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Fair Market Value

Is there a website where I can look and see what the fair market value is of my motorhome.
Sez Hoo! 06/30/15 01:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flat Towing

I flat tow my 2000 Jeep TJ and love it. As for the difficulty for older people getting in and out of the back seat. The fix is to have younger friends and keep the older people out of the jeep. Just kidding, It can be a small challenge getting in and out but the jeep experience will have their adrenalin flowing so there should be no difficulty.
Sez Hoo! 04/18/15 06:48am Dinghy Towing
RE: Rigs over ten years old

Any rv park with that kind of rule is not a park I want to stay in.
Sez Hoo! 10/26/14 08:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: American Fuel

Never mind the 70's. LA air is still horrible. Last year I was out that way, coming down I-15 through the Cajon Pass. As you come down the pass into San Bernadino you can just see the smog in the air. Talk about nasty! It was down right discusting. Thankfully the mountains keep that nasty air from coming east.
Sez Hoo! 09/05/14 08:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: American Fuel

When the cost of owning and operating a motorhome gets too much you get out of the game. Oil and Insurance companies are always going to win out in the end. You can complain about it or just say screw it and just enjoy your RV.
Sez Hoo! 09/05/14 07:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: American Fuel

If I am going to crunch numbers and worry about mpg than I should sell the RV and stick to public transportation. If you have any kind of RV than you are getting lousy mpg. It may be better than some and worse than others but still lousy. If you don't like paying high California fuel taxes and don't like what California does with their fuel or gas, then stay out of California, its that simple. For me when I go into California I fuel up in Arizona at the state line. My coach carries enough fuel for me to go in, do my workamping job and get out without having to buy fuel in California. My 15 ton coach goes in uses their roads and leaves without paying their high fuel taxes. That is what works for me.
Sez Hoo! 09/05/14 06:18am Class A Motorhomes
Different Fuel Prices

Ok who can tell me which state has different diesel fuel prices at the commercial truck pumps than at the car pumps. I was out west and believe it was Arizona where the price per gallon was about .15 cents cheaper at the car lanes that at the truck lanes due to an additional tax that is added to the truck lanes. reason was that they were heavier and caused more damage to the roads. I remember going to the auto pumps to get fuel. Are there any other states that do that?
Sez Hoo! 09/05/14 05:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dolly towing a 4 down vehicle

The only reason would be so I dont have to purchase a tow package for each vehicle that I have. I have different needs to tow different vehicles and was hoping the tow dolly would accomplish that. But according to what is coming back to me if its not front wheel drive then short of disconnecting drivelines it wont be possible. Thanks for the feed back. It may be worth the expense to put tow bars on the other vehicles. Disconnecting the drive line would work on some of them but a lot of the all wheel drive systems may be out of the question. Consider the time and aggravation every time you want to hook and unhook. If you have a jeep then you have two drive shafts to mess with. disconnecting the drive line sounds easy enough but when you are laying in the mud you are going to wish you had the tow bar on the front.
Sez Hoo! 09/04/14 05:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dolly towing a 4 down vehicle

If the vehicle is front wheel drive ONLY than it can go on the tow dolly with the front wheels on the dolly. The rear wheels are just freewheeling on the ground like they always do. Any front wheel drive should be ok on a tow dolly. All wheel drive or 4 wheel drive vehicles need to have both the front and rear axles turning at the same speed. They are all connected to one transmission. If you have a vehicle that is towable 4 down why would you want to drag around a tow dolly?
Sez Hoo! 09/04/14 06:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Basic Class A questions - looking for used 1997-2002

If you want a Class A forget getting a gasser, get a DP. Its a bit more expensive but its well worth the investment.
Sez Hoo! 09/04/14 05:52am Class A Motorhomes
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