take it from a Dumb Blonde
(Hey! I got kicked off one List for saying that...! I don't care...I'm blonde and if you can't poke fun at yourself..you're a PUTZ..! )
take it from a Dumb Blonde...Call any RV repair shop---or several of them better yet...and gather a list of towing people...just ask the service manager who they use to tow their RVs from the dealership to shows, or take delivery on them, etc.).
Then, you start calling; if they don't return your call withinj 24 hours, scratch their name off the list (they're too busy and have no personal touch); if they call back and take a "tude" (attitude),...just tell them you have a "Baby in the bathwater"...or "the toilet's overflowing---GOTTA GO"...and hang up...
Wait till you get someone who says they charge a reasonable price...has a good size diesel truck---like a "duly"...and has stabilizing bars, and CERTAINLY a factory-installed TOW PACKAGE... so they don't lose your rig....AND MOST OF ALL DEMAND TO KNOW WHO THEIR INSURANCE IS...and when they show up to hook 'you' up...ask for a copy of their valid' insurance card!
Make sure their "hook-up" charge includes going by a "State Reststop" and making a pit-stop" there... dumping the holding tanks on the way;
and make sure the "per mile charge" isn't outrageous. Your notes will teach you what the competitive rates are in your area.
Use your "gutt feelings'...talk to lots, get referrals (of people he tows a lot with===or at last feel good about WHO referred you to them!....like the guy I found was highly recommended by this Service place that I got excellent referrals TO) You'll get a good one that way.
and make notes==that way, when you call back, you'll be able to quote their original prices quoted. Get the NAME of who you talk to, and note the date and time, and the things (prices) the said.
You aren't gauranteed of being satisfied, but if you take your time, I believe you'll be happy with your choice. I'm still using the same guy to take it to service or wherever (remember all I have is a 200SER-SX.) ...the same guy I used the first time to "TOW IT HOME". He doesn't even have a printed invoice pad. He charged $50 hookup (to pick up and to bring home from service too---and he stops at the Dumping Station)...and $1.75 per mile.
Not too bad...but I'm sure this fluxuates from one area to another. Like I siad, you'll find out the 'going rate' in your area, when you make your calls...
Get a new tablet out...and write your clear notes! Good luck to you...and CONGRATULATIONS!!
Now the fun starts...my friend..
But, I do guarantee it's the best seduction you'll ever succumb to.