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They are courteous, accurate estimates, very fast repairs. - skysoldierjim
The service Department is just outstanding! They put a 2nd AC in my class C, found recalls and set a date for the repair. Brandon found the recall and set a date for the repairs to be done. He conducted a very thorough inspection of my roof and indicated some areas I needed to add caulk, I rate them way above the other Service center near Fort Bragg, if you are looking for great craftsmen and excellent service, then there is no other place to go for any of your RV needs. Sincerely, Jim Roberts
US Army Vietnam/GulfWar Vet. Airborne!
We had several questions and Tonya was very patient with... - Beth
We had several questions and Tonya was very patient with us. We are planning to make a purchase in the near future and will definitely go with Tonya!
Bad customer service - Friendly campers
We purchased a Thor Motor coach, to be pacific, 2018 Ace 29.3 that had a warranty issue with water leak inside coach, was told to bring it in and they, CW, would see what was going on, this was in December of 2018, waited 3 weeks, had to call to see if we were going to get it back in time for use in 2019. We live in Hickory and had to return two more trips because it wasn’t fixed, racked up miles and wasted over$ 200 in gas just to be told it was fixed, then had the nerve to try and charge us for a diagnostic fee because of another item that was not working according to the warranty specifications, then were told to step away from Service Desk because of the dispute by
Mehu Mopat, We never got our coach fixed and no one has bother to check to see if it was fixed. Buyer beware they are lacking in creditable when it comes to service and sales, won’t be buying anymore RV s from Camping World of Statesville.
Over three months since purchasing RV, no title. - Brooksenbrose
On May 2, 2019 We purchased a used RV that Garner, NC Camping World had on consignment. When we advised Garner World the temporary tags had expired and DMV had no record of activity on the title (possible processing limitations) Camping World said it was a VIN # issue. DMV got the numbers and said the RV was titled in NC as a 2008 and Camping World was trying to title it as a 2010. No word from Camping World. On July 26, 2019 DMV Inspector went by Camping World and said there were two ways to get the RV titled. No word from Camping World. Called Camping World the following week and was told the Inspector didn't know what be was talking about, they were going to call their lawyer. A week later, No word from Camping World. After a week we told the Garner Camping World manager, Joseph Hoey, we wanted our money back. He said he was going to sue the Inspector. It's August 9, 2019, a week later and still no word from Camping World of Garner.