RV dealership must pay fine after state attorney general investigation

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A local RV dealership will have to pay a fine for not providing customers with timely repairs.

New York Attorney General Letitia James announced agreements Thursday with former and current owners of RV One Superstores, Inc. The company owns Albany RV.

It comes after an investigation that found the company engaged in "deceptive practices" and failed to make timely repairs on customers’ vehicles.

Since 2015, the attorney general got 70 complaints against Albany RV.