Our 12V breaker was located under the RV on the driver side so one had to lay on his back to even find it. When it went bad we changed it to one that resets itself automatically.
I didn't even know it was there even after several years of ownership.
I Googled `gmc performance chips' and found lots of information like: http://www.autoanything.com/performance-chips/GMC/110A50207A0A0A116A0A1.aspx
I guess I'm not very smart autowise but what does `performance' really mean? If it means getting more than 10.7 mpg city or 9+ towing on my tow vehicle I'd sure look into it. But I don't want to lay rubber at a stop light anymore!
If the 1099 is a 1099 Misc typically nothing is withheld and the taxpayer has to pay self employment tax when the return is filed to make up for the lack of withholding. There would also be a state tax obligation if the state has an income tax.
You could search this Forum to see what has already been posted.
I would be more concerned with the entire footprint of the tire NOT being supported. I use wide boards; easier to pull onto and they support the entire tire.
Actually the question `where do I park my MH is a good one also'. I have seen folks park where they have had to snake out 30 feet of sewer hose to get to the sewer when moving up or back on the site would get them much closer and allow them to maintain the proper `slope' of the hose.
I'd rather get closer to the sewer and add an extension to the power cable if required.
Sometime back that was discussed in detail and, as I remember, there was more heat energy in $1.00 worth of electricity than there was in $1.00 in propane. Also, one never has to haul an electric bottle anywhere to get it filled up.
Did you search this Forum for `bike rack'? We carry two adult bikes on the front of our tow vehicle on a Saris CycleOn rack. Camping World sells foldup bikes for around $180.
I would be reluctant to carry more than two bikes on the back of the RV on a receiver-mounted rack.
Adventure Caravans has a tour of the Western Parks that takes the entire month September. The point is the West is VAST and three weeks from Indiana is not much time.
For immediate information search this Forum for the areas/parks you are interested in. Lots of previous discussion.