I'm eyeing a big 45' diesel pusher that's for sale in Halifax NS, but I can't really find any place remotely nearby that sounds very comfortable giving it an inspection before I plunk down a shitload of money on the thing. I called the local RV repair shops and they immediately balked as soon as I said "motorhome".. two of them said they didn't even have a registered mechanic on staff and the third heard "45 feet" and sent me straight away to call truck repair places. The truck shops then sounded very uncertain about the RV stuff, saying they would try to fit in an inspection where they could but that they would really only know about the chassis and motor stuff. What's the general procedure for buying a used swank-ass motorhome? Heavy-duty RV shops seem pretty few and far between. Do you just inspect it yourself? Bring a guy? Have the owner drive it several hours to a competent shop (or pay a mechanic to drive several hours to the owner)?