It has been our experience that more and more places are declining RV business. Even Freightliner charges RV'rs more than truckers.
From various conversations we've had, it seems it is largely because of us (RV'rs ) and RV design. For example, in our Journey, to service the genset, you have to drop it. To service the engine, you have to move the mattress somewhere, remove the bedboard, and then put up with the owners griping about you traipsing back and forth with dirty shoes and greasy hands. (not us, of course😊
Same thing with most other systems. Think about what has to be disassembled to fix a simple sink waterline.
We use a service in Tucson that we love, but even they have stopped taking on new customers. They are honest enough to say it is because of inaccessibility and putting up with the customer. (not us, of course😊
Fair Winds and Following Seas