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Old 07-10-2015, 12:10 PM   #1
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2004 Lexington GTS 270 Body damage...

Hi folks I live up in the Toronto area in Ontario and while I had my vehicle in for an oil change, filter, air filter and Emissions test it was damaged about 2-3feet along the drivers side back corner and part of the panel on the same side but on the back.
The vehicle was parked roughly where I left it but closer to the back of a gas station bldg that uses the same parkinglot, driveway etc.
They had the motorhome about 5 hours and the owner was falling over himself being so nice shaking my hand and thanking me for my business etc (over the top but I didnt think anything of it at the time)
When my daughter dropped me off I could see most of the back of the vehicle and all of the passenger side and everything looked good. When I got my keys back I was accompanied by a young mechanic chatting to me as I walked out the shop towards the front of the MH and as I walked past the drivers door towards the back he asked me where I wanted the sticker, walking back I said where do you normally put them thinking it was for the Emissions test as I jad been there before for the same thing. He then stuck it on the windshield and now I see it was for the next oilchange and when he climbed out I got in thinking everything was ok and drove off. My wife was on her way to meet me and a short distance out of the shop she pulled in behind me and it was then she noticed the damage and signaled me to stop. Sheer horror... I drove straight back and this is where the games began. He denied damaging it, so insulted I would accuse him blah blah blah.
I cant believe I let there without checking and anyway he would deny liability with damage in the parkinglot.

So in the meantime I cant get anyone to give my insurance a quote for repair and any rv places do not do bodywork to motorhomes and the closest RV dealer, repair facility is about 2 hours away and I cant get in until late next week to see if they can fix it.

Does anyone know of a RV Bodyshop near me that is equipped to work on motorhomes?

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