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RE: Renewal Rates - Holy Smokes!!!

I have been towed once in the last 10 years and it cost me $75 and that was 2 years ago. My truck insurance picked up the bill. Most policy's have RSA included or available at a small cost.
Bird Freak 04/19/19 09:44am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Hitch longevity

My class 8 truck had over a million miles on it when sold. Just kept hitch clean and lubed well.
Bird Freak 04/17/19 07:42pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Gas pumps and Flying J

It was not worth the trouble for me anymore so I started buying fuel much cheaper at other stations before getting rid of the mh.
Bird Freak 04/15/19 05:57pm Good Sam Club
RE: Question on Selling FW Hitch

Just sell the hitch without rails.
Bird Freak 04/14/19 06:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Kissimmie Store/Rotten Customer Service!

I used to buy everything rv related from CW. I had several issues with them years ago and will not set foot in one to this day.
Bird Freak 04/14/19 11:51am Camping World Service and Installation
RE: UPDATE: Hard starting Cummins ISM

Sounds like air in the fuel system. Maybe a bad seal on filter.
Bird Freak 04/14/19 09:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Key West question

Go! Have fun! Watch out for the little Key deer.
Bird Freak 04/13/19 06:40pm Roads and Routes
RE: Half-price camping for seniors in Maryland State Parks.

I wish Georgia cared about their senior campers like some other states!
Bird Freak 04/13/19 06:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RIP - JohnnyT

RIP JT, You will be missed my friend.
Bird Freak 04/13/19 05:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Pullrite or Demco Superslide for a short bed.

Been using Pullrite for 10 yrs. No problems at all.
Bird Freak 04/12/19 06:37pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Is this legal???

Just my opinion here and I am not a lawyer. If OP had paid a deposit for site I would say it was open to a price increase for the other nights not paid for. If OP paid in full I would think all nights were paid for before price increase and should be honored. So what if the campground requires a 100% deposit? What percentage you paid doesn't matter...it's what the contract terms set out that counts. Example: Airlines can kick you off the plane after...you've paid in full, received your boarding card, passed thru security and are buckled into your seat. All very much legal, because the contract terms you agreed to allow for it (and no the airline doesn't walk you thru all the terms and conditions, that's your burden)Then it is not a deposit to hold it is a paid in full contract. This is about as crazy as me selling someone a classic car on the internet and being paid in full at that time with the understanding he will pick it up at a later set date. Then telling him the prices on all our cars went up a few thousand dollars a month later. Now I tell him he owes me more for the car he already owns. Just stupid in my opinion.We take a deposit equal to one night's stay on one night reservations. I guess I have been treating it wrong all these years. From now on I will abide by the code of internet contract law and realize it is payment in full, completed contract. That means a one night reservation will not be subject to our deposit refund policies which is to refund all but a processing fee when cancelled within the cancellation period. This saves me a lot of work refunding those deposits and re-renting the site. And that doesn't even take into account the fact that paid for, but unused sites don't use any utilities, don't require cleaning, don't ever require any customer service so they are pure profit. If anyone has a problem, I will point out that to refund any money would require breaking a sacred contract and nobody wants that. Thanks for pointing out the errors of my ways.If this is what you got out of my opinion then maybe you are not as bright as I thought.
Bird Freak 04/09/19 03:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: Is this legal???

Just my opinion here and I am not a lawyer. If OP had paid a deposit for site I would say it was open to a price increase for the other nights not paid for. If OP paid in full I would think all nights were paid for before price increase and should be honored. So what if the campground requires a 100% deposit? What percentage you paid doesn't matter...it's what the contract terms set out that counts. Example: Airlines can kick you off the plane after...you've paid in full, received your boarding card, passed thru security and are buckled into your seat. All very much legal, because the contract terms you agreed to allow for it (and no the airline doesn't walk you thru all the terms and conditions, that's your burden)Then it is not a deposit to hold it is a paid in full contract. This is about as crazy as me selling someone a classic car on the internet and being paid in full at that time with the understanding he will pick it up at a later set date. Then telling him the prices on all our cars went up a few thousand dollars a month later. Now I tell him he owes me more for the car he already owns. Just stupid in my opinion.
Bird Freak 04/09/19 03:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Is this legal???

Just my opinion here and I am not a lawyer. If OP had paid a deposit for site I would say it was open to a price increase for the other nights not paid for. If OP paid in full I would think all nights were paid for before price increase and should be honored.
Bird Freak 04/08/19 08:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Trying to narrow down a short list of SUV for wife

Wife loves her Kia Sorento. 230K trouble free miles. New ones with V6 are still rear wheel drive.
Bird Freak 04/05/19 08:11am Tow Vehicles
RE: using the oven while on the road

We did it a couple of times when we had the mh. I would not with the 5er. Im not in there to watch it.
Bird Freak 04/04/19 08:55pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: RV Shower Hot (or cold) water blast

My shower head has a small drizzle when shut off at head. Solved that problem and boosted pressure. oxygenics head.
Bird Freak 04/04/19 06:46pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Issues with gages and cruise control

Gauges doing that is a common problem with the W22 chassis.
Bird Freak 04/02/19 07:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sales Puffery?

I got bored and stopped it.I got bored and never started it.I could only watch it a couple of minutes.:Z
Bird Freak 03/27/19 05:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: good sam benefits vs. cons

You can get the same discount on CG's with AARP or several others most of the time. As for discount at CW you can buy much cheaper at Amazon.
Bird Freak 03/27/19 08:53am Beginning RVing
RE: Air compressor for 115 psi

I just bought a Porter Gable {sic} pancake 6 gallon 150psi from Home depot for $99.00 Works great!I had one. It was so loud I didn't dare air up a tire at 6am. So I got a Rolair.Im not going anywhere at 6am!:B
Bird Freak 03/27/19 08:48am Fifth-Wheels
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