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Old 11-04-2009, 09:00 PM   #1
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Unsightly stickers.

Just wondering if I am the only one who thinks all the safety stickers they plaster on the walls of new RV are over the top. I promptly removed all of them from the walls and consigned them to the trash. I wonder how many folks here feel the same way about them. Lets here your thoughts.
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Old 11-04-2009, 09:17 PM   #2
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Everyone doing business must CYA if they want to stay out of court. Spill hot coffee onto your yourself and sue because you were not warned the coffee was hot. A trespasser trips and falls crossing your yard, you get sued. Whatchagonnado?
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Ray is right. I wish they would place a sticker as to where certain equipment is hidden under drawers and behind cabinet panels as well as they do the safety stuff.
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I'm with you on the stickers.

I took them all off the first day I brought the rig home
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We removed them also. However, instead of discarding them, we chose to stick them on sheets of notebook paper & filed them with the rest of the paperwork (manuals/warranties/user guides) that came with the motorhome. That way they can go to the new owners, someday, when we sell the coach.

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I took all mine off including the ones on the outside.

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I bought my Motorhome used.. it was nine years old and still had a VERY LARGE sticker on the bathroom mirror about Formaldehyde...
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We removed them also. However, instead of discarding them, we chose to stick them on sheets of notebook paper & filed them with the rest of the paperwork (manuals/warranties/user guides) that came with the motorhome. That way they can go to the new owners, someday, when we sell the coach.

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we did the same thing

some of them are just plain funny
"look before you step out" at the entry door.... ooops them steps didnt deploy
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some of them are just plain funny
"look before you step out" at the entry door.... ooops them steps didnt deploy
You know, it only takes 1 person to have done it & a lawsuit filed for not being told ahead of time for a safety warning to be made. That's why "Caution, Hot" is plastered all over our MickeyD coffee cups!

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Have you ever looked at how many stickers are on a step ladder? Mine had 21, all due to liability lawsuits from some one trying to make a quick buck!!
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Took mine off, put them in a book. Denny
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Me too, inside and out.
Now if they would just label all the wiring for us like I saw on an Alpine, that would be worthwhile.
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Everyone doing business must CYA if they want to stay out of court. Spill hot coffee onto your yourself and sue because you were not warned the coffee was hot. A trespasser trips and falls crossing your yard, you get sued. Whatchagonnado?


I believe that about sums it up Ray. I removed them all from our coach also, including the EXIT stickers underneath the windows.

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If you keep your rig for about 10 years, most (if not all of them) will flake, fade or fall off... all by themselves.
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