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Old 05-07-2011, 06:35 PM   #43
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How often does your DW drive the MH or is your like mine, either sleeps in the passenger's seat, or goes back and sleeps on the couch, when not giving me instructions? OK, I know this is a dangerous question, but my DW is doing what she does a lot of, naps.
Dw drives 50%. Its always been that way with us from TT to class c to the new class a.
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Old 05-08-2011, 12:51 AM   #44
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When we had a Class C, she drive sometimes but not with our our Class A. Don't know if she ever will.
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For you fellas whose wives just "don't" drive the MH, check out your own reactions when she's in the driver's seat.

Many wives are familiar with ol' hubby mashing that invisible brake pedal, that quick intake of breath, those half-muttered words like "Oh! My! Gawd!".

Trust me, a little bit of that and a woman gives up the wheel just to stop the flood of silent criticism coming from the passenger seat!

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My wife would rather drive than navigate.
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For you fellas whose wives just "don't" drive the MH, check out your own reactions when she's in the driver's seat.

Many wives are familiar with ol' hubby mashing that invisible brake pedal, that quick intake of breath, those half-muttered words like "Oh! My! Gawd!".

Trust me, a little bit of that and a woman gives up the wheel just to stop the flood of silent criticism coming from the passenger seat!

Just FYI
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Exactly, but I do not let him get away with that.
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Her truck

The truck is hers, she does 95% of the driving. Her hobby is horse riding so she handles all towing. I didn't own a car for 4 years rode a bike to and from work. My car would fit in her truck bed. She still gets nervous when she has to back in to a space, especially when all the "men" come out to give advice. My job is to tell them I think your "helpless spouse" needs you.
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