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Old 05-14-2015, 05:41 AM   #15
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Why is it in both of these accidents one of the first comments is "it was some old geezer who doesn't know how to drive and needs to no speciallicense". Seems like a bunch of fools with nothing better to do than run their mouths in my opinion......
Every single time I read "the comments" on any news report there is a full blown internet keyboard fight by comment 9. The inevitable "stupid speculation comment" is followed by a "rational defending comment" which both then go down in a ball of flying fur when the others chime in. Sooo, I just look at the puurdy color pictures, quickly scan news report and avert my eyes from the comment section..........

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Old 05-24-2015, 10:35 PM   #16
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Glad too see all OK. Saw this crash in person and didn't think anybody made it!

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Old 05-25-2015, 10:40 AM   #17
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I have never seen the statistics on RV accidents, much less statistics broken down into Motorhome, towable, then apply the Age gator to get a real read.

But! I have driven lots of miles over 50 years- and have seen next to NO Rv involved accidents. Part of it because we are all very careful and possibly partly because most folks are afraid of us. But, no matter, we are a safe bunch, we do not drink & drive, we get off the road early, and we probably are a little smarter & guaranteed much mor experienced than most other groups of drivers

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