It begins every day (Mon-Fri) at 9:30 AM from the Visitor's Center.
The tour takes you past the headquarters/main office building with Bob Tiffin and his three sons work. At the other end of the inconspicuous warehouse-looking building is the entrance to the cabinet shop.
A thirty foot motorhome takes about two miles of wiring. A 44 foot motorhome takes about three miles.
A few years about we saw the Tiffin-produced Powerglide chassis being built in the area where some of the solid surface work is being done. Since then, the chassis building process has moved to a build all its own that was erected on the north end of the plant property.
The tour ends at the punch list and cleaning station where each coach is checked over before delivery. While walking by a 2019 unit, the cargo bay doors were open.
That's a brief recap of the tour of the factory. Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles!~