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  1. Thanks for the reply, Bill. Yes, I have read the owners manual without success and trying to get information from the dealer is a waste of time unless you want to pay them for something so trivial and that's a shame because the RV itself is really nice.
  2. I recently bought a 2016 Class A Coachman Mirada 31FW. I've read everything I can get my hands on plus I've searched the motor home and the internet to locate the location of the fresh water tank, all to no avail. Does anyone know where it is located because I want to see if that is where the drain for it is. So, my problem is two fold, where is the tank and where is the drain valve to completely drain it? Any help will be greatly appreciated and thanks in advance should you be able to assist in this, my problem.
  3. Been towing a 2001 Honda CRV since new, have probably towed it over 50,000 miles, never touched a fuse, never any problems.
  4. I'll only address the fuel cost factor that impacts attendance at rallies. My first motorhome was purchased in 1971, gas was $.30/gal. We soon saw it double to $.60/gal, then thinking "how can I afford that ?". Somehow we adjusted, another doubling soon took place up to $1.20/gal, "do we get out of motorhoming ?". No we didn't we kept going. Needless to say, fuel prices kept climbing, so now we're in the $3.30/gal range. What happens if prices double to $6.60 ? Europe is a good example, gasoline prices currently range in the $7.00-$8.00/ gal area. You don't see many motorhomes the size of our class A, most are similar to our smaller class B or class C motorhomes. I believe the future will see many smaller fuel efficient motorhomes here in the US. Therefore rally attendance may still drop some more until we adjust to more fuel efficient motorhomes.
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