Originally Posted by pianozanne
Hello. Can I go to any Chevy dealership or does it need to be a van repair shop?
the "Chevy Van" part can be serviced by any shop, anywhere. The only restrictions would be that they have a lift with the overhead clearance and the weight capacity for your motorhome.
( motor, transmission, steering, suspension, brakes etc.)
It is very likely that your 2002 Roadtrek is on a 2001
Chevrolet Express 2500 Chassis.
Any auto shop doing repairs should ascertain by using the Chevy VIN number/ tag under the hood.
Make sure you mention this
the "Roadtrek" part should be serviced by an RV specialist who will likely have experience with each of the components in your van ( furnace, water heater, generator etc.) and also a knowledge of how roadtrek generally lays out the plumbing and electrical systems
as for "adding" seat belts- for real safety this requires using factory mounting points- and a seat which is designed or engineered, rather than a sofa or bed built up from wood inside the van
many motorhomes do not have "safe" seating in the rear
adding seatbelts to a weak structure may give a false sense of security
I'd suggest asking the RV specialist about this
My pleasure way, the rear area is specifically labelled as not for use...