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Old 01-21-2015, 06:05 AM   #15
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That's something different. It has more to do with getting them to their accommodations fast to limit the amount of 'on duty' time they're accumulating.

It's also probably cheaper in the long run than the hotel/apartment/condo option is.

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Old 01-21-2015, 09:28 AM   #16
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I've stayed overnight in my Roadtrek in an airport (Indy) cell lot (free) a couple times rather than drive to the airport in the wee hours to meet someone arriving on a red-eye flight. No problem. It's lonely out there at 5am!

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Old 01-22-2015, 02:50 AM   #17
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10 years ago, during the flooding in the mid-west, I got a call from the co. I was leased to asking if I would be interested in doing some FEMA work. As it paid extremely well, I said sure, and they sent me to a warehouse in St. Louis and I loaded my semi with bottled water. They then told me to go to the south gate of the St. Louis airport and wait as it was very early in the morning. Well, making a long story short, I stayed there for 10 days, in my self contained semi. There were about 50 trucks total. All of us parked in a remote lot on the south side of the airport! We could go off site during the daytime, but had a strict curfew to be back by 9 pm. I was sure glad I had everything in my semi as I had in my MH, made it a lot easyer, for sure!
I would think all most all airports have parking lots for MH's. Rail!

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