About 3 years ago, purchased 6 new tires for Travel Supreme Diesel Pusher. All seemed well, until the following year when I got ready to take a trip, and took the motorhome by to have the air pressure checked in tires. I didn't have a guage that was calibrated for such pressure.
After spending $2600 for new tires, Camping World would not check the air pressure in the tires without charging a $50 inspection fee per tire. Then, this was nothing but a visual inspection to check for dry rot.
You would think with a $2600 purchase of tires, they'd certainly give you a complimentary air pressure test, or at most, charge a $5 fee per tire to check pressure. This would have been simple, since I have valve extenders on the inner back tires.
I refuse to use them for anything, unless, it is an absolute emergency that I can't wait on or can't find elsewhere. They have caused me to make more purchases online, and to seek out other facilities that will do work on the motorhome. With all I've experienced, I can't believe they are still in business.
About 3 years previous, with another motorhome I had just purchased and would be towing for the first time, had the towbar and car lighting wired. They gave me a brief demo of how to hook up the car, and that was fine. However, after leaving the dealership and traveling some 10 or 12 miles, had to stop and drop off someone to pick up their vehicle that was left at the storage facility where I kept motorhome. I just happened to walk behind the motorhome and look at the tow bar assembly, to find that a nut had backed off the main swivel bolt, and it was just barely in. We were heading out of town at that moment, so I parked the motorhome right where I sat, and called Camping World. Boy, was I mad. They said they were closing so they couldn't deal with it until the next day. I reminded them I was leaving town.
I instructed them, without accepting any excuse, to load up a new tow bar and deliver it to me where I sat on the side of the road. They claimed they couldn't, but I gave them no option even if it required the manager himself do it. Finally, they agreed to my demands and we got through that potential crisis without much issue, but failure to check the tightness of assemblies prior to releasing the motorhome owner was irresponsible.