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Hello everybody. i just bought an old motor home. Can anyone recommend a good, honest and fast RV repairer in Florida? Possibly in the Fort Myers area. Thanks !!!

Ivana.

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Good, Honest, Fast. Those 3 terms are not commonly used together with RV repair shops. While in Ft. Myers last winter I called around requesting work performed on our MH, a mobile RV repair business was the best I could find. Stix N Brix shops all had at least a 3 month lead time.

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It would help if we knew a little more of what you need. If the need is for service & repair of the chassis or drive train it would help a lot to know what chassis it has. If the issue is the RV parts then a mobile RV tech would likely save some time but if the issue is leaks or such then you need it in a shop. Here is a listing of possible RV repair services in Ft Meyers area.

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I just Google "Mobile RV repair near my location". Then, I look at the reviews.  Look for a number of reviews with a total of 4 to 5 stars.  Carefully read any negative reviews to see if they had a legitimate complaint.  The same goes for RV Repair shops.

Ken

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1 hour ago, TXiceman said:

I just Google "Mobile RV repair near my location". Then, I look at the reviews.  Look for a number of reviews with a total of 4 to 5 stars.  Carefully read any negative reviews to see if they had a legitimate complaint.  The same goes for RV Repair shops.

Ken

The same goes for campground reviews.  😉

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16 hours ago, TXiceman said:

 Carefully read any negative reviews to see if they had a legitimate complaint.  

Ken

I saw one campground with lots of 5-star reviews and near the top was one very negative one-star rating.  Their complaint was that they arrived a couple of hours past closing time for the office.  They claimed to have called and reported they would be arriving late.  The complaint was that there was no one available to guide them to their campsite.  All they had was a note on the office door with a map marking their route to the site.  No one answered the phone when they called, and they did not have an after-hours service number.

Seriously, these people needed to give up RVing and stick to Ramada-Docking.

Ken

 

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