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Old 12-09-2019, 12:24 PM   #1
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Recommended RV inspectors in Missouri?

Hi! I'm trying to find any recommendations for certified RV inspectors in Missouri. I would love recommendations based on personal experience, but at this point even just a list would be helpful.

The NRVIA locator has been down for some time, and I don't see any kind of locator for RVSA. I'm not very experienced, but I think those are the only certification bodies.



FYI, I did follow the instructions on the on the NRVIA website to email them. I've received one response and am awaiting details, but my family insists I get at least two quotes and/or personal recommendations. I almost feel bad posting this here when one person already responded to the internal NRVIA email, but I hope you can see why I'm posting. No disrespect is meant, and I'm still pursuing that contact as a possibility.
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Old 12-09-2019, 06:16 PM   #2
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I believe you would have a difficult time getting a seller to pay for an inspection. I had an RV inspected at camping world in Stratford, MO that I really wanted. But the seller did not pay for it so I did. It ended up that I did not buy it for various reasons so I was out the money. Having said that you might look around St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, Columbia, Or Jeff City. Good Luck!
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Old 12-10-2019, 02:36 PM   #3
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I believe you would have a difficult time getting a seller to pay for an inspection. I had an RV inspected at camping world in Stratford, MO that I really wanted. But the seller did not pay for it so I did. It ended up that I did not buy it for various reasons so I was out the money. Having said that you might look around St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, Columbia, Or Jeff City. Good Luck!

I don't think I mentioned wanting a seller to pay for it. Can you point out which part of my post made you think that, so I can correct it?

When you paid for an inspection in Stratford, who did you use? Were you satisfied? Feel free to PM me if you don't want to share that info publicly.
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I don't think I mentioned wanting a seller to pay for it. Can you point out which part of my post made you think that, so I can correct it?

When you paid for an inspection in Stratford, who did you use? Were you satisfied? Feel free to PM me if you don't want to share that info publicly.
Got the inspection done at Camping World in Stratford, MO around 7 years ago. No, you did not mention anything about the seller paying for it but I was out money in the past so I thought I would offer it up. Camping World is located about 10 miles east of Springfield. They use an inspection sheet and they focus mostly on the house part. It cost around $300 and the results prompted me to not buy the coach. You will need to take it to a place that deals with the chassis to get that part inspected. Fleet Pride can probably do that and they are located in Springfield area too.
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