Need help with a lemon I bought a year ago. I will try and keep this brief but it has been anything but that. Bought a new 16 x7 enclosed Interstate trailer April 2009, dual axle with brakes. About July noticed that the right rear tire was wearing real fast. After a few delays with the dealer got them to look at it in August. At this point the left was wearing now. Because of incompetence of dealer, it took until January when they decided it was an axle issue and had the rear axle replaced. The tires were all rotated through including the spare and they were all worn bald. So axle and 5 tires were replaced. The tires were from the outside in. The trailer itself carries about 1200 lbs of equipment. No debris. Never been close to overloaded. The trailer brake has not been hooked up. The trailer is level and the load in is centered over the axles. Only affecting the rear axle. The rims were replaced with the tires. Also have towed this on 1 truck for the first 6 months and then a different truck for last 6. It is towed on a daily basis anywhere from 30-50 miles on average. After the axles were replaced and the trailer was back in service it took 2 months to see that the tires were wearing again. Trailer went to a different repair place instead of the dealer. Dealer still is paying. The tires were aligned with a laser. Toe, camber the whole thing. Been a month and the new tires that were replaced in January are near bald. Alignment did not help. So 2 questions. Any thoughts on what is really wrong? The problem has existed since purchase. It takes about 3 months to go through a set of tires. That is when the problem was first noticed. Second question is does anyone know if the lemon laws for autos cover non-motorized vehicles in Arizona? I have called 2 lawyers and they just say they won't take the case and don't give me a reason. And in case you are wondering the dealer is http://www.trailersplus.com/Default.aspx?StoreID=TRPL23 Thanks in advance and please send tires.