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My wife and I are going to be retiring to Tennessee next year. We currently live near Chicago where there are numerous LR dealerships that can service our '08 LR3. We love the car. It only has 65k on it and is in perfect condition both mechanically and physically.
It looks like eastern TN only has one Rover dealership which is located in Knoxville. I'm worried that servicing/repairing the car will become a burden with a trip to the service bay possibly requiring a several hour tow.
Am I worrying to much about nothing and that I should have no problem finding local shops with mechanics who are qualified to work on Rovers? Anyone from eastern Tennessee with first hand experience maintaining an older Rover?
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I know that exact Knoxville LR dealership. My father-in-law lived near there. That area has some great trails around northern Georgia border.
I can't help you on other Knoxville indy Land Rover shops. There are quite a few LR specific garages in the Atlanta area but that's a 3 hour drive south on I75.
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There are a bunch of indie Rover shops around Knoxville and Chattanooga. Rovers are bigger in the South East than most folks imagine. You won't have trouble finding a good LR shop.
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