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RE: RV Manufacture warranty

Once again, thanks to all who have responded. I appreciate all input.
JDsdogs 02/18/21 12:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV Manufacture warranty

Hey All, thanks for the input. It certainly provided food for thought. I have done all the repairs on our 2000 Motor Home, with the exception the loss of a wheel bearing in Louisville KY. A mobile service took care of us and at a fair price. I could have done that too, except I did not carry the necessary tools to complete the repair. I'm not getting any younger and probably should no longer be doing the heavy stuff anyway. Leaning hard toward a used unit now. Has anyone compiled a directory of mobil RV repair services available across the nation? Does Good Sam have a list of providers that they recommend if you break down? Yeah, I know. I have more questions than a 4 yr old on a sugar high. :-D
JDsdogs 02/18/21 12:02pm General RVing Issues
RV Manufacture warranty

My wife and I are looking at going from a Class A motor home to a travel trailer. It's been a while since we purchased an RV. I was reading Forest Rivers web sight and was concerned with their warranty/service statement. Under the dealer finder, they said it best to purchase from a local dealer as the dealers are not franchised, therefore dealers, other than the one you purchased the RV from, were under no obligation to service your RV. What I got from that was that, If you didn't buy from us (specific dealer), you can go fly a kite. WOW, really? We take to heart the term "Travel Trailer". When we travel, we are most often out of our home state. Nowhere near our home area. What happens is we break down several states away from home? A dealer can just tell us that they might deal with our problem when/if they get the time? Or am I totally misinterpreting the statement? If this is the case, buying new RV would have little value for us. If I'm going to have to take care of issues on my own, I may as well buy used and save some $$.
JDsdogs 02/18/21 08:21am General RVing Issues
Meds on the road.

When traveling for more than a short period of time, how do you handle prescription medications? My wife and I would like to do more long term traveling. We rarely stay in one place for more than a few days. However, both of us require medication for our conditions. We are wondering how other experienced travelers handle prescription medication issues the road. One of our issues involves a med that is delivered to our home refrigerated by Fedex. The other of meds that need to be refilled on the road as well.
JDsdogs 12/29/20 10:21am RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
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