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Old 05-07-2014, 10:43 AM   #1
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Welcome to iRV2. I get a lot of answers here from reading and sometimes by asking. So read, ask and enjoy.
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Old 05-07-2014, 10:23 PM   #6
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Welcome to the irv2 gang! You picked a nice set of forums to get answers to questions and to even just explore topics. We learned a lot before purchasing our MH just by browsing the wide range of topics here. Good luck as you explore.
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Hello Everyone, Just bought our first MH,(last week). It's a beautiful thing and very intimidating. The amount of books that came with it is enough to scare even the most avid reader My husband and I are going thru it with extreme care and trying to anticipate what we need to do if....??? I plan on travel nursing across the states. He is still learning how to drive safely, but I was wondering if anyone has any advice and/or driving tips before I get behind the wheel. It's a diesel pusher, 40 ft. Any advice/tips would be greatly appreciated, (and not only about driving either). I thank you all for your time, Sincerely, terrydrn99
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Let's see...driving tips....I've learned a lot from others here. Maybe I can remember a few things i learned while you're waiting for someone more knowledgeable to reply. (1) There are actually some driving "schools or lessons" out there. Seems like one couple took their MH to a place in Florida and spent several days with a professional driving instructor. You can search for this on the forums...generally multiple options near top right portion of the screen; (2) Some folks have mentioned uTube videos (I found several that really helped me; (3) Someone on this site (as I recall) pointed me to an online newsletter at RVtravel.com and I found a number of useful driving and other tips there. Hope that helps.
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Old 05-10-2014, 03:56 AM   #13
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Thank You. It's funny, I guess you can find anything on youtube. I used it to help me with an algebra class once, but never thought about looking for RV driving tips. I will also look into driving classes in my area. Maybe after I complete the class it will help lower my insurance rates.
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