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RE: California Non-commercial class A license ***New question***

And don't forget the CHP has been unconstitutionally pulling over triple axle toy haulers near the dunes and river (for many years) to check if the driver has the correct license.
azdryheat 12/07/19 01:55pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Want to start an RV park...

My former SIL built a small RV park in downtown Tucson and he had no idea the obstacles the city would put in the way. A total exercise in frustration. He told me most people think you just install the utilities and sit back and collect the rent but it's much, much more than that. But he got it built and sold it recently.
azdryheat 12/07/19 07:10am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: No more full size cars from GM

We were looking at sedans recently but found them too low and too hard to get in and out of. We bought a Toyota Highlander SUV and problem solved.
azdryheat 12/07/19 07:03am Tow Vehicles
RE: Want to start an RV park...

You're not the first to come here seeking advice. Look around, there other threads on your topic.
azdryheat 12/06/19 02:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: cell phone in Mexico

I've got a Verizon Unlimited Plan. I flew into San Diego on Tuesday and my phone welcomed me to Mexico. I don't ever plan to visit Mexico but I guess my phone will work there.
azdryheat 12/05/19 10:52pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: hwy 89 near crand canyon

The 89 is passible by almost any vehicle including 18-wheelers. It is part of the primary route from Flagstaff to Salt Lake City. Now, the 89A is another story and is not recommended for large RV's.
azdryheat 12/04/19 10:26pm Roads and Routes
RE: The buy local fallacy

The problems I had on my Voltage I fixed myself. Get good at DIY and you won't need a dealer. If you can't fix it then find an independent technician.
azdryheat 12/04/19 11:37am General RVing Issues
RE: What jack to have onboard for roadside tire changes?

I carry a bottle jack. My trailer also has 6 hydraulic jacks to lift all the tires at one time if I want. At work I've learned just how heavy 22.5 tires are minus the wheel rim. I sure wouldn't try changing one of them on the road. Plus 22.5 requires special tools to remove the lug nuts. I would just call a tire repair service. We had a class C with a flat 19 tire at one our rv shows and the repair folks came out and removed the tire from the rim and put on a new one on in no time. Great service.
azdryheat 12/02/19 09:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: NM-26 Between Hatch and Deming, New Mexico

I always use the Hatch route. BTW, Hatch chilies are the best anywhere. If you go through there Thurs-Sunday stop in to Sparky's restaurant.
azdryheat 12/02/19 08:53am Roads and Routes
RE: Grand Design owners forum

Won't be long before GD in inundated with posts and will have to pull the plug.
azdryheat 12/01/19 03:21pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV Camp Suggtions around Burley Id. 84 hiway area?

Have you tried searching by pressing the RV Parks button at the top of this page? It works pretty well finding parks.
azdryheat 11/30/19 09:56pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Flattest routes from GA To Nashville,TN

I am waiting to see what the guys of the Rocky Mountain states & westwards have to say about difficult grades.I've been to GA and TN and have driven those hills. I wouldn't call them mountains. OP better stay far away from my neck of the woods if he finds those hills so 'unnerving'. lol
azdryheat 11/30/19 09:54pm Roads and Routes
RE: is this enough truck to replace my F150 ECO?

No, you can never get ENUF truck.
azdryheat 11/27/19 04:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: Howling wind

I tow in stronger winds.
azdryheat 11/25/19 02:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: V 10 mpg

I drive 'em empty and rarely get better than 7 MPG. But then I'm usually pushing it to make a flight back.
azdryheat 11/25/19 02:48pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Wrong Equipment?

Just needs airbags.
azdryheat 11/24/19 03:49pm Beginning RVing
RE: Quick question about oil changes

Check your owner's manual. Ford says change the oil every 7,500 miles or every 6 months for normal service. So, twice a year for your Winnebago. BTW, oil changes are cheap insurance.
azdryheat 11/23/19 02:09pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Anyone gone on a Cruise?

Cruises are a huge waste of money, but then, so are RV's.
azdryheat 11/22/19 01:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tucson to Depoe Bay, Oregon

I routinely deliver motorhomes to our Sacramento store from Tucson. I, and many other drivers have tried many routes the following is our favorite. This route is very motorhome friendly. I take I-10 to Quartzite, then north on the 95 to Parker, then the 62 west to Vidal Junction, then north on the 95 to I-40 near Needles. An alternate, and just as good, is I-10 to Blythe, then north on the 95 to I-40. Take I-40 west where it becomes the 58 (just west of Barstow). The 58 will take you into Bakersfield where you can go north on either the 99 or I-5. Watch that the 99/58 intersection is under construction and the 99 might be your only choice, as it was last August. Both roads merge into one at Sacramento. Then take I-5 north to your destination.
azdryheat 11/20/19 04:32pm Roads and Routes
RE: leaking grease seal.

Yes, the leaking grease could wind up on the brake shoes.
azdryheat 11/19/19 07:05pm Travel Trailers
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