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To Inspect or Not.

When customers purchase a brand-new RV, no matter what size, they feel everything will be in good working order, as it should be. However, that is not always the case. Most dealers rely on the working condition of the unit as it comes from the factory. That is not always a good idea, because with the exploding RV sales, units are pushed through the assembly line and not all issues are identified and corrected. Getting an inspection from a certified inspector will help eliminate unseen deficiencies and can be corrected before leaving the dealership. It will take weeks to get your unit back if you have to take it back for warranty work. So, a pre-inspection can save you dollars and headaches.

 I am also in the final planning stages to include Living Quarter Horse trailers.


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