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Old 01-13-2012, 03:44 AM   #1
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RV driving schools that supply the RV

* I'm looking to take a course in how to drive a class A RV but I don't own an RV yet. I am located in New Jersey and will be spending the month of February in Florida. Does anyone know of any schools in either state that supply the RV.



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Old 01-13-2012, 04:36 AM   #2
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Call Lazy Days in Tampa Florida. If anyone has a coach for you to use they would.

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Wife and I took their class last fall. They supplied the coach (40' diesel pusher) from their inventory. The instructor, Barney, does an excellent job. Wife had never driven one prior and I had limited experience. Well worth your time. Be sure to book early as their dates fill up quickly and sales department has first rights to dates. Even though we did not buy our RV from them, the class was complementary.
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The reason most would rather you use your own RV is part of the first day of class involves going over your rig with you to show you different things and to make sure you know how things work on it. They answer any other questoins you have about your rig.
Correct me if I am wrong, but the class at Lazy Days is not one on one, with others, free and one day. The RV school is one on one, 2 days, just you (or you and your partner), and costs about $450.

The previous owners on ours probably would have benefited from the class since one of the things they took the coach into a mechanic for was to find out where the switch was to turn the bathroom fan on at.
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Thanks everyone for the great advice, I checked their website and they have the January class dates posted, I'll give them a call as February gets closer, that's when I'm going to be in Florida, and head over for a class.



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