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RE: Front glass window protection

As jwfails says, for Lance trailers, Autoweave in Denver makes covers. They are vinyl, and can be ordered with a closed-cell foam backing. They sew snaps into the cover, and supply snaps with adhesive backs to put on your trailer. I have one on my trailer, and have traveled about 8,000 miles with no problems with the snaps. Cover is on when we are on the road, and I remove it when we get to camp. If you have the dimensions of your window, Autoweave may very well make a cover for you. They have been making covers for the Lance window for a few years, so they have it down very well. I think mine was about $225, but that is with a template they already have. Very-well worth it, in my book. I have replaced my pickup windshield twice since I got our trailer. Not worth the risk to the trailer window, when a cover can likely prevent the breakage.
avoidcrowds 03/12/20 03:23pm Travel Trailers
RE: 4 season camping

We have a 2017 Lance 1995. It is 4-season. That said, I have had water lines freeze into the bathroom in 7°F, and the line to the water pump froze at -2°F. I stayed plenty-warm in the trailer (furnace ran just under half the time with thermostat set at 65°) when temps were below 10°F. I don't know if any TT is really going to fare well with temps below 10°F longer than overnight. Even with furnace running, the Lance has water lines running around the perimeter, so they don't get heat, even with the cupboards left open. Around the perimeter of the bathroom gets no heat from the furnace, that I can tell. Good luck!
avoidcrowds 01/22/20 09:02pm Travel Trailers
RE: Aftermarket trailer backup assist

I am not seeing where showing me the angle between the trailer and TV will help me back. I look in my mirrors, and can't tell you the angle of approach. I think that is where the rear-facing camera is more helpful than the angle. What am I missing?
avoidcrowds 12/05/19 10:10am Travel Trailers
RE: Suggestions please!

"Tara, if you want a relatively quiet experience and better security, think about RV parks," I see what you are doing, profdant, keeping boondocking to those of us already doing it. :B Tell others that campgrounds are better, and all.
avoidcrowds 11/25/19 03:08pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
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