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Old 04-12-2011, 07:53 PM   #1
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RVIA technician shops

Hi,
Can sometime tell me how to find repair shops that employ certified RVIA techs? Do some shops employ only RVIA certified techs like auto repair shops do with SAE certified auto techs? Or, do some shops only have a few "lead" techs who are certified?
My experience with RV repair facilities has been mixed and I'd like to use shops with certified techs if possible to have(hopefull) at least some assurance of getting quality work. The RVIA website is of no help.
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I doubt you will ever find a repair facility that 100% of the shop workers are certified technicians. They do not usually use an RVIA certified technician to change oil, tires or pump LP gas.
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