What's the problem & on what rv? Do you need a body shop or rv dealer? Post your rv in the signature to help others help you.
Depending on what you need, your best bet at quality repairs will be you doing it in your driveway.
Danny & Linda
Sold our '13 Thor Redwood 36 FB
Currently RV & truckless
I agree with Travelin Texans, if you can fix it yourself and it won't affect the warranty, do it yourself. I use Pete's Road Service for all chassis and generator related service, upgrades and repairs. I use the dealer for coach maintenance to keep extended warranty in place but the dealer sucks. I am very happy with Pete's Road service. The link below will take you to thyier locations page.
I drive from Vegas to this shop when I need a problem fixed....I don;t know what they charge, had been under warranty, but I would pay. I hate to share because they are so busy...so if I broke down I wait longer...but an honest place. If you make an appointment and get there the night before they have a 50 amp hookup you can use, camp in their parking lot.. you need the 50 to 30 amp plug converter if on 30 amp.. place full of new broken Thors....and Thor will pay them directly if you bend an arm..ie, your dealer has no clue how to fix your problem.. Fontana, CA near San Bernadino..
Likewise, I've heard very positive reports about Always Ontime Auto and RV Repair in Sta. Clarita.
__________________ I'm wearing trifocals now but my hindsight is 20/20.
Bilsteins and Sumos front and rear...HUGE! FatMat and Hoodliner...HUGE!
Hellwig sway bars F&R, 235/85 Hankook ATM, alignment...HUGE!!!
Battery watering, 260watts Solar and BigFeets to make life easier.