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RE: Class A automatic leveling never works!

Our problem is even on what appears to be level sites, the auto level goes till at least one wheel is off the ground. Will definitely try the manual, one jack at a time method. Thank you all for the feedback.
viajante 06/09/19 09:31am Class A Motorhomes
Online shopping for parts and supplies

What are the recommendations for the best, reliable websites to purchase RV parts and supplies?
viajante 06/07/19 01:52pm Class A Motorhomes
Class A automatic leveling never works!

We have a 2008 Itasca that we LOVE except for the leveling effort when we reach our destination. We've had mechanics look at the Power Gear leveling system many times but the issue continues! Went to the RV leveler blocks many years ago and now find those are cracking and generally need replacing. I understand those that love wood as a leveler, but we've attempted to keep things as lightweight as possible, without sacrificing safety. Does anyone have a suggestion? What brand of leveling blocks do you use? We're just not going to give up on this gem of a motor home. On the other hand we don't want to go to concrete slab destinations either! Thanks!
viajante 06/07/19 01:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wax on Wax off.

Next time try WashWaxAll, it basically eliminates using water and wax. Works great and no problem using it at a campground where washing is not permitted. I've been using it for about 8 years now on my motorhome and cars. https://washwax.com X2 It is the best waterless wash and wax product I have ever found.
viajante 05/28/19 09:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Be wary of National General Insurance

If you swerve to avoid anything and are the only vehicle involved in the accident, you are the one at fault, period. Who else could it be when no one else was involved. Sounds like you might work for an insurance company. Regardless of the (badly flawed) reasoning, it appears that NGI has a long history of questionable procedures and business practices. To see, look them up on Yelp. They have a one star rating and a lot of pissed off customers.
viajante 05/03/19 06:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Be wary of National General Insurance

My policy with them is up soon. I've never had a claim, so your story is disheartening to say the least. Care to recommend who you ended up with? I went back to Progressive. More money, but they are more of a professional and reasonable company to deal with. Good Sam Insurance should stop doing business with NGI. As someone else pointed out, they got a one star rating on Yelp.
viajante 05/02/19 03:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Be wary of National General Insurance

They have a one star rating on yelp: National General RV Insurance I did not see that. I relied on RV net recommendations and used a different web site that rated RV insurance companies.
viajante 05/02/19 03:23pm Class A Motorhomes
Be wary of National General Insurance

If you are considering getting RV insurance, please be wary of National General Insurance. My experience with them was the worst in my almost sixty years of driving (including 15 years with RVs). National General gave me a very reasonable rate and got very good ratings. However, when I had an accident my experience turned very sour. My accident occurred on a narrow curvy mountain road. As I was driving an oncoming vehicle drifted over the centerline. In order to avoid a head on collision, I had to swerve. This caused me to collide with the guard rail. Since the guard rail was very close to the road’s edge, the impact was unavoidable. National General found me 100% at fault, because I could not prove that another vehicle caused this impact. In fact, the adjuster even implied that I should have turned a 35 foot motorhome around on a narrow two lane road and chased the offender. They further kept focusing on irrelevant facts (such as there was no place for me to immediately stop). I have never been treated so rudely by any insurance company. To add insult to injury all of their approved repair shops in my area were those that I know were extremely marginal. Although I was allowed to choose an alternative, their language was strongly discouraging, with strong warnings that implied that they may not pay the full cost of repair. The coach was repaired, but it took 3 times as long as it should have, because of the incompetence of the repair facility. The final insult was that they more than doubled my rate (based on their bogus "at fault determination) I will never do business with this terrible unfriendly company again.
viajante 05/02/19 01:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ? Heat & Air on Ford Chassis?

My only concern is the use of gasoline. In my experience, the dash air drops your mileage almost 1 mile per gallon. Using the generator and the house air is a lot more economical and cools the entire coach. The dash heat should be okay to heat the cockpit. I just prefer the house heat.
viajante 03/13/19 01:58pm Class A Motorhomes
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