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Old 11-14-2018, 02:14 PM   #1
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Red face Driving from Indiana to OR

Hello! I am driving my 31 foot 2009 jayco eagle from Indiana to Winchester Bay Oregon Nov 30th. This is a pull behind, not a 5th wheel. I will be traveling I80 and then up through Oregon. Does anyone have any tips for this? I have to go at this time and have to drive and pull it to my new home by the ocean. I am wondering about water in the tanks freezing, etc. Any advice is gladly appreciated!
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Yes, you need to be aware of water lines freezing, especially overnight. Carry jugs of water. Of more concern would be finding RV parks open and roads clear of snow/ice. Also, you need to get a set of chains which are required if it snows. A trailer is bad in those conditions. Hope for good weather. When you're that far north on I-80 there's no way to get out of bad weather. Plan for extra days in case you have to sit a spell waiting for roads to clear. Coming in from the south would be much better. Good luck!
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