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Michael Haider
Michael Haider

There are alot of horror stories about defects in RV’s. I have a different comment. Getting the engine service when there is a breakdown in a campground. Most of the mobile roadside services are tied to fleet contract service, so an RV parked in a campground is not a high priority for getting service. I experienced a situation like this a few years ago. The problem is that they say they are on their way to service you engine, but they get a priority call and never show up. Getting them to call and say “hey I can’t make it… Read more »

Mike Sokol

I drove my Sprinter some 350,000 miles across the country, and I soon learned to take all kinds of spare parts with me including a serpentine belt, idler pulleys, fuel filter, oil filter, front wheel bearings, transmission fluid, a special tool I built so I could pull off the engine fan without removing the radiator, fuses, bulbs, and a lot more pieces. I also carried a few different scan gauges including the original Mercedes scanner that ran in a DOS partition on a Windows computer. And I took a full tool box with me including all the various Torx drivers… Read more »

grc
grc

I’m a fan of this newsletter, but I confess having to click on “read more” on every single article gets old.

Bruce Brownell
Bruce Brownell

As I go thru the newsletter I open a new tab on each article I’m interested in, then when I get to the bottom I start read all the open tabs, closing as I go. Seems to work for me.

Frank
Frank

Chuck, Keep your head held high buddy! You are doing what you do best. I believe that every segment of any society has certain elements of people that live life inside their own little bubble and they don’t care what they say or do because that’s their right. It always sets me on edge that these people are so vicious that they seem to enjoy starting a fight. You can thank Cain and Abel for that.

Keep up the good work, it’s all I have left to enjoy in life.

Mary
Mary

Regarding potential explosive conversations, we volunteer host for state parks and the forest service. We keep our opinions to ourselves (mostly). If someone expresses an opinion that we agree with we may casually acknowledge that opinion but if they say something that we consider outrageous or even despicable we keep our mouths shut and either walk away or change the subject. We are always told by our agencies that politics and religion are not to be discussed.