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Old 01-16-2005, 02:18 PM   #1
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I recently had the misfortune of having my motorhome breakdown while out on a little three day getaway. A tow was required to get the vehicle to a repair facility.
After 45 days and a miriad of parts being replaced, I finally got my motorhome back. The only problem was that the repair facility had somehow disconnected my cruise control, brake lights and turn signals. I chose to take the vehicle to a place close to home for the second round of repairs much to the disliking of the original repair facility.

So, if you ever need an RV repaired while in the Scotts Valley, California area, "DO NOT" go to RV's of Merritt. You will most definately be sorry.

Happy Travels to all.
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I recently had the misfortune of having my motorhome breakdown while out on a little three day getaway. A tow was required to get the vehicle to a repair facility.
After 45 days and a miriad of parts being replaced, I finally got my motorhome back. The only problem was that the repair facility had somehow disconnected my cruise control, brake lights and turn signals. I chose to take the vehicle to a place close to home for the second round of repairs much to the disliking of the original repair facility.

So, if you ever need an RV repaired while in the Scotts Valley, California area, "DO NOT" go to RV's of Merritt. You will most definately be sorry.

Happy Travels to all.
Scott
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