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Ward Motor Clinic, Inc has the right team of experienced ASE certified technicians to provide you professional service work and full RV repairs.  We like to keep our customers well advised so that when you are ready to travel to places as yet unknown for a relaxing and invigorating trip your RV is ready to take you there.

Count on Us to Get the Job Done

Complete Service Includes:


Oil Changes, Tire Rotations, Radiator Flush, Belts & Hoses, Batteries, and standard pre-trip checks Service Repairs: Computer Diagnostics, Brakes, & Full Repair

Emergency Repairs

Have an issue while traveling? Count on our team to get you back on the road quickly and safely. After all it is your vacation and you don’t want to spend it at a garage so choose a professional shop that can get you back on the road quickly.

Standard Maintenance Should Include

Your trailer brakes should be inspected and serviced annually or more often if you make substantial use of the trailer.

You should lubricate ramp door hinges with Lithium grease. Also, periodically lubricate the ramp door extension.

Check the huck bolts periodically. If you detect a loose huck bolt fastener, do not tow the trailer. Call your dealer for instructions. Huck bolts are not end user serviceable.

Going out RVing is a vacation and an adventure rolled into one so before going out, make an appointment to have your RV serviced.   This usually includes tire rotation, an oil change if necessary and an overall inspection of the vehicle for potential problems.

Your lights and wipers are not the first thing you think of before taking that RV trip, have our team make sure the engine is running smoothly by checking oil, brake fluid and transmission fluid to make sure they are filled. Once all fluid levels are fine, we check your lights and windshield wipers.

All your tires should be the same type, size, and construction—do not mix bias-belted and radial tires. In selecting tires, by the size, type.  Our team will check to ensure you have the proper tire pressure and replace worn tires.

Periodic inspection and maintenance of motor coach and trailer tires and wheels are essential to towing safety, including spare tires. Proper tire pressure effects vehicle handling and the safety of your tires. You can find the correct tire pressure for your motor coach in the owner’s manual or on the tire information placard.

Under inflation reduces the load-carrying capacity of your motor coach or trailer, may cause sway and control problems and may result in overheating, causing blowouts or other tire failure.

Over inflation causes premature tire wear and affects the handling characteristics of the tow vehicle or trailer.

Make sure connector-plug prongs and receptacles, light bulb sockets, wire splices, and ground connections are clean and shielded from moisture. Lightly coat all electrical terminal connections with non-conducting (dielectric), light waterproof grease.  Clean the prongs with very fine sandpaper, being careful not to damage the contact area.  Clean the surface deposits in the connector holes. (Make sure the lights are off to prevent blowing a fuse.) Try to clean off only the deposits and lubricate lightly with dielectric, light waterproof grease.

Your Pre-trip Planning Should Include

Inspect Your Emergency Equipment

Inspecting your emergency equipment to make sure you have a fully stocked first aid kit, a functioning fire extinguisher and an emergency kit that should at least include a tire pump, spare fuses, flashlight, multipurpose tool, pocket knife, road flares and some canvas work gloves. Be sure to inspect your spare tire and vehicle jack.

Check Your
Trailer Hitch

The nuts, bolts, and other fasteners to ensure that the hitch remains secured to the motor coach and the coupler remains secured to the trailer. The connection point may require periodic lubrication to permit free movement of the coupler to the hitch ball.