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RE: Work-anywhere towing assistance?

Lots of suggestions to follow up on; thanks! Good Sam plans, Coach-Net, AAA. I'm ashamed that I asked and got lots of suggestions but have had no time to research them yet. But I will; I promise! And will post when I decide. I think some of these plans have a 10 year age limit for the vehicle though. My truck and trailer are both well beyond that - but well maintained. Lack of cell coverage doesn't bother me that much. That is pretty rare in the places I travel. Peace of mind would be worth a lot to us - especially my wife. Breaking down in a car is one thing; a trailer is much different: far fewer places to repair, and fewer people who can drive it. We need this before she will agree to a long distance trip like MA to NM planned for next year As to whether I can drive with a broken left wrist: It is way harder than you might think. And mixed answers about legality. I have even heard that if I am in an accident and they find out I had an arm in a cast I could be denied all coverage! Do I believe it? Not sure. And nobody will give me a straight answer. And it's not just the driving, which I can manage. It is all the other things associated with driving the trailer: hooking up the w.d. hitch, connecting hoses, cables, etc. Craning my neck to look while backing up, etc. Way harder than you might think. I can drive a bit, but trailering is out of the question for now.
solismaris 09/14/21 06:34pm General RVing Issues
Work-anywhere towing assistance?

Recently broke my wrist and couldn't drive. Luckily friends back home came out the 90 miles and We got truck and trailer home. If I was far from home though? The convenience of calling a work-anywhere phone number for: - Mechanical breakdown: repair or tow to suitable facility - Personal injury: Get truck and trailer home somehow. It can be insurance, or pay-for-service - either way. I just need that I can call it 24/7 anywhere in the USA and get reliably dispatched to locals Does such a thing exist?
solismaris 09/06/21 06:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: best replacement range hood

Hmm... The Fabulous kit looks interesting but was not the one I had in mind. And it wasn't the Hengs either. I had bookmarked something about a year ago that I thought I had learned about in these forums and hoped to upgrade this year. But sadly I lost the bookmark and I can't find it searching the forum. Does anyone have other recommendations? The one I remember was not an upgrade kit but a complete replacement of the entire unit.
solismaris 02/17/21 04:25pm General RVing Issues
best replacement range hood

Is there a consensus on the best replacement hood for the standard rv range? Quiet, good flow, lighting, drop in replacement for standard (loud) unit?
solismaris 02/16/21 07:42pm General RVing Issues
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