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RE: Slab sinking

There are companies that will drill it and shoot expanding foam under it to lift it. Probably some diy people on YouTube
azrving 01/01/23 08:09am General RVing Issues
RE: Then what?

Is lithium better or the same as cobalt and other minerals? My son is a chemical engineer that is working on an feasibility project at the salton sea to get lithium. We haven’t talked about it lately so I don’t know what they determined
azrving 12/30/22 05:42pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Then what?

Reisend Thanks for explaining. I was thinking wth lol
azrving 12/29/22 10:38pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Then what?

We have full self drive (beta) on our car. It’s probably a few years away from being a level 5 autonomous system like that but it’s actually not far off. We like it. Mostly voice control. Kinda cool.Excellent. How many traffic deaths and injuries are caused by humans every year...? Yah true. We have had some enlightening situations. Couple weeks ago we couldn’t figure out why it did a hard brake. Bad winter visibility. We didn’t see the lady approaching the crosswalk, but Jarvis did. (My wife’s name for her Tesla). Jarvis waited until she crossed and then continued on. Last week it turned o to a street with a delivery van that was stopped. It was tight as it had to go between the delivery van and a parked car on the other side, it slowed down, put the mirrors in, went thru, put the mirrors out and continued on its way. Very cool. It’s not perfect and still has a few intersections it doesn’t handle well but it improves with every update. (About once per month). When the lines are poor or snow covered it struggles. It needs constant monitoring and one must be ready to take over at any time. But it’s a level 2 system and that’s the way it is…for now. Hold on now. Lol. Let me be sure that I understand what you are saying. While it’s in autonomous mode you have to be ready to respond at any moment? If it’s in autonomous mode that would seem to indicate that the driver is relaxing and paying attention to other things. If you had to take over in a flash wth do you do? If you were not paying attention to everything that you would be paying attention to while you were driving how can you instantly know everything that’s going on when you have to take over It seems safer to just drive it and eliminate that possibility. Nothing wrong with high tech tools to sense things and help the driver but remain in control
azrving 12/29/22 09:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Then what?

Autonomous driving isn’t actually a good thing either. If they can drive the vehicle without a driver why let people drive. I’ve watched some manufacturer presentations that talked about the future of transportation and it’s not about individual vehicle ownership. It’s about subscription type services that fleets of vehicles to pick you up and drop you off. He said markets will open where companies specialize in interior replacement and cleaning Interior cameras will keep an eye on things and regular checks and cleaning will be done along with a type of high tech sanitary treatment between passengers. People can think it’s far fetched but in the green agenda it’s far far more realistic than thinking that we are going to RV. Tell me one way that packing up and leaving your house to travel all over is green The other side of autonomous driving is that when medical reasons take your license away you’ll be able to keep your independence. Just jump in the car and say “take me to Walmart” or “the hospital” or wherever. We have full self drive (beta) on our car. It’s probably a few years away from being a level 5 autonomous system like that but it’s actually not far off. We like it. Mostly voice control. Kinda cool. It’s not a bad thing but a lot of people probably only look at it as a thing that is there if they want to use vs the whole system changing and it won’t include RVing. It would be far safer saving hundreds of thousands of lives each year and billions in care. It’s a system that wouldn’t include me driving a 1 ton diesel truck with a FW and a utility trailer behind it carrying two quads and two dirt bikes so we can ride around in the desert It’s sort of energy intensive lol I don’t think Klaus at the WEF would approve
azrving 12/29/22 09:40pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Then what?

Autonomous driving isn’t actually a good thing either. If they can drive the vehicle without a driver why let people drive. I’ve watched some manufacturer presentations that talked about the future of transportation and it’s not about individual vehicle ownership. It’s about subscription type services that fleets of vehicles to pick you up and drop you off. He said markets will open where companies specialize in interior replacement and cleaning Interior cameras will keep an eye on things and regular checks and cleaning will be done along with a type of high tech sanitary treatment between passengers. People can think it’s far fetched but in the green agenda it’s far far more realistic than thinking that we are going to RV. Tell me one way that packing up and leaving your house to travel all over is green
azrving 12/29/22 06:07pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Then what?

I,m 76 not going to worry about it. my future grand kids will talk about the old days. I remember 22.ct gas. Gas wars. Remember those.
azrving 12/29/22 05:57pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: its about time

It will give more people the opportunity to get a site, as long as they enforce it, don't be like your cousins to the south, most of our Federal and State parks have a 14 day limit, unfortunately many times it's not enforced, or looped around, by playing the name game, this time, the site is reserved in hubby's name, next 14 days is reserved in wifey's name. Is it legal to rotate from name to name. I mean if they had a rule against it they would stop it wouldn’t they? If you are saying it’s a moral issue we have to realize that it’s 2022 lol. There are people in here that think that someone driving the speed limit is a nuisance and they should be driving with the flow of traffic even if it’s speeding Selective rules or morals I guess
azrving 12/29/22 05:48pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Then what?

They don’t intend on everyone driving. Don’t call it a conspiracy theory, those have all been coming true. Did anyone notice the recent remarks about not charging your ev because of energy shortages In the green agenda one of the last thing in the world We’ll be doing is driving off to sit somewhere else while your house sits there empty.
azrving 12/29/22 05:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Buying a Former Rental Class C. How many of us out there?

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azrving 11/15/22 09:14pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: It's like Christmas!

Salt is a killer on RV frames. No dip process or decent paint job.
azrving 11/15/22 09:11pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Portable Solar Generators

This a very well written advertisement, oops, I mean report. Lol
azrving 09/07/22 06:44am Tech Issues
RE: Do you think this can be repaired?

It will be far far worse than it looks when you open it.
azrving 07/26/22 08:47pm Truck Campers
RE: Electric Ford F-150 and Four Wheel Camper Make Alaska Run

If it’s about emissions reduction and the environment why even leave home? It’s running on coal and natural gas
azrving 07/26/22 08:41pm Truck Campers
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