Headed east today on I 40, and could see black smoke in the distance. Not long and both lanes were stopped dead for 1 1/2 hour. When we got moving was sad to see it had been a MH fire. Burned completly to the ground.
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Sad, I could hear the Fire detector going off. After watching a few other clips, I just asked on this site awhile ago why is it always newer coaches that are burning up and not any or the older ones? Not true some of the clips show older MH on fire.
Is it possible that these fires are from folks just running them too Hot? I always have my eye on the temp gauges. We had that drilled into our heads while in Truck Driving School.
The clips that I watched, all the MH are totally in golfed with in 5 minutes or sooner.
I think I am going to invest in 2 more detectors before we take our first trip.
I just can't Phantom being burned alive.
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Tim, Joe and Lilly too. Mpls Minn.