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RE: Blow outs and tires

We’ve been on the road full time for over 8 years now, have pulled the TH 65,000 miles, and have had 6 tire failures. I have always used a TPMS system and check pressure every travel day. Thing is, these rigs are heavy, our nation’s roads are in very sorry condition, and stuff happens. I carry a full spare plus always carry an extra unmounted tire because roadside assistance can mount a tire on the road. I have had 2 failures at the same time before. The front tire delaminated and the trash from it ripped the steel valve off the tire behind it. Btw, the myth of China bombs is just that. I’ve run into many full-timers and they have had failures with American made brands. Anyway, good luck and check your tires at each stop. You may spot an upcoming failure before it happens.
arhayes 10/27/22 08:02am Toy Haulers
RE: Medicare For Full Timers

Medicare plans avbl are state specific, so important you closely review MA plans in your state. In our case, TX does not offer any that are in network nationwide, so we have used Part G plans which have worked out very well. Costs more, but I need no referrals and the coverage is excellent. We’ve been FT for 8 yrs (3 while covered under Medicare) and it has worked for us. Choose wisely.
arhayes 10/13/22 09:32pm Full-time RVing
RE: DMV issues

The Escapees website has a section with info on domicile issues. I’d check here
arhayes 10/07/22 09:38am Full-time RVing
RE: Automatic Transfer Switch problem

The breakers was also my first thought, but since you bypassed the AT switch and it worked, that’s probably not it. I’m assuming your Genny puts out 44amps and you’re not exceeding capacity? Mine will only run 2 of my 3 AC’s. If you’re comfortable digging into the ATS, you can cut off power and look at the Genny side solenoids to make sure the contacts are clean. Barring that, it’ll need replacement. I had to replace mine 2 yrs ago (rig was 6 yrs old) got the same one installed in my rig off Amazon. Pretty straightforward replacement.
arhayes 09/19/22 02:12pm Tech Issues
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