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Camping in Wilderness


As an NRVIA-certified inspector and NRVIA-registered RV technician, Daniel Remington has inspected all types of recreational vehicles from small travel trailers to tag-axle diesel-pusher motorhomes. His personal experience as a motorhome owner has enabled him to use his training and experience to complete maintenance and repairs on his own vehicles and added to his knowledge of what to look for during an inspection.

He has over 35 years in the aerospace industry including assembly, supervision, and repairs of delicate parts. His seven children, natural and adopted, have taught him patience, humor and how to love with a full heart.  He’s a natural-born tinkerer who wants to see everyone he meets live their best life. 


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Some of our Inspections...

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Some Issues Found...

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Upon inspection we discovered...

Small holes in the sealant on the roof may cause water leakage and damage to the walls and lamination of the vehicle.

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Upon inspection we discovered...

Old tires are dangerous, regardless of tread depth. While there's no federally sanctioned safety guidance on when a tire is too old to be safe, NTSB recommend replacement at six years from the date of manufacture. ... The older a tire gets, the higher the risk of sudden and unexpected tread separation.

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Upon inspection we discovered...

Wire cut on LP detector. This is a life-safety issue. If the LP detector is not working right, you will not be alerted to a possible life-threatening situation.

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1846 E. Innovation Park Dr.

STE 100 Oro Valley, AZ 85755


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