Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
Is there any reason why you can not have an independent inspection of the vehicle please?
The manufacturers(Bailey) are insisting that the inspection of the vehicle be carried out at their premises and are not willing to give a timescale. If I had an independent assessment I suggest that the manufacturers would "Wriggle" and suggest that the question of my rejecting the vehicle may need to go to court . At the present time I am "Friendly" with both the dealer and the manufacturer of the vehicle .I am desperately trying to get this matter settled without a lengthy "Battle" as I feel that the manufacturers have "cocked up " on the first 40 "new " vehicles of this model. I have rejected the vehicle and want my original vehicle back or a credit which allows me to select a vehicle from a different supplier. Any advise on rejecting a vehicle as being unfit for use would be welcomed.
Is there any reason why you can not have the vehicle inspected at their premises but also have someone else independent to have a second opinion?
The manufacturers premises are 100 miles away -the dealers premises are 2 miles away the dealer would prefer to be present at the inspection so for logistics ...........
Any information you can give me relating to rejecting a vehicle on the grounds that it is not fit for use
would be very welcome
The vehicle drives ok - it is a campervan (motorhome) and this whole problem centres around the operation /Reliability of the bed mechanism
I feel that a campervan with no working electric bed mechanism means that it is unfit for use as a camper van
Sorry.. I feel that this conversation is going nowhere...My question was can you give me any info on rejecting a vehicle.