I purchased my Jeep through the Chrysler Affiliate Rewards Program at 1% below factory invoice with no haggling at all.
If you don't have access to the Affiliate Rewards Program through your employer, you can join Tread Lightly Membership link for $100 to receive a Company Code.
You then go to Chrysler Affiliate Rewards site where you will use the Tread Lightly Company Code to get a Control Number. You then take that Control Number to any participating, Chrysler, Jeep, Ram, Dodge, SRT or FIAT dealership and receive the 1% off of the factory invoice, no questions asked.
That's how I purchased my 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon :B
I have a Monaco product and there is NO WAY a dog could get to, or have enough weight to push the emergency air brake release button....NO WAY. NO coach owner chocks their wheels, so that was not the reason, as Sea Six and Joy stated should have been done. This was a case of the driver being a dummy and trying to blame the dog for his carelessness....Texan, .. I agree with everything you say except the "NO WAY". Our Doberman stepped on the brake control on our Endeavor and it DID release. we had just pulled in and where checking the site before setting up and I heard the PFFT of the release and watched the coach role about three feet backwards. From that day forward we always used a clothespin under the brake control to protect from the from the Dobby. Simple, but effective.
I use the clothespin method as well; cheap and effective. BUT, when the air is dumped from the system the rear brakes are locked.
Me 2 :B
We've only bought one coach and it was bought and ordered new. I like buying new even though it costs more. Nobody will take care of things the way I do. At 5 yrs. of ownership, our coach still looks pristine. The inside looks and smells new.
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