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Old 10-12-2016, 11:01 AM   #15
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While I'm driving I prefer braless, esp on bumpy roads...
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Old 10-12-2016, 11:03 AM   #16
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Here's my RV Bra!

clearly a full size bra, not for those sub compact models.
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Old 10-12-2016, 11:28 AM   #17
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Can't speak for the motorhome but we have had a bra on our Chevy HHR for about 5 years, it was added shortly after we bought the car new. It stays on every day and is removed about every week or two when we wash the car. It stays on in our Florida rain deluges including tropical storms. We never remove it to shake it out or need to dry it , only for a thorough wash. I do keep a good wax on the front of the car, and the rest too, at all times. We have NO scratches or paint damage whatsoever, but do have rock dings in the paint where the bra does not cover. Between rocks and bugs here in Florida, we would never drive without it. I would suggest a good quality cover, that fits tight and again, a good wax on the paint. That's our experience. Chuck

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I prefer bra less unless you are trying to cover up some imperfect, also they are not made to wear all the time just during driving.
I told my wife to go bra-less and she hit me
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try again sam

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I told my wife to go bra-less and she hit me
so I f I suggest it will she hit you again?
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being today is national no bra day I will say no....
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It's really too bad that this thread has gone very far astray and the OP isn't getting an answers to his question. Another thread on going braless might be a good solution. Chuck
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The ONE poster said no problem,
and everyone else (including me) said problem...

so it's your coach and your call - Good luck !
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