On Tuesday, October 21, we (me, my wife and 2 dogs) were traveling through Columbia on our way from a campground near Montgomery City, MO to our home in Hillsboro. On the way, I had a short business meeting in Columbia at TimeLine Recruiting at 2103 Burlington. I was pulling my 32.5 UKTG HitchHiker II so I parked across the street in a large, empty parking lot. And, since I have had the experience of running my truck battery down while my RV was plugged into it, I unplugged and hung the cord over the side of my truck where I could see it when I left. When I returned from my meeting and prepared to leave, you guessed it. I backed over my cord and tore it out of its connections in my fifth wheel. I had visions of being stranded for hours. I have AAA RV coverage so I called them, but they were of no help whatsoever. Fortunately I had seen the Loveall RV location just off of I-70 a few miles east of Columbia. I called them and Andrew answered the phone. At first it appeared that all of the service personnel were busy, but he put me on hold and said he would see what he could do. Shortly after that, Mike Beasley got on the phone and said he would be right out. He thought it sounded like something he could fix right there. Mike arrived quickly and had my rig completely repaired in about 30 minutes. What could have been a disaster was easily resolved by a competent RV technician. Thank you to Mike and to Loveall RV for coming to our rescue. They definitely went above and beyond. Mike's work was done quickly, economically and competently. Very satisfied with work he did.