Country Club Auto 1 Gaylord Farm Rd, Wallingford, CT 06492
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RV Repair

RVs are a great way to experience the world, but not so much when they’re causing you repair problems.  This is particularly true if you’re trying to get away on vacation!

Finding a trusted local repair shop for your RV can be tricky.  Although you may travel a fair few miles in your home from home, you probably don’t want to go further than you have to find reliable repair.

Country Club Garage can handle all your RV repairs and servicing to give you the confidence to hit the road again.

We are conveniently located off Route 15, just outside of Wallingford and have large grounds to store campers and motor-homes of all sizes safely while we repair them.

RV Repair

Did you know? It’s expected that 3 out of 10 RVs need some major repairs by their second year and nearly every one by their 8th year.

What to expect from our RV repair?

You can expect an experienced, dedicated team who’ve been going for more than 40 years.  Our mechanics know a thing or two about motors big and small; they’re passionate about what they do and have spent many years perfecting their craft.

We hope that this shows in our many positive customer reviews.

Some of the common services we provide:

  • Engine problems
  • Wheel bearing re-packing – RVs pre-1997
  • AC and DC repair
  • Slide-out repairs

 

Common RV repair problems

Engine problems (most common)

Like any other vehicle, RVs need regular maintenance for their engines to operate at optimum performance and like other vehicles the engine are a significant, integral part to the functioning of the vehicle.  Specialist repair shops see RVs most often for engine problems than any other.

 

Dead batteries

RVs consume a lot of power.  The battery that powers the engine needs regular charging to maintain its usefulness.  If you’re having problems with starting the motor, lights or other electrical’s, give us a call.

 

Tire blowouts

Tire blowouts are not uncommon for campers and motor homes, this is mainly due to heat build up when the trailer is over loaded or the tires are under inflated.   Ever RVs has different tire inflation levels and max loads; be sure you are aware of these and regularly keep an eye on your tires.

 

AC Overloaded

Hairdryers, coffee machines and other energy intensive devices can be a drain on the ACs resources, but more than these is your roofs air conditioner.  If you’re turning on the AV, avoid heavy electrical items or risk tripping a circuit breaker.