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Paul is right on Walmart... also, many RV parks have a 'directory' of service technicians that will come on site to change oil. Larger parks may have a facility on site for minor services such as oil changes. And there are always RV Stores such as Camping World that will change oil as well as other services.

 

Good Luck.

Jim

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We use Valvoline oil and found that many of their shops will do it on a MH. Ours was a class A which is even bigger than your class C and we had ours done at the Valvoline Oil change center in Yuma, Az. We used to change the oil at 2-3 thousand mi. but found that you could go as much as 4-5 thousand with the newer oils. So now I do it before a trip and then when we get back to our home. It works well for us.

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