Russel's RV and Auto Service
4065 North Bank Street
Kingman, AZ 86401
This is a company that knows the value of customer service!
I found Russel's through a local newspaper review of their services. Originally, I had taken my Ford Ranger in for basic maintenance, after purchasing it. I was impressed with their ethics and customer service, then. That hasn't changed.
I, totally, admit to being somewhat anal and high maintenance when it comes to my vehicles' care. You know the type: completely lacking in knowledge, lots of questions and too many opinions. The staff at Russel's were patient and smiled throughout all our dealings, both on the phone and in person.
Because this was a used purchase the techs/mechanics went over everything.
Complete post purchase inspection (chassis and coach, inside and out)
tire repair and extended valve installation
As a woman, I am very aware of the possibility that I could be an easy target. The service adviser, John, listened to what I had to say. If he had a question he called to make sure I was on board with his ideas and estimate. He let me know if something needed to be taken care of right away, or if it could wait and gave me estimates for future modifications.
The whole experience was pleasant and stress-free. Everyone, from Sue in the office, to the mechanics and techs were friendly, personable and professional. It was easy to see they were grateful that I chose to support their business
As a side note, they have a comfortable and clean waiting area with snacks and coffee!
John called the following week to make sure I was happy with their service and all systems were go!
Thanks to everyone at Russel's, for the great service they provide.
I hope those of you using RV service repairs will take the time to offer a review of services at RV Service Reviews. Just this morning, I logged on to a forum and someone was looking for a service provider in a very rural area. i was able to provide her with a contact in the area who had recieved excellent reviews.
Blogger issues reared it's ugly head, again this week! Currently, blogger tells me I am not following anyone's blogs and there are no blogs in my google reader. That's on top of the fact that I can't post or comment on your blogs. I am reading along when I find a link to your blog via comments, etc. Watch for RVly Ever After moving to another blogging service in the near future!
Sunday, December 11, 2011
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Last year's Rubber Tramp Rendezvous was so much fun I can't wait to get back there, in January. There's lots to the gathering besides the fun, that was just the icing on the cake. I met so many awesome people that are living my dream; and more awesome people in the planning mode, like myself. These great people were all so willing to share their knowledge, wisdom and experience.
The area in which we camped, at the base of Dome Mountain, was beautiful
We were far from the maddening crowds, yet only minutes away from Quartzsite. The site had easy access to head west to Blythe and Parker, for shopping, if you didn't want to deal with the crowds in town.
were breathtaking, although my camera and skills don't do them justice.
There were activities to interest everyone
Aficionados of Single Malt Scotch attended an educational experience in which they were able to taste both expensive brand names First Malt Scotch and obscure brands enabling them to compare and rate the bottles.
That particular event got funnier as the night got later
If you would like to participate in the 2nd Annual Single Malt Scotch Educational Experience you have a year to pick up either a really expensive or an obscure brand of Single Malt Scotch. Oh hell, just bring a bottle of scotch, next year. We're not that fussy!
The entertainment was non-stop
Thanks to Kaite and Alex we had several community meals that were beyond tasty! Everyone contributed something to help out.
This is the way to start off your day!
For more information with regard to events, seminars, what to bring and location visit click here. There is NOTHING provided. We strive to make this event as green as possible, whatever you bring in you must plan on hauling out.
Of course, none of this would be possible with Bob's two wonderful websites Cheap RV Living and Cheap Green RV Living
In case you missed the fun, here are a few places where you can read about it.
From my own blog, RVly Ever After, in chronological order:
The Best Laid Schemes
RTR2011: Here's What You've Missed So Far
Other bloggers who posted about the RTR, include:
HighTek Homeless, the awesome owners of Free Campsites.net
Blars, our very own Techno-Viking
Laura, who travels in the VW Bus of my dreams
Remy, NOLA's Lost Son, (Where are you?)
Suanne, traveling in a Prius and who's mad photograpy skillz are not to be missed
Bri, Many Wheels on the road to many places
If you love dogs, like I love dogs, Stumpy shared her RTR experience and introduces the dogs of the RTR on her blog.
Stumpy (right) and part of her posse (Rain on the left and Mia in the center) on their best behavior (for about 30 seconds)
Homer says, "Be here now!"