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Old 04-11-2016, 11:58 PM   #29
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While working at a campground, an older lady came in with a brand new Class C, biggest I've ever seen. Seems her husband has recently passed and she always wanted to travel. She was with her daughter. After checking them in I escorted them to their pull through site. I drove through the site and she followed. I said you many want to back up about 5' to make it easier to hook up. She looked at me and said "I don't ever back up". I said it's only about 5' straight back', Ill help. Again I NEVER back up, she wound up driving all the way around the park, so she could pull in and stop, 5'' from where she was originally. Why buy something you can't drive? At some point, she's going to pull in somewhere, where she has to back up... wonder if at that point she won't just sell it. Obviously her dealer never gave her any instructions, or warnings.

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Old 04-12-2016, 12:29 AM   #30
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I manage a park in Ca and more than once I have had fivers and TTs drive on down the road if we didn't have a pull thru for the night. Plenty of back ins on the lake AND I WOULD HAVE COMPED THE PRICE DIFFERENCE FOR THEIR INCONVIENCE....

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