We just got back last week from a 106 day trip up and down the Alaskan Highway.
9,904 miles, 45 driving days, so 46 times of breaking camp and setting up. Yes we had to move to a Dump station once.
We had virtually zero problems !
We had a basement door that kept coming open. So I finally tied it shut with some rope before it got damaged.
We had the rubber stopper on the front bathroom sliding door lock come off and it popped the little 1-1/2" sq trim board off (at the bottom) in the process.
I had 3-4 magnets come off the HVAC vents while changing filters.
With a trip like this I would say that is an extremely minor and short list!
Oh BTW, from what I've been able to inspect so far, we came away without any real exterior damage. A few light branch scratches that were driver induced in campgrounds. A little bit of tar that I still need to remove. AND of course a few thousand or more
Better than I would have ever expected. We were able to just drive and enjoy all the great scenery that Canada, and the US has to offer.
Love this coach, and loved it giving us a trouble free great trip.
Oh, anyone thinking about this trip, DO IT!
Don't worry about the coach, don't worry about the so called windshield eating Alaskan Highway. It is a pretty easy drive. Yes you will have to slow down in construction areas. Yes the last 150 miles in Canada is rough.
You will see so many great things. Meet so many great people. Both driving and living along side this great route. That the time spent is well worth it!
BTW, we did this on our own with no reservations. Though a few times we did called a CG a few days ahead.
Needless to say we have enough stories to fill many a conversation.