NO not a vent for my Georgetown, but a vent to clear my mind about lack of service at my dealer. When we did the PDI on our 2010 Georgetown 330TS we found a list of things that needed to be fixed. No problem says the salesman. So we let them have 2 weeks to correct the items we found because it was March and still cold here in Arkansas and we did not have any trips planned because I am still working until September. They call and to say its ready, bring all your money and lets make a deal. Guess what? You guessed it, not ready. Oh well still end of March and no trips until 10 April so we are still ok. Picked up the RV 7 April to use on our first trip. You guessed it, some of the things that were supposed to fixed was not. Still, we had a good trip and when we returned I called to let them know that we still had some items that needed attention. No problem, bring it on down next week, cause we are booked for this week and we will get you fixed up. Took it back to the dealer, oh by the way did I mention its 75 miles one way? Thats $50 worth of fuel at 8 miles a gallon for a round trip. Anyway, I called last Friday to besure it was ready as promised be fore making the trip. Guess what? Not ready. Still not a big deal, got 1 more week before long week-end holiday. Service guy promised he would start on it Monday morning first thing. Called Wednesday and guess what? Not ready. The reason this time is I was not put on the "Board" and that others were ahead of me. I did not check in with the right person when I took the RV down the last time so to bad so sad. So I went and picked up the RV and let my salesman know that I was NOT a happy camper and after waiting for 30 minutes to get my RV, I was really not a happy camper.
Got the RV home and started getting it ready for this week-end and will make the best of it. Guess what? I will take it back again cause I just want it fixed before the warranty is up.
Thanks for letting me vent. I think I may feel better. I know I will feel better after I get set up at the lake with a little Jimmy Buffett and a rum & coke. Happy Memorial Day, and please don't forget our troops.