I don't go to a dealer for my MH, instead I found a RV service center. They will do warranty work. I still have to take the MH in for them to look at it so they can order the parts, but I make a appointment for that and usually drive it back home after around 30 minutes. Then when the parts come in I make another appointment and wait there as they do the work, then drive it back home the same day. The longest I have had to wait was around 3 hours for a rear track bar to be installed (the labor charge was for 1 hour of work). I tried to do it this way at CW, but they told me that even though I would have a appointment for a small job, that even if I get there right as they open, the MH might not be ready until 5 pm, but I can wait there if I wanted
. There is no reason for you to have to keep your MH there the whole time.