Camper fell apart - what's reasonable from the manufacturer? in General RV Information Posted August 29 · Report reply 8 hours ago, rtate said: I was just struck that both you and 2gypsies implied that it could be expected that, in general, a manufacturer wouldn't respond to a structural failure in a 2 year old rig. I was surprised by that. I suspect that there are many manufacturers who would not go to that extent, especially for the lower priced models. I suspect that most would give you a chance to get the RV to them for a look, but only the better companies would send someone to you, in my opinion. I know someone who owned a Winnebago motorhome that was 2 years out of warranty when they had a major structural problem which the factory repaired at no cost to the owner, but in this case they were able to take the motorhome to the factory. Yours is the first case that I have known of where the RV could not be moved. Said Winnebago was taken to the factory on a truck at the owner's expense, but the factory repaired it and reimbursed them the cost of shipping, although the owners did travel to the factory to pick it up.