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RE: Conversion Vans not allowed at some RV Parks?

I suspect that most people posting here are unaware that in every jurisdictions I've ever looked at, the RVIA or CSA Z-240 endorsement is required by law in order to stay in a campground in an RV. In this litigious society we live in I doubt ANY park owner will knowingly 'look the other way' on a legally required safety issue. Sure you might get past a few parks management but the registration form always asks for the make of the RV so 'none' might stick out. I do not ever recall being asked the make of our RV. Size and type, yes, make, never!
Sea Dog 09/25/17 06:28am General RVing Issues
RE: Conversion Vans not allowed at some RV Parks?

If the RVIA sticker is indeed the major hang up, have one made and stick it on. I don't put too much faith in the RVIA anyway because they certify all the RV's and we all know how crappy they are built. AdamIf we don't want your rig in our park, we will turn it away for one reason or another. RVIA certification does mean that it was built by a company that supposedly knew how to wire the electrical circuits, the plumbing etc. The reasoning behind only allowing RVIA is a safety issue, a concern for our facilities and quite honestly, an easy way to turn away schoolies, hippie mobiles and rent-a-wreck vans driven by Buffalo Bob wannabes. But if you insist in trying to circumvent those motivations by a sticker, I will easily come up with another way, up to and including, "sorry, your rig does not meet our standards, and we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason". I will bet that your park is a real fun place to be. You remind me of the Soup Nazi on the old Seinfeld show!
Sea Dog 09/24/17 12:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Conversion Vans not allowed at some RV Parks?

Write "Prevost" across the font with a magic marker. Problem solved!
Sea Dog 09/22/17 11:08am General RVing Issues
RE: Suburban furcance prob lem

Long shot. I had this problem, the service guy found a small knat (bug) in the orifice. He said this is very common!
Sea Dog 09/12/17 06:47pm Beginning RVing
RE: Will driving with slides out affect MPG?

I don't see any plates on it. I'm thinking new trailer being delivered to a dealer. Another brand new TT fresh out of the factory! Just needs to go through a little dealer prep and it will be ready for a brand new customer to sign on the dotted line! :B Best one yet! Thanks guys! Keystone? So, why the Keystone bash. From your sig, I do not see a Prevost mentioned!
Sea Dog 09/12/17 01:30pm Beginning RVing
RE: Animal rights activists harrass fisherman

If they had taken my fish, I am certain that there would have been something for the cops to do when they arrived!
Sea Dog 07/18/17 11:03am Around the Campfire
RE: Truck slams into RV on I-75 Florida

Amazing how all of the old farts suddenly in an RV know so much more than the truckers with hundreds of thousands if not millions of miles under their belt!
Sea Dog 07/15/17 06:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: What is the average hourly repair rate?

What is the RV repair rate in my area ???? TOO MUCH !! I don't go to them but, just for giggles I requested a quote to re-coat the rubber roof on my 20 foot TT. They said 1000 dollars. I hung up the phone. I found a way to do it myself in a afternoon for under 300. Mind telling us which coating you used?
Sea Dog 07/07/17 08:46am General RVing Issues
RE: Check this old girl out, never seen one like it before.

Not enough snob appeal. You have to impress the natives!
Sea Dog 07/05/17 05:57am General RVing Issues
RE: When is an RV purchase final?

Seems to me that there are a few here with whom I would not be interesting in dealing with. When did it get to the point that one needs papers signed by a lawyer to force one to keep his word?
Sea Dog 05/13/17 07:54pm Beginning RVing
RE: When is an RV purchase final?

This is not about one party questioning what was in the deal. It is about one party changing his mind and wanting to go elsewhere. Below is quoted from the original post. I am referring to this a handshake deal is everything talk and those naive enough to think that alone can encompass all aspects of the deal. I do not consider myself naive when it comes to business. I do, however, still believe that a handshake cements the deal. Any attempts to wiggle out after reflect more on you than on I!
Sea Dog 05/13/17 05:33pm Beginning RVing
RE: When is an RV purchase final?

I must be getting old! To me, a handshake is a deal, superseding any paper work. What ever happened to "his word is his bond"?
Sea Dog 05/13/17 09:08am Beginning RVing
RE: Protecting The Truck

One service that the protective contraptions do is provide a laugh for the natives. I asked about headlight covers in Whitehorse, the Ford parts guy laughed and said" we only sell those to tourists"!
Sea Dog 02/20/17 10:14am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Walmart

Why is it almost always large, fancy class A (busses) seen overnighting at Walmart etc? Are the owners of class C's and trailers actually dumb enough to pay the overnight fee at a campground?
Sea Dog 02/19/17 07:47am General RVing Issues
RE: Snowbird Longevity, and related

As Canadians, we will stop wintering in Florida when we are priced out of out of country insurance.
Sea Dog 12/11/16 01:41pm Snowbirds
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