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Scott Snider
11 months ago

I have not seen any info on the RV park in Arizona lately, what’s up with them?

DeAnne Townsend
11 months ago

I enjoy this publication, At present am “land locked” hope to change this status within 6 months. Have been RV’ing for over forty years and sincerely miss the daily adventures and meeting new folks.

jillie
11 months ago

If you use gps or map quest on your phone it does have an option to opt out of toll roads. And also it has an option to locate those clocking your speeds. I love these features. These features have been there for a while now. Also you might want to take a class on hot spotting from your phone. Campgrounds do not have reliable internet but hot spotting from your phone is. I like being able to access internet when needed. Happy Trails.

Don
11 months ago

Anyone else question the RV Toll Route transponder? Why wouldn’t I just use my EzPass like I do already? What am I missing here.

Bob Hoffma
11 months ago
Reply to  Don

ExPass is probably only good in your toll network. Sounds like the transponder somehow is able to work with multiple networks across the country. Just guessing .. if not, I don’t see the value either.

George B
11 months ago
Reply to  Don

The information is sketchy at best. I tried looking at the company site and it too is sketchy. Says the cost will pay for itself in a trip ….. how?

Kevin
11 months ago
Reply to  Don

The RV Toll Route Transponder looks like an alternative to other passes, including the e-z pass (which I use). While it seems to provide limited information, the routes covered seem pretty comprehensive. It covers the toll roads in Washington State (which the e-z pass doesn’t cover). It doesn’t cover the HOT lanes or most toll bridges, The downside? A $14.99 fee every month. There is another source called “Peasy” that I will look at.

sue freivald
11 months ago

thank you for the follow up – and tragic news – of the missing couple from New Hampshire. We saw nothing on the MSM about it. It is also a huge wake up call if one believes it is all safe and nice out there in the real world. Take precautions. I pray the murderers will be brought to justice, but believe there is little hope of that.

Tony andrade
11 months ago

Great rv reading material. Love it.
Tony,
Berkley ma.
02779

Susan Anderson
11 months ago

Tragic ending to the missing couple from New Hampshire. I do not understand why this story did not make the national news in place of some of the other stories that did make the national news. Very sad indeed my heart aches for the families involved.

Jan Duncan
11 months ago
Reply to  Susan Anderson

I heard one mention of the tragedy but that was it.

Eric C
11 months ago
Reply to  Susan Anderson

This tragic story was on GMA, this morning. Thoughts and prayers to the families.