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2021-09-30 2022 Travel Lite RV Rove Lite 14BH View Listings

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We purchased our Rove Lite 14BH by TLRV back in July with the intention of traveling across Canada during COVID. We had family matters to deal with on the East Coast and wanted to be as self contained as possible to travel across with our Toyota Tacoma. Having a camper trailer has always been something we wanted so now was the time. We had an extraordinarily bad experience with our dealer on Vancouver Island. We did not do a good job on our research and we over paid. Then they refused to help with the issues we were having with the trailer. Simply put, I would never buy another product from them. - the AC did not work when we got the trailer home. The dealership refused to look at it when it started working on its own. - the door latch is faulty so that the door is extremely difficult to close. The dealership said it was supposed to be that way. After hours of adjusting, my wife and 12yr old can close the door. When you stand back and look at the door, it doesn't actually fit the doorway in the wall. - the table does not fit between the seats to fold down into a bed. If one person pushes down on the table while another person pulls the seats apart it will go into place, but not without extreme effort. - the grey water outlet and the black water outlet are mis-labeled. - the grey water tank has no much plastic debris from installation in it that it takes a half hour to drain. - lots of little fit and finish issues - missing trim, missing valance, dent in fridge door, as examples. Very poorly finished product. Having said all of that, we did live in it for thirty days as we drove from British Columbia to Nova Scotia, then to PEI and back to Nova Scotia. We encountered rain, drought, very hot temperatures and very cold temperatures and had no issues other than what was listed above. It is light enough that the Tacoma could pull it through the Rockies and Coastal mountains at the speed limit plus a little.
- Pete Batt, British Columbia

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