As a follow-up (part 2) to Honey, shouldn’t we get those toad brakes installed? I wanted to let you know that all is well.
The folks at Little Dealer Little Prices in Prescott Valley, AZ did a great job. We had stopped in a month or so ago and talked with one of their technicians (Lance) and he told us it would probably take 4-6 hours to get the system installed in the coach and the car (toad).
I called the service desk last Friday, talked with Colt Sullivan at the counter and we made the appointment for today (the next Tuesday). We got there about 9:30 and Lance was ready and got right on it. He finished up about 4:00 p.m., we hooked up the car to the tow bar and Kathy and I took a spin or two around the lot and all worked beautifully – just as Roadmaster had promised.
I have to say it was a real pleasure working with the folks at Little Dealer Little Prices. They actually did what they said they were going to do, they did it on time, they didn’t charge me more for things they “found” and we were treated by any of the staff we encountered with courtesy and respect. They have a comfortable and clean customer lounge (the old western schoolhouse) and their WiFi is open and works great.
I shot the video of their showroom and placed it in part 1 of this post, but since then I shot a few of the hallway and offices, wanted to share these with you. The slide show is below. If you’re viewing this post from an email sent to you, you MAY not see the slide show. Just click on the post title up at the top of this email (by my head shot) and you’ll be taken directly to the blog where you will be able to see the slide show.
So we’re back home for a few more days until we head out to Quartzsite. I’ll write more about that as we head that way and once we’re there in the desert.