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Old 10-05-2016, 10:52 PM   #1
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Question Windshield/Widow protection- Hurricane

Just curious to what you people on the east coast do to protect your coach Windows with an approaching hurricane. Good Sam sent out emails telling people to board up their RV Windows using these Permanent brackets used on homes. No way would I drill into my RV!
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Head to the west coast! ����

Actually, I'm concerned with how I could have protected my tiki hut down there...without being there in person to do anything. Let's hope it takes a right turn...
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I agree...if it's possible...book! We headed to Fort Myers. If you cannot...try to find a way to orient your coach so the windshield isn't taking the brunt of the flying debris...park facing a solid building or structure that will block the wind.
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Got it on how to protect the windshield but how to protect the "Widow" now that is a good question. . Sorry couldn't resist. Likely one of those nefarious spill chexers at work.
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