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There might be some information from AAA or Good Sam or some other club. Unfortunately, you have to be members.

Good luck with a search since New Mexico might pop up if you do a search and that's not the same.

What are your entry points? My Spanish language skills are non-existent for this kind of stuff (any other kind of stuff for that matter). I wouldn't even know how to search for this stuff in Spanish.
 

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There are quite a few camping clubs with a couple of campgrounds across the border, and they could provide info about RV services but for a very limited area.

I tried to look for services in Mexico and was not successful. Most searches just found plenty of stuff in New Mexico, but I think one would need the ability to search sites in Mexico and that might require additional software and a good command of Spanish to understand it.

Keep trying travel clubs but good luck finding some that provide RV information.

If you can get this done, I hope you post your successes so that we can appreciate the information.
 

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RV repairs seem non-existent.

No campamente linked to American club. Which means Good Sam would have been a waste of money. My route: El Paso, Durango, Mazatlan, Acapulco.
Only 1 ex-KOA campamente, Koas charges are too high for the place near Acapulco. Aca has 3, 1 open winter only, probably ok. 2 questionable.
artmart I have done searches. There may be a chance, 1000 km away (that's about 600 land miles in old British units) from where you need it. When you get there you may find a sign and not much more.
I rather rely on experienced campers.
thanks.

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all on the same page. How dare the computer waste my time?
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I agree with artmart. Your best bet would be with camping clubs like Good Sam's Club. I did a few searches as well. Most of the ones that I've found were RV parks offering a few services to the campers there.
 

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The link by bigjr is giving me a "link not found error". The second link is a detailed blog of a lady who traveled with her hubby in an old Minnie Winnie.

At this point, I'd guess it's gonna be hard to get the info you seek. I'd get a very good, very large tent and some portable appliances and camp instead. Risking the RV may not be such a good idea. It all depends on how lucky and how adventurous you are.
 

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RV Centers in (real) Mexico - ONAN

thanks so far. Some people did not recognize that I have already done the trip. Mexicans were very helpful, concerned about my safety, giving good advice. Campground in Mazatlan was fine.
I am currently installing security cameras around my RV, besides a lot of other improvements.
The latest damage is the Onan (4kw) silencer, 4 1/2 inch by 2 feet approx. May need a new one, have no clue where to ask for one.
Further along in time the RV may be for sale. I want to do at least one more sizable trip - destination not yet decided. Want to join?
 

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ACAPULCO Just for convenience, there are several RV campgrounds in Acapulco, GRO. The one near the international airport is bigger than all the others together, only open about 4 month, some date in November.
There are 1 in Pie de la Cuesta, less recommendable Acapulco Trailer Park, and 1 newly rebuilt, nice, at Playa Luces near Pie, after the military airport, with bus public service into center.
There is also a capable auto repair place (Torres) which works on RV's, across the military airport runway.
 
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