We went to Dave Arbogast to look at a 2014 Pleasure Way Pursuit. The salesman could not find the Pursuit on the computer inventory until we showed him how he had to search for it. After he figured out that we were not interested in what he called his interview - asking questions about what we wanted in an RV (we were only there to see the Pursuit) - he took us to see the motorhome and the entire walk he was telling us about other non-Pleasure Way RVs. We really liked the interior of the Pursuit and wanted to test drive it. This entailed going back into the showroom so that the salesman could enter our personal information into the computer and print a personalized Test Drive Agreement. After about five minutes, the salesman returned with the Agreement which had a lot of missing information (blank spaces) and wanted us to sign it. One of the terms which we would be agreeing to was that we had "in effect full coverage collision and liability insurance which would apply to the vehicle identified below" - the Pursuit. As we felt uncomfortable signing a form with missing information and unsure of whether our insurance would cover test driving a motorhome, we asked to speak to a manager. The manager assured us that our insurance would cover us as "insurance follows the driver". Luckily, we left without test driving the vehicle - I spoke to our insurance agent today and, SURPRISE!, our insurance does not cover test driving a motor home - it only covers test driving a car. After our visit we felt 1) that the dealership did not want to sell us the Pleasure Way Pursuit and 2) the dealership lacks adequate knowledge of computer use, salesmanship, and insurance coverages.
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