the main reason i switched to gs is that they will tow to the nearest qualified facility regardless of mileage be it 1 or 1000 miles. aaa rv plus only allows 100 miles period. if the nearest facility is 500 miles away, you pay out of pocket for 400 miles. need i say more ? thats can be big bucks!
camping season is fast approaching especially for those of us on the east coast. at what point does everyone consider it safe (temps) to flush out the antifreeze? obviously, when the temps stay above 32* but say its in the 50's in the day and maybe 28-30* at nite. am i still safe?
i was informed by a knowledgeable longtime rver that most class c tires are made and labeled as LT (light truck i guess) even tho they may have a load range of D or E and that there is a better tire made for RVs that is not marked LT. it has something to do with the rubber composition/ingredients according to him. if so, anyone know of such a tire and what they are called? supposedly, these rv tires do not breakdown or get weather cracks, etc. anyone?