We were going west on I-94 headed for Jamestown. It was quite late in the afternoon. Our small RV trailer broke down just after we crossed a highway bridge. Broken leaf springs. Squealing and smoking tires caused us to stop immediately. We called AAA, they sent out a flatbed truck, and they recommended we go to Earl's Repair in Casselton. As we approached, one could tell this is a quality service just by the architecture and commodious space in the building. This is a man who knows what he's doing. We had called ahead and were assured by Reed Samuelson that, although it was late and the guys were getting ready to close for the day, HE WOULD stay until we arrived. Then they would get to work on the trailer first thing in the morning. What comforting words for someone broken down at 5:00 p.m. on a busy interstate highway. We signed the papers, then went in search of a motel for the night. When we returned the next morning, the trailer was already up on jacks and a very competent Stephen Mohs (shop foreman) was already at work. In all of our discussions with Earl Samuelson, Stephen Mohs, and Reed Samuelson, we were treated with cheerful helpfulness, advised as to what needed to be done, and told about the progress of the repairs. We left totally confident in the repairs that were made. This is an absolutely top-notch repair facility. I wish they were located closer to us (Northwestern Wisconsin). We would certainly bring any repairs to their competent workmanship.