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Old 08-29-2012, 06:54 AM   #15
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Thank you to everyone that responded It looks like we will be camping out for a couple of days in our dealers service area! The consensus was very clear about the importance of doing this, so I am now more than happy to stay for a couple of days. Thanks! It's a 2013 Entegra Anthem 43rbq.

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Old 08-29-2012, 07:15 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Tamatha View Post
My husband and I expect to take deliver of our new motorhome at the end of next week. We are moving from a 2008 34' 5th wheel into a 2013 43' motorhome and the dealer is encouraging us to stay at their place for a couple of days. We're talking about a parking lot in the middle of an industrial park! One of our favorite campground is approximatley 45 minutes away. I expect there to be many differences between a 5th wheel and a motohome. Both my husband and I have been doing research on various motorhomes and systems for several months now, in addition to reading through thousands of posts on this website, we have watched a whole series of "how to" videos and have several friends who own motorhomes even got one of them to go look at a used motorhome with us. I've printed out a PDI sheet and some other valuable lists form this website. I'm more than happy to spend most of the day there, just not sure it's necessary to camp there for a couple of days? Is anyone willing to share their delivery story? Did you stay at the dealer for a few nights? Did you head out to your favorite camping spot? Did you take it home and hang out? Thoughts and opinions on this would be greatly appreciated
Stay at the dealership unless you are afraid of the area. Look it over with a fine toothed comb, write it all down, operate everything over and over. Staying there and getting it all fixed before you leave will pay you back in spades. Stay at the dealership !!

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