My wife and I decided it was time for an upgrade, So we went looking for a reasonably priced, clean fifth wheel. we ended up at Wilkins found a reasonable priced Jayco that we fell in love with,.Upon sealing the deal there were a couple small issues that needed attention, About 1 hour worth of work and was told by Shane and Dave both they would make sure the repairs were taken care of. After calling Shane about picking the camper up I was told all they are required to do on the camper is an lp test and ny state inspection . After reminding him a couple times that he assured me this would be taken care of he finally said he would make sure it was done by Saturday so I could pick it up. Saturday came, I went to pick it up, upon arrival I was not very happy to see that in fact the repairs were not made and it sat in the parking lot with a flat tire. After 3 hours they managed to repair the valve stem and the refrigerator door handle. When we hooked up to our truck we realized the tail light on one side, And turn signal light didn't work on the other side as well as spare tire was on the bracket finger tight with one nut and no trailer brakes. After another round of B.S. they finally gave us some bulbs and my friend and I were able to get the lights working. Being a New York state inspector for 20 years my self I cant believe that they would take the chance of "slapping a sticker" on a 12,000 pound trailer and letting a "valued customer" take off on a 2 hour journey .It is my sincere hope that this is not common practice for this dealership because someone will get hurt. In closing do yourself a favor and shop for a camper elsewhere. New York state should be looking into this.