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Old 10-30-2015, 10:48 AM   #29
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I took my cell phone charger and notified my bank that I would be making some purchases out of state and for how long, had the dealer run me up to Wally World, got a few items to get me home and hit the road.
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Old 10-31-2015, 03:36 PM   #30
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Rand McNally Deluxe Motor Carriers' Road Atlas along with what's been previously mentined.. a GPS system some like the Walmart brand road atlas. Sunglasses. Let credit card company know about the trip to prevent issues.
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I'd repeat (it was buried in my long list) there's nothing like a thousand bucks in cash as a good backup plan if/when plastic doesn't work (I got a bunch of coins too for tolls).
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The posts recommending a roadside service plan, credit cards, a GPS and a toothbrush are spot on. You definitely don't want to be out and about in a coach without any/all of those items.

Weird as it sounds - the first thing I bought for my coach (after those all important items were in place) was a pair of cheap plastic sandals. We were making our first ever RV trip in a rented Class A during some rainy weather - and quickly hated the dirt we were constantly trekking into the coach when we walked in and out with our shoes on. Yet, there was a endless stream of reasons I had to step outside - so there was no avoiding it. Yet there wasn't a good place to stop and put shoes on or take them off without either stepping outside (into the wet) .. or walking completely into the coach and sitting in one of the captains chairs. A cheap pair of plastic sandals that I toss out the door and step into from the steps or kick off when I stepped up onto the steps solved the problem for cheap.
I keep a pair or two of bedroom slippers under the drivers seat for the same reason although I put them on and off after I'm in and the door closed.
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