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Old 08-04-2014, 07:19 PM   #15
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Thanks everybody for the replies. I had a local camping world inspect the rv in Florida. Everything checked out with the exception of it needing new tires. Does anybody know where i can hire a professional inspector in NY, right on the PA border?
I don't know an inspector, but check with a local RV service providider.

I wanted you to know that when you do have someone like Camping World (a certified RV service provider) do the inspection, they should also be able to provide your extended warranty provider with the paperwork to certify that everything was in working order before you put the extended warranty in place. Be sure that you tell them that this is your intent, which may even set the bar a little higher when they do the inspection. That makes any future claims go easier.


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Do not buy a unit with obvious water damage. Remember you can't buy junk cheap enough.

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The inspection is a must. I personally would not use CW as my choice. Try a long term mobile RV tech. Preferably, one that is RIVA certified. Absolutely NO to the water damage too many risk factors. Best of luck! BTW,


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