Due to the economy (the country's and mine) we haven't used the coach in a year. Now that we are planning to go away for a while, and I constantly read horror stories about problems occurring, I decided to have the fluids
changed/checked, and have an inspection for the upcoming journey.
Since I have had success with La Mesa (Tucson) in the past, and the list of those who I would not let touch my coach has grown since moving to AZ, I called Stephanie and she schedule a visit for me with Joseph (Adviser) and Scott (Tech). Now, I know this is a busy place, and they have a lot of customers, but when I walk in and am greeted like a long-lost friend, asked about my wife (by name), asked about our pets, and the list goes on, I know these guys care!
When I returned I was told what I thought; that is, the coach is in great shape, and only needed new windshield wipers, battery cleaning, and A/C filter replacement (plus a good washing). Of course the 36 quarts of oil, filter, etc. and the 41 point inspection. So, at the cashier's window (when I was paying) when Joseph wanted to go
over the bill with me, I stopped him and told him if I didn't trust him I wouldn't have left the coach. But, later, on the drive home, when my wife was looking at the bill she asked what the $375 credit was for. I almost drove off the road. The credit they gave me was close to what I had just paid.
Not only did it take me 18 months to find this place (I live 90 miles North but happened to be in Tucson and took the coach there out of desperation a couple of years ago), and they do great work, and now I come to find out they give me a HUGE discount. Did I die and go to RV heaven?
Could not have been better. The coach runs better
than new, when it was new we had issues.