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RE: GSRA - Let's get a balanced vote!!

Good - used them 4 times - twice with RV and twice with personal autos.
ReneeG 06/30/15 07:33pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: 42 foot 5th Wheel on Route 191 Montana

I would suggest you get a truckers atlas. All the highways the truckers can travel on are marked in orange. I use mine all the time. If the road is not orange in the atlas I do not pull my 38' RV on it. Yes, excellent advice. We got ours online and it's extremely helpful.
ReneeG 06/30/15 07:08am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 42 foot 5th Wheel on Route 191 Montana

I have a Western Directory, but I also like to check out the Mile by Mile planning guide too.
ReneeG 06/29/15 07:34pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cody Wyoming to Victor Idaho

Definitely avoid Teton Pass. You are better off going through Alpine Junction from Jackson. If for some reason you have to go to Victor, from Alpine Junction take Hwy 26 to 31, over Pine Creek Pass, a shorter, less steep pass.
ReneeG 06/28/15 08:30pm Roads and Routes
RE: AVOID-Coeur d'Alene RV Resort, Idaho- I90, Exit 7

C'mon guys. You may do what you should & pick up after your dogs, but far too many don't. I love dogs, but do not travel with them. I am, however, developing a dislike for dog owners. I would rather the park charge all dog owners because a few violate common decency than to have all of us charged more whether we have pets or not. But I would prefer even that to having to clean-up after someone else's dog. At this point I do not even put out a cute little lighthouse we have because people were letting their dogs urinate on it. I can't speak for others, but we not only pick up after our dogs, including when we are out boon docking, but we mind them. I'm not here to convince you to like dogs, but state I don't have to abide by a place that charges $3 a dog, per night, to encourage owners to pick up after them. Three dollars, or not, an owner that picks up after their dog will do so without being paid and an owner that doesn't will not no matter what they are charged. The fee is not incentive to do so.
ReneeG 06/27/15 08:22am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Positive final result

Thank you for the update! It's refreshing to see especially since only the complaints are posted here but nothing, till you, as to what their outcome was with GS. Thanks again!
ReneeG 06/26/15 11:54am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: AVOID-Coeur d'Alene RV Resort, Idaho- I90, Exit 7

Pay the $3 for your dog AND pick-up after it. Deal with it, it's your choice, and it makes it better for the rest of us. I've had the opportunity to track dog goo inside the MH too many times. You probably shouldn't rely only on the GS guide? It only means that they have paid their fees for a somewhat biased and positive rating? 1. You're right - that's why I don't go to parks that charge an extra fee per dog. There are so many other places to stay that don't do this. 2. Not necessarily on the GS being biased. I've seen low ratings there.
ReneeG 06/26/15 08:02am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fantastic Vent on Auto and Unattended

Thanks, Bobbo!
ReneeG 06/25/15 12:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: Keeping bears away in Yellowstone

Since this will be our first time to Yellowstone my wife was trying to decide which firearm would be best protection against bears. .454, 44mag, or 50cal? To just be in your campground?! Nothing. In all our travels and trips to Yellowstone, we've never seen one in camp. Lots of buffalo though. Even bought bear spray - the huge can and never used it on our hikes.
ReneeG 06/25/15 10:18am Beginning RVing
RE: Fantastic Vent on Auto and Unattended

Thanks for all the replies. I guess it's time to add a cover to our rig. We did it ourselves on the last few, so we can do it again on this one, and then I don't have to worry.
ReneeG 06/25/15 10:14am General RVing Issues
RE: Fantastic Vent on Auto and Unattended

We do have the rain sensor and although we've had vent covers on previous RV's, we don't have them over this one. Makes sense too about the dust. I'll watch the weather forecast if I plan to be away from our rig. Thanks again for all the information.
ReneeG 06/25/15 06:21am General RVing Issues
RE: Fantastic Vent on Auto and Unattended

Thank you for the feedback!
ReneeG 06/24/15 09:10pm General RVing Issues
Fantastic Vent on Auto and Unattended

Right now it's pretty hot here, high 90's, with the forecast expecting to be 105 this weekend. I like to run our two Fantastic fans on auto, but am concerned about a gust of wind coming up and ripping the cover off. Do any of you leave your Fantastic fan running while you're away to keep air circulating? This is in our side yard, but we're not always out there. Our Fantastic fans are on thermostats so they'll shut off at lower temps during the night. Thanks.
ReneeG 06/24/15 08:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: Entering the 5'er World

I agree with all on this too. What we've found for stability is that even though we may have the front stabilizers and rear down, X chocks between the tires make a huge difference in practically eliminating movement.
ReneeG 06/24/15 08:38pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: AVOID-Coeur d'Alene RV Resort, Idaho- I90, Exit 7

Thanks for the update. The $3 per dog, per night alone would keep us away. That's ridiculous! As to their charging the fee to encourage people to pick up after their pets - well, at that rate, I'd be tempted to leave it since they're already charging me a so called service fee! When checking RV parks online, I always check their pet policy since we travel with two.
ReneeG 06/24/15 07:11am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Water pressure in new fifth wheel

Faucet strainers are the first thing to check. Remove them and I'll bet you'll find them clogged with rocks. Spot on. I too had low pressure in my kitchen sink. I unscrewed the tip, removed the filter and found minute particles of dirt. Rinsed, replaced and voila!
ReneeG 06/24/15 07:06am Beginning RVing
RE: My tire blowout experience with GS-RA

""""With every complaint, I've seen a GS rep immediately contact them, or say they are. What has come of it, we don't know because I've never seen a followup posting as to what GS did for them. Point is, they have initiated remedial action, but what has come of it. """" They have NOT initiated remedial action in the way they conduct their business. All they are doing is continually trying to fight fires because of the way they interact with their customers. Again, you are assuming from what you see when in fact you do not know exactly what has transpired between the complaint and GS.
ReneeG 06/23/15 10:11pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: My tire blowout experience with GS-RA

What they should or could do is ASK the complaint if they could post the final outcome after all is done, that way everbody wins & would really help on their PR,& make us all happy too. now the only reason they don't want to do this they do ea call to get away with as least as they can, just to shut us up How do you know what they do with the complaint? You seem to be able to read minds. I sure can't, which I could though. I'd like to hear both sides.
ReneeG 06/23/15 10:11pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: My tire blowout experience with GS-RA

I NEVER would we tolerate the number of complaints Camping world/Good Sam have without initiating immediate remedial action to improve customer satisfaction. . With every complaint, I've seen a GS rep immediately contact them, or say they are. What has come of it, we don't know because I've never seen a followup posting as to what GS did for them. Point is, they have initiated remedial action, but what has come of it.
ReneeG 06/23/15 05:47pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: My tire blowout experience with GS-RA

Since several of you seem to know all the complaints posted today on GS RA for tire blow outs, did you read mine and the good response we had form our GS Platinum RSA? Here, let me help you by providing a linkI read your ling and they did nothing for you you could not have done with a google search in 2 minutes for free. I don't understand your comment. Are you saying that I made this up?No, not what I said. I meant you could have gotten the same job done in 2 minutes by a google search for service providers rather than GSRA doing the same thing. You're advising that rather than having GSRA, to have nothing and when something like this occurs, google for a tow truck who can provide the service and pay that way instead? Or . . . ?
ReneeG 06/23/15 05:43pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
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