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Eagle Ford: South Texas RV offers new services
South Texas RV Super Store is excited to offer its customers new services, including mobile service, rental, wheel alignments, and state safety inspections.
South Texas RV’s mobile service is just what its customers have been asking for. If someone has set up in a recreational-vehicle (RV) park, let South Texas RV come to you. Its mobile van is fully stocked and can even install new appliances and air conditioning as well as any needed repairs.
Wanting a little getaway with the family? South Texas RV now has a class C motorhome available for rent. In the shop, South Texas RV offers wheel alignments on cars, trucks, motorhomes, and even travel trailers using a state-of-the-art Hunter HD Alignment System performed by one of its trained technicians.
South Texas RV is also now licensed to perform state safety inspections on all vehicles. In addition to all its new services, South Texas RV still services all makes and models of trailers, including motorhomes, fifth wheels, travel trailers, horse trailers, stock trailers, cargo trailers, utility trailers, and heavy equipment trailers.
If someone has a collision, water, or roof damage, South Texas RV will work with all insurance companies.
Don’t forget if you’re looking to buy a used RV or sell one, South Texas RV has consignment units on the lot and listed on its website, www.southtexasrv.com.
South Texas RV Super Store is located at 3637 W. U.S. 90 in Seguin. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon.
For more information, call 830-372-4200 or toll free at 1-888-372-7571.
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