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Old 10-07-2013, 01:33 PM   #43
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I always have my toad. My camping style is to base camp and day trips from and back to base. If your style is to go to a camp, stay put with very little exploring, then this may not work for you.

Most of the time, the places I go with the car (4WD) is not where I want to drive the RV. Like on my recent trip to SD, I could not have taken the RV through the Wild Life Loop with the small tunnels and bridges.

Without a car I would miss a lot.
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Old 10-08-2013, 10:33 PM   #44
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I always have my toad. My camping style is to base camp and day trips from and back to base. If your style is to go to a camp, stay put with very little exploring, then this may not work for you.

Most of the time, the places I go with the car (4WD) is not where I want to drive the RV. Like on my recent trip to SD, I could not have taken the RV through the Wild Life Loop with the small tunnels and bridges.

Without a car I would miss a lot.

We went one year without a toad . .......... Never leave home without it now, It only takes about 5 -10 minutes to hook / unhook it. We pull a Jeep Wrangler . . . don't really know it is back there. We have an RV to get out and enjoy the outdoors, what better way to expand the trip with a Jeep and the top down.
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I never do without a car, but it not. It is a Wrangler.

If I had gone without my Wrangler for the last 18 months, for the last 25,000 miles I have towed it, and the last 30,000 I have driven it......

What would my rental Wrangler bill have been?

Nuff said? ;-)
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