Yes, every time you pull your RV out for a trip you are essentially, driving your house through a hurricane and an earthquake, all at once.
It’s little wonder that all motorcoaches & RVs have issues with leaks, cracking seams, and wiring issues. I was just at a huge RV show in Tampa, Florida. From introductory price pop-ups to a few million dollar Newell (that you couldn’t even walk in without taking off your shoes, signing a liability certificate and having a factory escort) they ALL have or will develop issues. Here at RVRX, we offer complete RV system inspections.
Get A Low-Cost RV Inspection Before You Buy
A detailed RV inspection is beneficial for the seller so they can prove the motorhome / RV / camper is in good shape and worth the asking price. Whereas, inspections are practically essential for the buyer. Many prospective RV buyers are unaware of all of the systems and their correct operation. It is worth the relatively small expense for a detailed inspection when the motorcoach your considering will be a large investment and you don’t want to make a costly mistake. And, when it’s time for RV repairs, maintenance, upgrades, whatever you need, just give RVRX a call! I’m certified by RVSA (Recreational Vehicle Service Academy) as a motorcoach / RV repair technician and have been trained in the quick diagnosis of a vast array of electrical, LP gas, plumbing, and other problems. And, with the mobile RV repair service, you don’t have to leave your campground or find time in a busy schedule to hitch it up and haul it away so it can sit there awaiting service. Often times, after a short conversation, I will generally know what to bring and can get it fixed in one trip. So, the next time an earthquake and a hurricane has given your RV a problem, just call RVRX 🙂