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Old 12-07-2015, 09:07 AM   #15
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personally I would like to see the police start enforcing the Noise laws..
and I understand.. they are overworked and under staffed...
Yea, that's gonna happen. I talked to a PA state policeman about the idiots. He said that the commander is a biker and don't expect any relief. My tax dollars at work!
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We tow scooters also...total 65 ft and typically do not have any problems with space...always call ahead with our reservations.
We also have scooters that are louder than some...68 years old and riding these things for over 50 years...sure makes me feel younger...just trying to get old gracefully. I've attached a short video of one of my scooters, a $75,000 trike for the guys who think we're stupid and the other one that thinks we're idiots....make sure you turn your sound up real loud!
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Old 12-07-2015, 12:06 PM   #17
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Bigsagal, found a book out there that I have found very helpful...it is call Big Rigs Best Bets. They have a great listing on RV Parks that will handle the larger RV's. Hope this helps.
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Old 12-07-2015, 12:07 PM   #18
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If you want something you can back up with, you might want to take a look at Swivelwheel Single Wheel Motorcycle Trailer.*

Swivelwheel 60 in. x 96 in. Single Wheel Trailer SW-58 | DiscountRamps.com


*I have no association with the product and don't own one.
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One of my Harley's is loud but I also have the decency not to run it early in the morning or late at night when in an RV park. Just common sense and being courteous.
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Exactly!
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Old 12-09-2015, 06:37 PM   #21
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J & H RV park in Flagstaff, Arizona prohibits motorcycles. They wouldn't even let me unload my Kymco Downtown 300i scooter from our trailer!
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I can remember we used to use clothes pegs to clip a piece of cardboard on the fender on our bicycles. Noisier the better, all to attract attention.
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I can remember we used to use clothes pegs to clip a piece of cardboard on the fender on our bicycles. Noisier the better, all to attract attention.
I loved doing that, it was so cool back then!
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You might consider a bike ramp for the back of the rig. I carry my 500lb bike on it and it is easy to load and unload and no problems with backing up or parking in limited spots. There are a number of them on the market and some are hydraulic if you have a really big bike. Mine allows me to pull a car as well behind it.
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Wow Gordon, hadn"t thought about that in years! What a wonderful life (the simple things) we've been blessed with.
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