Originally Posted by Jdawgsfanasty
What I meant was don't they something like roadside assistance for the buyer?
Sent from my VS500PP using Tapatalk
they didnt when I broke down in mine. Greg was helpful in getting me pointed to a mobile truckdown service company, but at the time (2016) they didnt have an actual roadside assistance type of thing..
hindsight is 20/20, if I had tools with me I couldve ordered the parts online and fixed the bus myself rather than a mobile service guy that didnt quite deal well with old vehicles... (at least his parts counter didnt deal well with old vehicles)..
so I suggest to anyone going to pick up a bus.. have tools.. either ship them to a hotel ahead of time, rent a one way car and take them, or buy cheapo tools the minute you get your bus..
1/4" socket set
1/2" socet set
set of wrenches
set of screwdrivers
set of vice grips
maybe a large adjustable wrench.
site of wire cutters / splices / roll of electric tape.
roll of duct tape..
enough stuff that you can change a battery, fuel filter, belt, hose, alternator..
the above you casn check at an airline with no issues if flying.. I airline check tools all the time in my work.