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RE: Propane..unlawful to have fridge on while moving

That law makes me a criminal and I will continue in that venue.
Homer 02/10/16 09:12am General RVing Issues
RE: Tankless Water Heater

GOOD advice-Homer
Homer 01/31/16 07:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: Ready! Set! ....

Don't run any races. Take it easy and enjoy the scenery and arrive alive.
Homer 01/31/16 03:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tankless Water Heater

Bob & Ann - How large a home are you on, your tank less system at home? I have used them in a very large home in Europe, but have no information on the tank less made in the U.S.A. Strangely enough I remember the name of my tank less in Europe was "Apperson Jack Rabbit", as I remember it was made in Denmark.
Homer 01/31/16 03:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tankless Water Heater

4X4 Dodger is absolutely correct in his post. The way we do in this country is a crime. It is so wasteful and expensive. Europeans literally laugh at us for our backward view on Hot Water. Remember fuel is very expensive over there and has been for many years.
Homer 01/29/16 11:39am General RVing Issues
RE: Tankless Water Heater

I had a tank less water heater in Europe during the Mid 50's. It was in my home, almost every home had them, they consider water tanks as being ridiculous. I never had any problem with mine. It always worked just fine, you could take one shower right after the other and never run out of hot water. I at first worried about the open gas flame in the water coils, but soon realized we do the same thing with gas water heaters here. Now in an RV with all the shaking and twisting going on I am not sure I would feel that comfortable with them.
Homer 01/28/16 06:05pm General RVing Issues
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Homer 01/28/16 09:31am General RVing Issues
RE: FYI _ Good Points!

That is the word on the street smaller is better. My next one will be smaller, with advent of slides, I just do not need that much length. I am outside most of the time. When it rains I head to the mall or other indoor place of interest.
Homer 01/26/16 01:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Not the Drones again

I found the information on the law concerning air space above your domain interesting. I had heard about this some time back but never really got involved. I am sure you do have some air rights, just how much we will find out. This is a new problem that has arisen, and it is going to need to be approached. I just do not want the bothersome noise over my head while I am visiting with friends on the patio or cooking on the grill. I should have some rights.
Homer 01/26/16 07:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Huge Electricity Bill - Help

There is something seriously wrong some where. I would have the electric company have a look. Those dudes know all the in and outs. People live in RV's all the time you know they are not paying those kind of rates.
Homer 01/25/16 01:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: A letter to my neighbor flying his drone early this morning

This is going to get much worse before it levels off. These things are like mosquitoes. A pain, but probably are with us for eternity. However, we have mosquito control and I am sure the drones will eventually become controllable. There are going to be some nasty situations come up, before we get them under reasonable control.,
Homer 01/25/16 07:53am General RVing Issues
RE: Factory Warranty

They count on that acceptance.
Homer 01/23/16 04:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Those In The New England Area

This was my late wife's favorite song after we had a long affair with the Chicago I-90-94 right after they built it.
Homer 01/23/16 04:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: Factory Warranty

Of course they cannot issue a familial contingency warranty, but with sufficient proof that you had a problem that prohibited you from exercising your warranty, it could be extended; of course you are going to have to prove it. Lets just call it a fighting chance for the consumer. If you think they have not calculated all of this stuff in to their warranty up front, you have not been in business.
Homer 01/23/16 12:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Factory Warranty

Good and valid point O/P concerning everything is not on a automotive type chassis. The rest should be at least two years, to allow for unforeseen circumstances such as sicknesses, familial contingencies,etc. I just listened to a RV representative this morning on TV who said that most RV's are purchased in the months of January and February. So they know what their exposure is up front.
Homer 01/23/16 11:00am General RVing Issues
RE: Factory Warranty

There are many warranties on an RV, Drive train is usually 3-36, appliances a couple of years. So do not judge the warranty limitations by that on the coach itself. I do think there should be a longer term catastrophic warranty on major items such as construction failures of the RV body.
Homer 01/23/16 09:47am General RVing Issues
RE: Oil prices down.Y is a quart so high?

They have trained us well. The insidious onslaught of high prices is fractured and spread all over the entire spectrum of products. It is impossible for you to do much as they are so fractured. To them however, it all comes down on the bottom line in a big fat glob of ill gotten gain. They are not going to give it up once they have it. Their enhanced bottom line probably produced a healthy bonus for them. To take it back is unthinkable. Prices are still creeping up and will until we refuse to buy. Sure they might mount a big sales campaign like the one that did not happen on Black Friday. Some will continue to buy, then look for the tax payers to make it up for them
Homer 01/21/16 01:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Oil prices down.Y is a quart so high?

None of the above really answer the question. The answer is basic, they have trained you to pay the higher price. What will they gain by lowering it? There is a fuel sur charge on almost every item in the store, will it come off? Not a chance, they trained you to accept that up charge and it has now become part of their expected and projected profit margin. They will rake in their ill gotten booty and divide the spoils among the top brass.
Homer 01/20/16 02:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Way too much fun in Quartzite

Now this is way RV.net used to be all the time, just good post and pleasant conversation, informative and civil. Lets bring it back.
Homer 01/20/16 02:07pm General RVing Issues
RE: After you buy a permanent lot...

Man I agree with you 100% about the crappy mind numbing graphics on most of these RV's. It just gets worse each year. Now using black and yellow AAARRRGGGHHH!! Right now there is a combination rig and truck that I would probably get serious about, but the graphics on the 5th wheel are strictly for Ringling Bros.
Homer 01/17/16 10:27am General RVing Issues
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