That’s a question I would like My Ram Truck manufacturer, Chrysler to answer.
I didn’t leave Southern California soon enough and racked up another big maintenance bill for the Workhorse and since I’m still in California add another 9.00% sales tax to the parts!
BTW: I was in Arizona in December and January of 2020 and spent $1700 on the Workhorse there. Previously in October of 2020, I was in Washington and spent $4000 on the Workhorse there. I need some help supporting these states, I feel alone 😉
So Chrysler, what constitutes excessive maintenance? I’ve better than met all of my required/suggested maintenance for the Workhorse and adding up all of the services to just my Ram 2500 Mega Cab 4×4 with a Cummings Diesel, including tires, it comes to $300 plus average for each month of driving it.
In addition, I stopped by America’s Tire Store to purchase the fourth set of tires for the Coach, and repairs to the bedroom slide and several Front Decals replaced at Mike Thompsom RV. So I did my share and more for California’s economy considering I was here less than two months visiting my Son and his family.
While I do save on my living expenses as I travel, traveling Full-time is not as cheap as some think or advertise.
Jagger and I have now landed a little further North, near Lone Pine, California at the base of Mt. Whitney.
Safe Travels Gary and Jagger