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RE: Towing a running car

Consider if you have a toad braking system, the toads power brake pump will be running therefore the brakes may lock up when activated, Excellent point! Your power brake system will be activated and depending on your toad brake you could have a disaster waiting to happen. Yes, I was going to do it last week as I had a low toad battery. Tested the brakes in the CG and thought it was going to rip the tow bar off.
dan-nickie 08/23/15 04:14pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Ok on 50 A but not on 30 A

I replaced the 50A male plug Why did you replace the 50A plug? Did you wire it different from standard?
dan-nickie 08/21/15 04:02pm Tech Issues
RE: Towing a running car

Consider if you have a toad braking system, the toads power brake pump will be running therefore the brakes may lock up when activated,
dan-nickie 08/21/15 10:36am Dinghy Towing
RE: tire pressure

Steve, that is what I come up with also. IMO, you are good to go.
dan-nickie 08/20/15 07:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Driving Albuquerque to Ruidoso Downs, NM

We drove it the opposite direction last week. Nothing notable about the drive. No big or scary hills. Now if you leave Ruidoso headed east on 70, lookout! :)
dan-nickie 08/19/15 08:39pm Roads and Routes
RE: tire pressure monitor

Normal.
dan-nickie 08/18/15 08:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2016 Dutch star

All pro, no con.
dan-nickie 08/16/15 08:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Federal Restrictions on Pain Medicine Prescriptions

I haven't actually read it, but it is supposed to be part of the new law. I will keep my opinion of it to myself. Jim Some really great ideas are sometimes so easily discarded. :B
dan-nickie 08/16/15 10:43am Full-time RVing
RE: New Federal Restrictions on Pain Medicine Prescriptions

Here is a good link that describes the new Class 2 rules Consumer Reports on new prescriptions rules DW doctor writes 3 postdated scripts as mentioned above and found in the link. In addition, refills are not allowed with Schedule II drugs and many states and insurance companies only allow you to get up to a month’s worth on a single prescription. But your doctor can write multiple prescriptions for a total of up to 90 days worth—for example, three 30-day prescriptions—with instructions to the pharmacist to fill them sequentially. If you need to take the drug for longer than three months, though, you’ll need to go back to your doctor for another prescription. If your doctor will not do this, it is not the feds regulations but your doctor's own policy. Did you have a frank talk to your doctor specifically addressing travel?
dan-nickie 08/14/15 07:24pm Full-time RVing
RE: Front end alignment cost??

I don't know what chassis you have but Freightliner paid for my first alignment with about the same miles on it.
dan-nickie 08/13/15 03:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chama NM, Durango CO, or Pagosa Springs CO

You might also consider Ruidoso, New Mexico. The whole town is from Texas - so it seems. :) The temps are great. . I agree. No need to go to Colorado for cooler weather. We left Ruidoso on Monday after a week stay. Every camper there was from Texas to escape the heat.
dan-nickie 08/12/15 10:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Meds

Here is another good link that describes the new Class 2 rules Consumer Reports on new prescriptions rules It states as I was saying: In addition, refills are not allowed with Schedule II drugs and many states and insurance companies only allow you to get up to a month’s worth on a single prescription. But your doctor can write multiple prescriptions for a total of up to 90 days worth—for example, three 30-day prescriptions—with instructions to the pharmacist to fill them sequentially. If you need to take the drug for longer than three months, though, you’ll need to go back to your doctor for another prescription.
dan-nickie 08/11/15 09:37pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Meds

A lot of people don't understand the newer regulations on Class 2 Controlled prescriptions. We had to really research it when the new regs kicked in last October. They can't be faxed, called in or sent to the pharmacy electronically. They must be handwritten by the doctor. But, a doctor can post date handwritten scripts for up to 90 days supply. We are on a trip now and my wife took 2 postdated scripts with her. We had one filled in NM last week, and we plan to fill the last one in CO next month. For a few months, her doc also wanted her to come in each month to pick up the script. As he got more comfortable with the new regs she had discussions with him about travelling. He eventually agreed to postdate the scripts. Now, my doctor would not do it for me if I were to ask so it can depend on the doctor and their own policy. But it can be done for 90 days as the feds allow it.
dan-nickie 08/11/15 09:01pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: How many GB's?

I watched a Netflix movie in HD last night and when I checked my usage I was up around 15GB.
dan-nickie 08/11/15 03:48pm Technology Corner
RE: Coleman Roadtrip grill to RV quick connect?

If you google it there are some youtube videos out there.
dan-nickie 08/08/15 09:29pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Did I screw up my fan install?

It will be fine.
dan-nickie 08/04/15 08:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Tips for merging

Well... since I will be no help and my "scared" noises don't help my husband, I close my eyes and count 60 seconds. By the time I open my eyes we are already down the road. (True, but I thought I would lighten up the mood a little here.) Very nice try. :) But I'm afraid nothing will derail this runaway train. :E
dan-nickie 08/04/15 08:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Did I screw up my fan install?

It will be fine.
dan-nickie 08/04/15 05:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: Did I screw up my fan install?

It will be fine.
dan-nickie 08/03/15 09:59pm Travel Trailers
RE: Tips for merging

What are your tips for merging with traffic when the lane you're approaching is at a near-45 degree angle from your lane? For example, a highway on or off ramp. As you get close to merging, you have a huge blind spot. I think most posters have missed your point of being a 45 degree angle and you cannot see the merging traffic, correct? I have found that this is the best use of the Side Cameras. They have a very wide angle view and I can see anything that is on a merge path with my MH. Many people say the side cameras are useless, but I find they are very valuable for just this one reason. This is correct! I'm referring to the situations where the lane you want to merge into is smack in the middle of your blind spot because of the angle of the roads....roughly 45 degrees. As you can see, many on this site really don't care what you asked if it gives them an opportunity to get into a heated discussion. :R
dan-nickie 08/02/15 08:57pm Class A Motorhomes
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