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RE: HELP! Financed Vehicles and Vehicle Permits?

Years ago I attempted to get a permit at K21 south of Nogales, Son with a computer generated copy, from my computer, of my current registration from Arizona DMV online site. They would not accept it and I had to return to the AZ DMV office in Nogales, AZ and get a copy from the office with their stamp/seal. AND I have always had to provide a letter from the lien holder. If I owned the vehicle outright I had to have the title & registration with me. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 03/24/15 10:53am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Snowdocking in the Sierra: are there ungated areas?

I can tell you from experince, even if a road is not gated it maybe closed. You have to ask the local authority in charge of the land the road/roads are on, National Forest, State Forest, BLM & etc. Cost me a court appearance in South Lake Tahoe and $250. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 03/24/15 10:40am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Battery Trojan vs. LIfeline

I used this site and paid $300 for each of my LifeLine batteries, http://www.powerstridebattery.com/lifeline-agm-batteries/lifeline-gpl-4c-6volt-deep-cycle-agm-battery Since the batteries are sealed they are non-toxic and shipped FedEx without any extra cost. Shipping is FREE at present and was also when I purchased mine. Batteries arrived in just a couple of days and they are GREAT! Bought mine in Jan. '15. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 03/19/15 04:17pm Tech Issues
RE: Baja California March 17th

More info on this link, http://forums.bajanomad.com/viewthread.php?tid=78097 rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 03/18/15 08:56am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: I 10 in Texas

Have driven this route many times with current Motorhome and past 5er. Both can be a pain weekday rush hours. I recommend going thu on the weekend and timing is everything. Go thu San Antonio mid-late afternoon Sat using the North Bypass loop and stay the night at the Rest Area about 30-40 miles East of SA on 10. Get up early and go thu Houston Sunday morning as early as possible directly thu downtown 10. Worked for us every time. Texas has Rest Areas as nice as a lot of campgrounds with Wifi & Security in some and far from the road noise. Good luck! rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 03/03/15 06:58am Roads and Routes
RE: Between Solar Controller & Batteries, What?

Thank you EVERYONE for the responses. A special thanks to bka0721 of the fuse/switch I wanted to use but had not found any mounting Pics. Wiring is setup for more panels in the future if desired. Also found little cost difference, IMHO, between the heavier gauge wire and the lighter so went with the heavier as recommended by HandyBob. Thanks again, rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 02/28/15 07:01am Tech Issues
RE: Ok to run a generator at night if no one is around?

Run the gen, we do. BUT have new alarms, smoke & CO2 as they are only good for a few years. But we are always not near anyone. We camp mostly in warm locations so this is normal for us and the people we have been around. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 02/27/15 03:52pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
Between Solar Controller & Batteries, What?

What is between your Solar Controller and Batteries? Fuse, Breaker, Disconnect, nothing or what? Med to larger system; 720 watts, MPPT Controller & #4 wire to Controller and three feet of #2 to Batteries. Already have breaker between controller & panels. Thanks, rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 02/27/15 03:40pm Tech Issues
RE: PAL Rv Park

We checked out an RV Park on the West end of the lake once about 6 years ago. Didn't stay there as we like Chimulco. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 02/23/15 06:28am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Slabs and other sorrows

Let's have a reality check here. The people at the slabs (that live there full time) pay sales tax. Which is a pittance compared to the services they have received up to this point. Fire, Police, Water, etc. I'll take that deal. If you have read my previous posts I have excluded full time RVers. Why if they are also boondocking, dry camping or stealth camping? What is the difference? Just wondering! rocmoc n AZ/Mexico Because generally speaking the full timers are not going to be there long enough to freeload on the public services such as the Police and the Fire Department like the people living at the slabs do. So what is the difference (in your words) of a full timer freeloading multiple locations adding up in time and a person at the Slabs staying put for the same amount of time? Both depend on public services should they be needed, don't pay Property Taxes or State Income Taxes. Respectfully still just trying to understand the difference! rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 02/23/15 06:21am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Mexico newbie questions

A good place to start is http://www.rollinghomes.com/mexico%20book.htm and their book. Church's book, in the past, has been considered the Bible for RVing in Mexico. Can be purchased on Amazon and other sites. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 02/22/15 07:27pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Slabs and other sorrows

Let's have a reality check here. The people at the slabs (that live there full time) pay sales tax. Which is a pittance compared to the services they have received up to this point. Fire, Police, Water, etc. I'll take that deal. If you have read my previous posts I have excluded full time RVers. Why if they are also boondocking, dry camping or stealth camping? What is the difference? Just wondering! rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 02/22/15 07:45am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Parking for Copper Canyon Train

There is a campground at the South end of town on the Left. This is where we left our RV. They will take you to the train station or you can walk. We loved the train but only went to the Pink Hotel / Posada Barrancas Mirador , http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g151927-d1163899-Reviews-Posada_Barrancas_Mirador-Copper_Canyon_Northern_Mexico.html a little over halfway. We took the First Class train and made our way to the Wine / Drink car. Had a great time. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 02/18/15 09:32am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: 2 - 2000 watt vs 1 - 3000 watt noise level

Camped near someone running 2 Yamaha 2000s last month. They were loud! Much louder than my Onan diesel 7500. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 02/16/15 04:56pm Tech Issues
RE: Any tips for backing into my camping site solo?

Cut down all trees, move all large rocks and move the table! PRAY! rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 01/16/15 03:54pm Class A Motorhomes
Snowbird Video Blog / Vlog

Anyone have one they follow and want to share. I have enjoyed Technomadia, RVgeeks and nomadic fanatic (love just his cat) on Youtube. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 01/16/15 03:23pm Snowbirds
Video Blog / Vlog in Mexico

Anyone have any Vlogs / Video Blogs in/of Mexico that they follow? I have found a couple in the States I enjoy but nothing in Mexico. Found these things on Youtube and they are a great alternative to Blogs. Still enjoy a good blog but the video takes the blog to the next level. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 01/16/15 03:16pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Quartzsite snowbirds not here..Update They have arrived.

Could be our weather this year, even tho it is better than most of the States. The weather has been either very cold, very wet or very warm; very little moderate weather. Today Tucson was fogged-in which never happens & there was snow a few weeks ago! rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 01/14/15 08:34am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Pack Rats

d-CON in the pest section of hardware or grocery store. We have them big time also in AZ and killing them works best. Just put containers around the tires so they will eat it instead of coming in your coach or going after the wires of your vehicles. Have many friends that try to do the nice / right thing and have big bills repairing their vehicles and outside wiring. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 01/13/15 12:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison service in Phoenix/Tucson area

Williams Truck Service in Tucson is an Allison Shop. They serviced mine. They are on the internet. rocmoc n AZ/Mexico
rocmoc 01/13/15 06:59am Class A Motorhomes
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