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Old 02-21-2014, 10:53 AM   #15
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You better hurry up and buy your class a we are getting more snow tonight. Im also in the northeast Pa we got about 2 feet on the ground I hate it allready. ANd good luck on your travels
No kidding, I'm so tired of this snow, I don't want to see anymore white, I don't care what it is, even if it's a sock!!! I'n hopefully picking up my RV tomorrow if enough snow melts! Have you gotten out od PA yet???

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Old 02-21-2014, 07:29 PM   #16
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Driver Confidence Course!!

Sounds great!! 2004 SWind 32v here...we love it! Bought in 2011 from Lazydays, Tampa, FL with great 90 warranty period....And We Used It on various mechanical issues, ALL minor! They still would have been costly!

Take a DRIVER Confidence Course that teaches the big rig method of marks on the windshield for blind spots and your Blind Front Area. Also GREAT turning AND parking tips that make driving a breeze.

Everyone we know, new to rv'ing, who DID NOT take a driving class had SEVERAL COSTLY bumps and scrapes in the first year. We had none! And most of those who DO Take a class have very few ACCIDENTS at gas stations, driveways, streets, trees, etc.

Enjoy "The Ride".....

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No Rush, take it slowly at first (1st 2 years...LOL) and have Fun!!

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We bought a 2003 Sunrise last May and it's been excellent so far. The floor plan is just great for a 32' rig. The DW and I have been on the road for the past four months and so far am not sorry we didn't go bigger. We don't tow and have been able to maneuver in places larger class A's fear to tread. The model has nice standard options such as dual pane windows, etc. The Sunrise is also a good rv to boondock with as the tanks are larger than many similar sized motorhomes. And finally, the quality is very good for a moderately priced coach.
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Old 02-22-2014, 08:39 AM   #18
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Yea this snow is not any fun! I was to go get my RV today however, they were unable to get it up the snow covered gravel driveway so we're shooting for Monday! I'm hoping to get out of here by the end of March. I need to look into taking a bus driving course or something to get some training. Have you made it out of PA yet?

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