I keep a copy of the original TSB, which recommended lowering the transmission fluid to tow, in the glove compartment. I also keep the service receipt where the TSB was performed. I also keep a copy of an email from Ford that states that mine was built before the cutoff date and would continue to be covered under warranty. I am also prepared to present all three documents as evidence in court if need be.
I don't have a leveling system but this thread has me thinking about something. Provided that the wheels are chocked securely to prevent rolling, would it be possible to change a tire (on any corner) using a leveling system without the need of a jack?
So let me get this straight....you do not like cajun food or drink alcohol?? And you want to visit Louisiana??? All kidding aside, you are missing most of the touristy locations by staying above Alexandria. I am not sure how many remember the movie "The Toy". It was filmed in Baton Rouge and a lot of the scenes are evident by driving around the arsenal park and passing by the Chase Bank building downtown.
Isn't there an old time saying, "don't sweat the small stuff" ? :)
You are correct and I am not trying to sweat the small stuff and I am not trying to get this escalated. As I said in my post, it is trivial stuff.
I am in the service business and our company is not the cheapest around. Our customers pay for their experience with our company. Sometimes it is the small things that make a difference in the customer's experience. I can buy RV parts, obtain trip routing, and buy a roadside assistance plan anywhere. Google works wonders. People come to Good Sam for the experience. Just trying to offer some feedback.
I just received my new membership card in the mail and I must say that although it is trivial, I am very disappointed. I have been a member since 2007. I had a nice membership card with a picture on the front stating how long I have been a member. When the Camping World and Good Sam memberships combined, I renewed and received another card. Although not as fancy, it still was sturdy and stated how long I have been a member. My membership ran out recently by a month or two. I usually renew at Camping World when I stop by to pick up something. I renewed and received a temporary membership card made of paper. I never received a real card. I tried to log on to the Good Sam site and could not. I called customer service to straighten it out. I was told that I could not use my old number and she updated all my information in the system and placed the request for a new card. I went to set up my preferences in the system and could not use my preferred username. It was already in use. Gee I wonder who had that name??? What was so difficult in taking my old information and just updating the expiration date so I could just keep my card?
Anyway, I just received my new card in the mail and it says member since 2012. It is also the flimsiest thing I have ever seen. It is like one of those peel and stick labels. I almost threw it away thinking it was junk mail.
I know these are small trivial things, but it means something to some people and it reflects the way you value your member's experience. It would be a shame if I decided not to renew my membership because of a stupid little membership card don't you think?