By Chuck Woodbury
This photo was posted on the RVlife.com website to illustrate an article about whether someone is ever too old to RV.
Anyone of advanced age knows that their ability to make quick decisions slows every year. Simply looking down to change a radio station and then looking back up requires slightly more time to adjust to the scene.
A dog on one’s lap, in our opinion, is simply way out of line and just plain dangerous for the driver and nearby motorists. Okay, driving to your site in the campground at 5 miles per hour — maybe not a big deal. But traveling down the highway at 65 mile per hour? It should never happen. So fess up: Do your travel on the highway with a dog in your lap? Please take a few seconds to answer the poll (it may take a few moments to load, so stand by). Only respond if you travel with a dog. If you don’t have a dog, you can simply click below the survey to see the current results.
Whether you travel with a dog or not, please leave a comment.