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RE: Diminshed Value Claims

Did you turn it into your own insurance company? Good point! Florida is a no-fault state. In Florida, turn it into your own insurance company and let them fight the other guy. I'm not sure what state you live in though. Start with your own insurance company though. Hopefully you have comprehensive coverage.
mc.cc 09/25/19 03:51am Class A Motorhomes
Williamsburg/Langley

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mc.cc 05/07/19 05:03am Class A Motorhomes
Williamsburg/Langley

I have a nephew stationed at Langley in Virginia. Planning a summer trip to see him, but would love ideas of places to stay and things to do around the area. Am interested in a resort style/destination campground if there is one. We have never been to colonial Williamsburg. Thanks
mc.cc 05/07/19 05:03am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Attention to detail is the exception and not the rule!

You need to provide more details. 1. What were the 2 items that were installed? 2. Did the work involve your TV or any area close to your TV? 3. When did you find the TV damage. At pick up or days/weeks after? Did they not offer to compensate you at all especially the screen door latch? The screen door latch probably just broke. That is a small cost item that any Service center would fix for free regardless of who broke it. Doug PS, it is NOT the norm. That is a dumb statement. There are hundreds of thousands of RV's worked on every month in the USA and very few sustain damage. Just because it happened to you does not make it the norm. Well, considering that this same dealership broke my driver seat with the slide at a previous visit, and at another time, smeared sealant on the side of my rig, I would consider this the norm. No, none of the work involved these two items. I’m not going to mention all of the problems with Camping World which included filing an insurance claim for their damage. YES, this is the norm and not the exception.
mc.cc 02/16/19 12:16pm Class A Motorhomes
Attention to detail is the exception and not the rule!

Are there any RV service shops that provide just a little bit of attention to detail? I took it in for two optional/ add on things. I went to pick it up and discovered that the service technicians broke the screen door latch and permanently scratched the LED screen on my large TV. Believe it or not, this was not Camping World, but it was a large RV dealership that pride themselves in a “warranty forever” program. Unfortunately for me, I’ve just learned that this is the norm with RV service work and not the exception.
mc.cc 02/16/19 11:18am Class A Motorhomes
Best place to stay near Mount Rushmore

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mc.cc 02/07/19 07:38am Class A Motorhomes
Best place to stay near Mount Rushmore

Planning a trip after the 4th of July to Mount Rushmore. What is your favorite place to stay, and what should we do in and around the Mount Rushmore area?
mc.cc 02/07/19 07:38am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Changing heat pump to heat strip

I appreciate everyone's input. I use my coach year round and like to do winter camping. This is a 2016 MH with Coleman units on top. One has a heat pump function. This other is a standard AC unit. Many nights it drops below that 40 degree threshold. I hate using space heaters and propane. My Coleman units have an optional heat strip add-on which I am having added as we speak. Fortunately, I am not having to give up the heat pump function on my one unit as I originally thought, and as one poster mentioned, it gives me both options. I personally like the noise of the roof air units to sleep by, so it fulfills the heating issue and the "white noise" matter for sleeping. I may come back at some point and update everyone on whether it was money well spent.
mc.cc 02/03/19 07:50pm Class A Motorhomes
Changing heat pump to heat strip

Has anyone changed a roof air heat pump to a heat strip?
mc.cc 01/31/19 07:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Safety concerns and crash data for Class A's?

When compared to a motorcycle, I would much rather be in a class A. :)
mc.cc 01/31/19 07:21pm Class A Motorhomes
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