In 85000 miles of touring I've never been left sitting with a broken motorcycle. Today 1300 miles from home my Goldwing left me sit at a gas pump somewhere around Concil Bluffs Iowa. Started trying to diagnose it was just charging 14 volts and now completely dead pushed to a parking lot and attempted to get road service through any possible method big truck service people wrecker etc. NO LUCK No Help and feeling helpless and very angry. I had my dealer that I bought the bike off saved in my phone called and asked if they could advise of a Honda dealer in the area No help there. Finally the truck shop I tried to pay for a simple jump refused to help because it was a motorcycle gave me a name, Full Throttle Motorsports in Council Bluffs Iowa. I called and advised the parts guy my problem and my suspected issue as a shorted or bad battery. The gentleman advised I'm not too far from you I'll get my truck and come jump you to get you to the shop. He came and jumped my bike and led me to the shop where he offered to sell me whatever I needed for 10% discount and if I wanted their shop to do it he would get it right in. I chose to have the shop install battery only to discover the low beam headlights also blew out. They offered headlights at discount and installed them. I was extremely taken back by the service and care this dealer gave me. Discounted the parts gave me a labor discount and only charged 1/2 hr labor for everything battery install trouble shoot headlights and replaced both low beams. Plus the gentleman initially got me there by coming out with his personal vehicle and getting me going and did NOT CHARGE a cent for this and wanted to refuse my TIP for his help. Sorry for the long winded post but in a world that I myself dwell on negative things I really felt compelled to post this. Those who have been left sit > 1000 miles from home can appreciate this kind of help. Cudos to all at this dealership. If I lived within 100 miles of these guys I know were my next bike would be coming from. Well off and running thanks again!