I purchased my 5th wheel 10/31/19 with delivery not taking place until 11/15/19 because PDI kept getting pushed back. This being my first RV purchase there was a lot I didn’t know and very little I did. I was originally told that a PDI needed to be done by law and that I needed to be there. The day of the inspection I called to confirm when to be there and was told “you really don’t need to be here. Don’t waste the trip.” Fast forward to delivery day, the delivery guy basically dropped it off and that was it. It wasn’t incredibly hard to figure out the hookups, leveling etc. Things seemed fine at that time. Little did I know that less than a week later the first of many nightmares was about to start. Total sewer system backup, propane leaks, electrical issues, what I was originally told was just wallboard damage probably from things hitting the wall in the past was actually water damage from two leaking windows, mold in several walls that are now separating, a/c issues... it never ends. I started researching different forms of recourse because I knew 99.9% of these issues were things they absolutely should have found during the secretive inspection. One piece of information I needed for my research was the unit VIN. My partner told me where to find it but when I went to look I got yet another shock. In the spot where the information was supposed to be was a mostly blank area. The information sticker had been intentionally cut out. I can see the outside edge of the information. I went back through pictures I took of the trailer before I purchased it, I did happen to catch that area in a shot and at that time the information also was not there. So my question is, what are the laws regarding a dealership selling a unit without this information? How do I know the information they filed with the state was correct? Is there any recourse at this point or just another lesson learned? Any help is greatly appreciated.