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Old 09-08-2016, 07:25 PM   #1
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We have been RVing for 4 years and really enjoy it. I always wave to fellow RVs on the highway. I am surprised how many fellow RVers don't wave back. What's it cost to wave to your fellow travelers. Let's wave to each other, it's free!
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I try to wave or return a wave when there is not too much traffic around our rig. If it is congested, I may not wave because I am watching where I and everyone around us is!

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Old 09-09-2016, 02:14 AM   #3
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I try to wave or return a wave when there is not too much traffic around our rig. If it is congested, I may not wave because I am watching where I and everyone around us is!

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And just a reminder to use all of your fingers when waving back!
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Same here. With our tinted windows we can't be seen unless it's through the windshield.
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We have been RVing for 4 years and really enjoy it. I always wave to fellow RVs on the highway. I am surprised how many fellow RVers don't wave back. What's it cost to wave to your fellow travelers. Let's wave to each other, it's free!
Sorry if I don't wave, but I like to focus my attention on driving. Even if I do look at other RVs, the people inside frequently can't be seen because of reflections.
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Sorry if I don't wave, but I like to focus my attention on driving. Even if I do look at other RVs, the people inside frequently can't be seen because of reflections.

Perzactly!!
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I think it's mostly that folks are concentrating on their driving and not paying much attention to others they are meeting, especially if two big RV's are meeting on a 2-lane road!

If it's on a road with a median in the center, it's difficult to see whether other RVers in the opposite lanes are waving or not. I think most don't wave because they assume they won't be seen anyway!
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If i feel comfortable do. I have a corvette and vintage vette owners always do.
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I get a number of beeps and waves when people go around me. I have a VN campaign medal license plate attached to my ladder. Nobody knows what it is...unless you were there.
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