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Old 09-08-2014, 05:52 PM   #1
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Colonial Truck & Trailer Service

OH NO
a few days to go before we leave for rally and the tire went flat in the drive way!

I went on line looking for a tire repair shop and found Colonial Truck & Trailer Service at 1574 Penniman Road in Williamsburg Virginia 23185 advertising 23/7 day service and they are Good Sam ,

They are at the 199 exit off 64 (look for the signs for the Water Park in Williamsburg) at the light instead of going into the water park on the right turn left and the road takes you along side a motel and under the highway. At the first stop sign turn right at the sign and go about a mile and it is on the left, you can not see Colonial Truck & Trailer from Penniman you have to go down a dirt and semi paved road that has a nursery on the left side and a lot full of semi's but the garage has 5 mobile units and 10 bays.

We paid $85 to have the tires checked over; the mechanic said the road dirt had caused the air to leak out and to make sure to check the stems after a long trip. we did a 1000 miles last month to PA Maryland and West Virginia apparently the stems heat up and get loose and you have to tighten them, who knew; we are new RVer's

They list a host of RV services and we will probably use them again

Colonial Truck & Trailer Service
574 Penniman Road
Williamsburg VA 23185
757 258-0232
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Glad it was nothing major. Look forward to meeting you next week. Safe travels.
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OH NO
a few days to go before we leave for rally and the tire went flat in the drive way!

I went on line looking for a tire repair shop and found Colonial Truck & Trailer Service at 1574 Penniman Road in Williamsburg Virginia 23185 advertising 23/7 day service and they are Good Sam ,

They are at the 199 exit off 64 (look for the signs for the Water Park in Williamsburg) at the light instead of going into the water park on the right turn left and the road takes you along side a motel and under the highway. At the first stop sign turn right at the sign and go about a mile and it is on the left, you can not see Colonial Truck & Trailer from Penniman you have to go down a dirt and semi paved road that has a nursery on the left side and a lot full of semi's but the garage has 5 mobile units and 10 bays.

We paid $85 to have the tires checked over; the mechanic said the road dirt had caused the air to leak out and to make sure to check the stems after a long trip. we did a 1000 miles last month to PA Maryland and West Virginia apparently the stems heat up and get loose and you have to tighten them, who knew; we are new RVer's

They list a host of RV services and we will probably use them again

Colonial Truck & Trailer Service
574 Penniman Road
Williamsburg VA 23185
757 258-0232
this morning Michael had to take the RV back and it took them over 3 hours and it is still leaking
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