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akadeadeye

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  1. I have a Non-Commercial, Class B license in Texas. My motorhome is 37,000 lbs. I took a written test, an air brake test, and a driving test one task of which was to back up 100 feet. Whoopie! I would have been more impressed if I had to back up 100 feet, avoiding 5 dogs, a pick-up truck parked too close to the RV park road, and swing it into a 16 ft. wide spot between two enormous cypress trees, all while ignoring the 7 people waving their arms and trying to get me to do what they say.😆 I don't know if the requirement does much good but I suppose it might. I do know there are hundreds of people driving a rig like mine who don't have the Class B, Non-Commercial. I do hope they do an air brake test occasionally. Don
  2. Why a PM? Why don't you share the info with everyone, Herman?
  3. If you get that bus fixed up you win an automatic role in the movie RV-2 ! Good Luck !
  4. We will be in Calgary/Banff area. Not going to Alaska this time.
  5. So Carl, where will you be the first week in July? Don
  6. How do you check turbo psi? Don
  7. I second spending a couple of days at The Henry Ford. It is a one of a kind museum indoors and out. We also visited the F150 Ford Truck Rouge factory. Great experience. Don
  8. Carl, it would have to be a 22 day cruise (not happening) or 22 days on an island since it is 2/22. We will be at Mardi Gras in Lafayette over that weekend and then Mardi Gras in Galveston.
  9. Happy New Year to All. We are planning something special on Feb. 2 and 22. Just the 2 of us! Don
  10. Old Sears catalog pages clogged up my pipes so I switched to Charmin. Don
  11. Cool paint job. Congrats on the new coach and welcome to the Forum. Don
  12. Welcome. Try to get away from Houston as often as you can! Don
  13. akadeadeye

    Tow dolly

    I agree. But we have a separate policy for our tow dolly with the same insurance company. State Farm. Runs about $36/yr. Don
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