Why can't your Rv mechanic fix your Rv right the first time?

RVDR Special Report on the RV tech shortageWhy does it take so long to get a repair appointment for your rv? Why does it take so long to get it fixed once it’s in the shop? Why do you have to take your rv back more than once to get the same problem fixed?

Well, maybe the rv industry just ‘fessed up to the problem: there are not enough competent technicians out there to do all the work that needs to be done and also do it right the first time.

It turns out that there are more than 600 Rv's on the road per qualified Rv technician! And the truth only gets more sour from there, folks!

Because life is too short for a bad Rv

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