How do I go about finding a technician to come to our location to address repairs? The closest dealership is 2 hours away, it's season in the northeast, so getting an appointment is nearly impossible.
I drove to Camping World in NH --- bad customer service and can't imagine what it would be like to have service done there. I have seen that Cold Springs RV has good reviews, will try them on Tuesday. But still hoping that I would be able to get someone out to the site.
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Some dealers also offer onsite service. Make a few calls to local dealers.
Vince and Susan
2011 Tiffin Phaeton 40QTH (Cummins ISC/Freightliner)
Flat towing a modified 2005 Jeep (Rubicon Wrangler)
Previously a 2002 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 37A and a 1995 Safari Trek 2830.
If you're in a campground the best choice is to talk to the office and many times the service folks will put up a business card on the bulletin board or give to the office. If that fails, find someone in the campground that seems to stay at least a month or so or a long-termer. He might know of someone. Another possibility is to stop at any vehicle service place near you and ask if they know of anyone doing RV service. Usually, they're pretty available. Good luck!
Full-timed for 16 Years . . .
Traveled 8 yr in a 2004 Newmar Dutch Star 40' Diesel
& 8 yr in a 33' Travel Supreme 5th wheel