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RE: Peeves

Magpies!
08UltraRider 07/18/15 04:52pm Around the Campfire
RE: Peeves

Drivers that don't know how to merge and those who speed up to close up the gap when I'm merging! Plus the moron who has to change lanes into the lane I'm merging into!
08UltraRider 07/18/15 04:52pm Around the Campfire
RE: What's the deal Canada?

My point is not hard to understand, if your gonna let him out to roam around for one night then let him stay all three.... Perhaps to save the Canadian Taxpayer the expense of putting him up for the night? I assume they confiscated his passport?
08UltraRider 07/12/15 09:00am Around the Campfire
RE: What's the deal Canada?

I have never heard of US not allowing somebody in because of a DUI. I thought that was strictly a thing Canada did. Like I said, Justin Bieber has a DUI and Canada let him back in Canada and then we let him back in the US after he left and went to Canada. I met a guy in Mexico who had a DUI when he was 18, he is now 65 and can't enter the US. His wife drives their RV across and he flies direct to Mazatlan. He must not know he can apply for a waiver?!
08UltraRider 07/12/15 08:57am Around the Campfire
RE: NASCAR Atlanta

It almost seems to me that Tony lost the drive to win??? Too many irons in the fire perhaps? Thank you Willie for leaving the winner out of the subject line... :) Some of us PVR'd the race and then yesterday watched it. It's quite rare the media around here will mention anything about NASCAR so I never have to worry about them.
08UltraRider 03/03/15 11:05am Around the Campfire
RE: Dash Cams??

I have a Ojocam Pro 2 Mini 0803 Dash Cam in both of my vehicles. Works very well and best part is... they're small and hard to see from the outside. I also bought the hard wire kits so they are wired to the ignition switch. If you go this route... beware the 0803 uses Micro USB plugs so don't buy the Mini USB hard wire kit like the camera name suggests.
08UltraRider 02/26/15 10:40am Around the Campfire
RE: Kyle Busch injured in crash at Daytona

I shudder to think what the end result would have been had he not been wearing the Hans Device! Get well soon Kyle!
08UltraRider 02/21/15 05:49pm Around the Campfire
RE: Front View Camera-anyone else use one?

Mbrower, i don't think there would be a better example than yours that promotes the benefits of a dash cam... I believe they should be an option on every new vehicle built today but that's only my opinion. That was one horrific crash! I pray your wife has fully recovered.
08UltraRider 02/15/15 09:44pm General RVing Issues
RE: Front View Camera-anyone else use one?

Well I guess I got my main question answered, it appaarently does have a wired in power supply. Main reason I ask is I like to drive the Blue Ridge Parkway and would love to reveiew the scenary at a later date. In addition no one can predict when a NUT will come into your driving space, so not being able to continuously record would be useless. Thanks to every one for the information. Now where is a good souce to buy one from? I bought my Ojocam Pro 2 803 along with the hard wire kit off Amazon. Works great after doing a firmware update! I had a minor accident where a lady changed lanes into me which turned into a he said/she said and it took 4 months for them to finally admit fault. Had I had the dash cam back then...............
08UltraRider 02/15/15 11:12am General RVing Issues
RE: How to impress your supervisor.....maybe

Thank you! :)
08UltraRider 02/05/15 11:12am Around the Campfire
RE: How to impress your supervisor.....maybe

What precautions are you using disposing the hypodermic needles? Just curious...
08UltraRider 02/05/15 10:29am Around the Campfire
RE: Towing new

Thanks, as usual! We're not going to take a chance on breaking our purty new truck, so we've changed the date with the dealer to later this month. Our anniversary is the day after Valentine's Day, so maybe we'll go jaunting somewhere to get some gentle miles onto it. Thanks, all. This is the best advice in the whole thread... :D Happy Anniversary... :W
08UltraRider 02/04/15 04:44pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Trans Canada highway

Or, adapt to local conditions. I have been known to pull over on the side of the Trans Canada, when I needed to stop. & believe me, if you need to quit driving, I can't imagine any cop who would give you a ticket, for just pulling over out of the line of traffic. If you're saying to pull over into the shoulder and park? I can't speak for out east but out here you won't get away with it! Emergency stopping only! You won't get a ticket but you will be told to move on. What is your specific? I cannot imagine a skilled, experienced policeman saying, keep driving and fall asleep at the wheel. :C If you're tired then you should have stopped at a safe location before you feel you have to pull over on a highway shoulder. FYI, this also applies to people who pull over to the shoulder to use their cell phone in a non-emergency. Parking outside of an urban area 43(1) This section applies only to a highway that is outside of an urban area. (2) A person driving a vehicle shall not park the vehicle on a roadway when it is practicable to park the vehicle off the roadway. (3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), a person driving a vehicle shall not park the vehicle on the roadway, parking lane or shoulder of a provincial highway except where (a) the vehicle is incapable of moving under its own power, (b) an emergency arises, or (c) it is otherwise permitted by law.
08UltraRider 02/02/15 09:24am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Trans Canada highway

Or, adapt to local conditions. I have been known to pull over on the side of the Trans Canada, when I needed to stop. & believe me, if you need to quit driving, I can't imagine any cop who would give you a ticket, for just pulling over out of the line of traffic. If you're saying to pull over into the shoulder and park? I can't speak for out east but out here you won't get away with it! Emergency stopping only! You won't get a ticket but you will be told to move on.
08UltraRider 02/01/15 11:03am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Craigs List Responders

Instead of using CL... Search out some of the Street Rod clubs in your area and start from there. I contacted one here where they were able to get me hooked up with a current appraisal, inspection and where to list it...
08UltraRider 01/28/15 11:27am Around the Campfire
RE: Jeff Announces Retirement After 2015 Season

Can't argue with that seeing Chase Elliot's ties with Hendrick... Kyle's talent reminds me of a young Jeff Gordon.
08UltraRider 01/22/15 04:19pm Around the Campfire
RE: Jeff Announces Retirement After 2015 Season

Seems like last week I was at the 1993 Daytona 500 where the 24 had a yellow stripe on the back bumper... :C Kyle Larson would be the perfect fit into that seat! :)
08UltraRider 01/22/15 12:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: passing signal

When anyone overtaking pulls up close behind me I assume they are looking to pass. I simply maintain my speed and when it becomes safe for them to make their pass I move slightly to the right (without vacating my lane). This gives them a hint that it is time to make their move and a much improved view of what is coming down the road. The rest is up to them. X2 The most I'll do is move over to the right side of the lane so you can see past me... The rest is up to you!
08UltraRider 01/12/15 09:39am General RVing Issues
RE: Charlotte Motor Speedway

We stayed at Ver-El RV Park across the Blvd from the main entrance. Five minute walk from camper to our seats near the S/F line...
08UltraRider 01/12/15 09:27am General RVing Issues
RE: DEF CONSUMPTION

Don't want to hijack thread, but what does bad DEF act like? A Poor DEF Quality message appears in the DIC. If it's not corrected within I believe it's 200 miles the truck will start speed limiting itself eventually to limp mode (4 mph). Bad NOX sensors will cause that message to appear too.
08UltraRider 01/04/15 10:34am Tow Vehicles
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