I picked up my trailer Wednesday morning. The store is located a block off Rt. 33 on Main Street. There isn't much signage but the massive number of RVs visible on both sides of the road mark the spot.
Once you're up the driveway, the building appears.
Inside is a large waiting room with a sign listing all the folks taking delivery that day. It is behind Levi and me. (See the "Wright Ellis")
Your unit will be backed up to the building just to the left of the entrance. It is plugged in for the PDI. There were five trailers lined up Wed. morning.
This is the service manager, Scott, who did my PDI and walk through. That's my truck and trailer. Note the three others in the background waiting their turns.
Behind my trailer is the door to what can only be called a parts warehouse. There are two helpful women working in there to guide you to what you need. This is my buddy Mike buying a hat.
Here you see my truck waiting in front of my new trailer having its hitch installed.
All hooked up and ready to roll.
Now it's time to relax with an adult beverage.
First trip will be at Pocahontas SP near my home in Virginia so my wife, Penny, can get the trailer set up. We live in the city so we must store the trailer where ther's no water or electric. This week will be a shake-down cruise.
Don't hesitate to call Levi Oglesbee if you're thinking of saving a bundle on a new RV. These folks are a brick-and-mortar dealership with a business plan incorporating the internet and volume sales. They treat you like an individual and your time with them is not hurried.