In 2016, I was involved in an RV accident that changed my life.
Both my truck and travel trailer were totaled at one time. It took almost a year for me to recover. I went to the doctor three times a week and got 12 shots in my back. I'm so thankful to be alive.
Fast forward to 2017
I had the urge to start looking at New RVs. I wanted something safer since my travel trailer had split open on this side of road.
I found the perfect unit. I bought a 2016 Winnebago ERA 170C with a full aluminum shell of protection. It was cheaper on fuel. I could go anywhere.
Drove over a thousand miles to pick it up in Arkansas.
When I got to Camping World, the unit wasn't even ready. This is how they let you pick it up. It said, check washer fluid level, drive and get reserve fuel. Plus, there was no water pressure and my shower handle was missing.
One month after purchase, my RV went in for service.
I had so many wiring issues, my dashboard lit up like a Christmas tree. To top it off, after dropping my RV for service at Camping World, the service advisor working on my RV ended up quitting that day.
I bought a Lemon!
One day, I made a post on social media directed at Camping World. Then, they blocked me on social media a few minutes later.
I guess they got the message...
This is Episode #2 of #MyRvStory.
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