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RE: RVs and California's Planned Power Outages

Living in Florida, we use our RV as an emergency venue in case of hurricanes. We keep the waste tanks empty, water and fuel tanks full so we can live in it in all its self contained glory. Saved us from installing a home generator as many neighbors have done at a cost of tens of thousands of dollars. There have been times when we lost power for up to 4 days and we were completely comfortable in the RV. Of course it could be longer. We can dry camp for at least 10 days before we would have to find dump and fill facilities.
MRUSA 11/07/19 07:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hard baseball sized "bump" outside RV

. (live in SW FL so factory trip is out of the question.) Wrong answer. You have a lot of money at stake. A trip to Iowa would be the smartest thing you could do. If you can’t get away, maybe you could find someone to drive it there for you.
MRUSA 08/12/19 05:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Does Your State Require a SBS

Why does this matter and who cares? Its just irresponsible to tow a vehicle without a supplemental braking system in place. Just do the right thing and you won't have to worry about it. I agree completely.
MRUSA 08/11/19 12:22pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Tiffin Motorhome repair Red Bay rule change

Th reason people like to go to the factory for repairs and service is they know what they are doing. We have had many expensive encounters with RV Dealers. They can't keep or don't want to, good people as they cost too much, from what I've seen. Since American Coach has changed things I'm not sure we can get in either. We're over ten years old. Use to have drop in service. Don't think they do now. Out on the road and anything happens, we have been burned three times. Go to the factory, it might cost more but peace of mind it will be fixed right and expedidiously. Dealers you never know. We have had our Mh sit at one for over two months at a time and repairs not done, or not right and damage done and parts taken off. Correct. This is true of ALL brands. The overwhelming majority of dealers do not know what they are doing, don’t care, or are swamped with work. They tend to require long lead times, do shoddy work, and overcharge. Many will not touch a coach that they didn’t sell. A visit to the factory gets the problem fixed on the first attempt, by someone who knows what they are doing. The dealers often need multiple attempts and the work is not done in a quality fashion. The difficulties in getting Tiffin factory service are why I won’t buy a Tiffin.
MRUSA 06/25/19 03:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: GoodSams Early Renewal $50 Gift Certificates

GS clearly explains the offer. The complainers didn’t read the terms.They didn’t clearly explain the terms to me. They didn’t explain the terms at all to me. They just told me that I was getting merchandise certificates, and nothing else. The first time I learned the terms was after they had taken my money and after I got home and read the certificates that they had sold me. If ever there was a scam, this qualifies. I will bet you that 90% of people do not get what they were led to believe they would get. P.S. I live over 100 miles from the nearest Camping World so using the certificates under the circumstances required is very unlikely. CW knows that because they have my address in their computer. There is no way I was going to be able to use these “benefits”.
MRUSA 05/27/19 07:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire Dealer trying to sell me older tires, what do I do?

Tires are not made every day in every size, they are made in batches. Depending on sales volume they may make your tire once a year or less. Lets say they make them in January. If you order tires in February the tires you get will be a month or two old. If you order them in November the tires you get will be roughly a year old. There is nothing that the tire dealer can do to change this.
MRUSA 05/16/19 08:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dealer never put TITLE in my name, am I stuck??

The FL DMV is very strict. If the dealer did not act properly he could lose his license and his livelihood. I would contact FL DMV
MRUSA 04/08/19 10:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Michelin 22.5 tires

The safety standards are MINIMUM standards. Just because all tires meet the minimum doesn’t mean they are all as good as each other. Some brands exceed the minimum standards, ride smoother, quieter, or last longer than others. My Michelins are going on 7 years old and still look like brand new. Not a crack on any of them and the tread looks perfect too. (At 35,000 miles they are hardly used.) They ride great, handle great, and are quiet. I will replace them soon due to age, and the new tires will be Michelins.
MRUSA 04/02/19 09:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tow Bar In or Tow Bar Out?

I have a Roadmaster Sterling towbar and it only locks in the extended position. I usually hook it up in the retracted or partially retracted position and it extends and self-locks as soon as I pull forward in the motorhome.
MRUSA 03/20/19 03:44pm Dinghy Towing
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