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Old 04-29-2012, 09:51 AM   #99
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The second was a 29 ft Winnie and I had to drive it through downtown Houston to get it home, I probably had white knuckles, eyeballs, and my blood pressure was likely through the roof I was so scared.
Thats funny Pat

That's where the Army sent me to school to learn to drive a Greyhound bus. The Greyhound school is in Houston and you spend a lot of time driving round downtown. That was a great experience sine my new RV is probably bigger then a Greyhound bus.

Back to the subject, everyone should teach their wife, or husband to drive their RV. If there is an emergency and he or she can't drive it you maybe in trouble. On our first long trip in the RV my DW drove through most of Idaho and into Ogden, UT. The traffic was getting a bit heavy in Ogden so we stopped and switched. My next thing is to get her to drive it in town off the highway. Before that trip she had never driven anything this big, she wasn't scared and did really good
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