Why does it take forever to get an RV repaired?

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When something like the A/C breaks in your home, you don’t take it to someone to get it fixed. You call someone qualified to come out and repair it for you, and they do it immediately. Why can’t it be this way with your RV? When something on a RV breaks, the first thought is to take it to the local RV dealership to get it repaired. Once you get to the RV dealership you get hit with the worst news possible. Your vacation is next week, but the RV dealership’s next open appointment is in 3 weeks. Then it will take them 2 or 3 weeks to repair your RV. Why does it take forever to get your RV repaired?

The RV industry has grown so fast that there are not enough technicians at RV dealerships to keep up with the demand. Having a Qualified Mobile RV Technician come out and repair your RV is the quickest and easiest way to get your RV repaired. Generally if your RV needs a new part the Qualified Mobile RV Technician knows what information is needed to get the correct part, and can have that part delivered and installed in just a couple days. The cost of that repair is most likely less expensive than taking it to the dealer also. Mobile RV technicians with relatively low overhead can save you time and money. So why would you wait forever to get your RV repaired?

Another thing that’s happening the RV industry is the way brand new RV’s are leaving the factory. Most dealership don’t have time to do a thorough inspection on a new unit delivered from the manufacturer. Unfortunately, sometimes after (and even worse–during) the maiden voyage, the RV ends up back in the repair shop because something was amiss when it left the dealership. Lots of times the problems are covered under warranty. However you’ve still lost valuable time that could’ve been spent enjoying your new lifestyle. And now it seems like forever until you can be out on the open road again!

Jason
Author: Jason

Jason Is An NRVIA Master Certified RV Inspector. He has won the NRVIA Service Excellence Award and was named NRVIA member of the month in March of 2018.

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