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RE: Can I rent your RV?

Absolutely NO! If she is asking then she doesn’t understand the situation, or the potential for problems. And during the COVID era I personally know everyone sleeping in my bed. Fill ’00 Subaru. ’08 GoldWing 1800 2012 Roll-A-Home, Eagle 1 trailer GWRRA, Thousand Trails, IBMC (We’ve downsized)
fill 08/16/21 02:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for info on Insurance

In RV’ing the name of the game is TRAVEL! Now that the Canadian border is opening up just remember the Canadian Gov’t has higher insurance coverage requirements. Make sure your US Insurance company will give you a “Canada Non-Resident Inter-Province Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance Card”. It says that you US carrier will cover the increased limits, and is good for one year. Should be little or no charge, anyway Markel just dropped mine in the mail. My RV is a motorcycle pulling a camping trailer. The deer didn’t see me in time so he just TRIED to jump over me. No I didn’t go down. According to RCMP ‘We have so many deer accidents up here (Alberta; Trans-Canada 3) we don’t even make out a report unless there’s human injury. Fill ’08 GL 1800 Pulling a ’80 Eagle 1 Trailer or ’12 Roll A Home (wide bed, brakes) GWRRA
fill 07/21/21 10:29pm General RVing Issues
SEMI cameras

Last week I braved the wilds and drug my RAH camper through the hiways of Atlanta, a situation reminiscent of driving through St. Louis and worse than the Los Angeles system. But away I went. Now we have all heard the excuse “I just didn’t see him, Officer”. The GoldWing is big enough, but I was worried no one would see the trailer and do a quick lane change into it. It sits only about 36 inches high so that some Van/Pick-up/Semi wouldn’t see it. Didn’t happen. What did happen was in the stop & go traffic of the Interstate merges a Semi stopped leaving about 6 inches between his bumper and my trailer. There is no way he could see over his hood at ‘lil ol me’. The question is; Are some truckers putting those RV back-up cameras on their front bumpers? Fill ’08 GL 1800 Pulling a ’80 Eagle 1 Trailer or ’12 Roll A Home (wide bed, brakes) GWRRA
fill 07/21/21 09:57pm General RVing Issues
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