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Rogers Fleet Service
Culpeper, VA

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Rogers Fleet Service
16306 Braggs Corner Road
Culpeper, VA 22701
(540) 829-7908
When I was due for an oil change on the way to Charlottesville, RVing buddies who had used them for years recommended Rogers as the place to go.
It was a pleasure to meet the hands-on owner, Tom Henderson. He told me about all the RV services they offer, including engine and chassis warranty work, as well as Onan generator service. With eight fulltime techs and four large, full service bays with lifts to raise even the heaviest RV, they can do it all for you right here, including state inspections.

The best evidence, though, was the line of motorhomes waiting for service. Even though advertised primarily as a truck service, they really know how to treat RVs and RVers here, too. Paper mats are placed on the floor when they have to enter the interior to avoid greasy footprints. I appreciated that and the comfy waiting room with TV and free coffee. When work requires an overnighter, they have plenty enough room to boondock on the premises and a big drive-through in the back to get around the building with no problems even towing a car.

A great guy and fun to visit with, Mike Yelken is the service writer behind the counter who handled the paperwork and kept me informed about the progress of the work being done. You don't necessarily need an appointment, but it's a good idea to call ahead to make sure they have the parts you need.
Friendly tech Mike Arrington did the service on my motorhome. He provided a complete list of all items checked with the results and work completed. While they do work on Onan generators, they didn't have the filter I needed in stock, so I couldn't get that done this time.

Malia's 2 cents: It's not always easy to find an oil change service with bays big enough to get the motorhome into without removing the mirrors to squeeze into, then having to hold my breath to get out the door. It was also a relief to have someone highly recommended by other RVers. I was so impressed myself that I'm thinking of going back before I leave Charlottesville in October to get other routine maintenance done by people I trust - important for a solo woman with no techy knowledge of my own. If you make a stop here, be sure to tell Tom, Mike and Mike that Malia sends her regards!

Easy access just off US 29 (US 15) which runs between I-81 and I-95 between Washington, DC and Charlottesville. 48 miles from Charlottesville, 88 miles from Richmond.
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