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RE: Where is everyone getting their wiper blades?

Well the RV dealer in my area wanted $100.00 for the 30 inch ones. I stopped at Walmart on the way home and purchesed a pair for $25.00!
lawjohnson 09/28/19 10:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diminshed Value Claims

Diminished value is a joke. So if I had an accident that damaged a front axle on a vehicle or a fender. And it was replaced with new? How is the vehicle worth any less? The vehicle is repaired to how it was before the accident. So how is it now worth less? The only way it would be worth less is if the repair wasn’t done properly and corners were cut. I don't think you understand the meaning of diminished value. Try this, you go looking for a vehicle. You find two of the exact same year, make, model, color, miles, etc., etc. They both drive and were maintained in same shape. Now, you pull a vehicle history report and notice that one has an adverse notation of "Accident - Front End - Major" showing. Are you saying you would not value the one without the accident higher and the one with the accident lower? Take a car/truck into a dealer to trade it in that has had damage that was reported and on a car facts and see what happens. You will not be offered as much as a car with a clean car fax.
lawjohnson 09/20/19 11:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diminshed Value Claims

Diminished Value is not a term that insurance companies like to hear unless it is in thier favor. Example: I had a rebuilt title 98 Buick Riviera that I used as a daily commuter. I bought it at an insurance auction, it had a damaged front bumper cover, left headlight and fender. I repaired it, less than 2K for parts, (this was a few years back). I drove it for years and then gave it to my son who was promply rear ended by someone talking on their phone instead of paying attention to what they were doing. They had no insurance, ours covered it on the uninsured motorist coverage. At the time it was worth about 4500 per the blue book, they paid 2k! The reason?? it had been totaled before! Did they give me a 50% discount on the coverage costs all the time I had it insured with them? NO!!! Rant over.... Get a lawyer. That is the only way to fight it. IT will not be worth it. The legal fees are going to more than surpass any gains you will get on the diminished value claim.
lawjohnson 09/20/19 11:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: For Standard Gear, What's your ladder of choice?

I use the Little Giant but I have a pass through in one of my bays so I can slide it in there sideways.
lawjohnson 09/20/19 11:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Foggy Door Glass

Too far away for you I would think but there is a place in Oregon that cuts new laminated glass to replace the foggy. We are having ours done on the way to AZ in November. $325.00 out the door. 3-4 hour delay on the trip is all. That and I can get it tinted as well at no extra charge! Not sure if I'm going to do that or not.
lawjohnson 09/20/19 11:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I got the shakes

I had a car that was like that. New tires and it shook. Back to the tire store for a re-balance... same thing. Was told it was not the tires must be something else. I asked why it did not have the problem before and they just looked at me. Took it of all places to Walmart since I had to do a bunch of shopping anyway, an hour later... no shake! Went back to the folks I bought the tires from and they STILL insisted that it was the car, not their equipment! Just food for thought.
lawjohnson 09/20/19 10:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Solar Panels

1000 sq inches of panel will be aprox 100W. That's what I was looking for! Thank you!! :B
lawjohnson 08/27/19 10:39pm Class A Motorhomes
Solar Panels

Good evening all, I have a HR Class A that we purchased used. It has three solar panels on the roof that are stationary. The solar system is charging the batteries, (4 6V GC 140Ah units new this year) Question: How do I tell what the wattage is of the installed panels? We are going to AZ in November and would like to do a bit of boondocking but I'm concerned that I may not have enough power. I remember seeing somewhere there was a way to measure it but for the life of me I can't find the article. TIA Larry
lawjohnson 08/25/19 07:50pm Class A Motorhomes
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