We used to have a DP motor coach with a toad. We now have a truck with travel trailer. The truck with travel trailer is far easier to hook up and set up than the DP with toad was.
I just want to offer this experience. A few years ago we were parked in an RV park in California. Our new neighbors arrived, limping in with their GM truck pulling a trailer. It was obvious that the truck was in trouble. Turned out it had been running poorly for most of the day, but they were able to keep going and managed to limp into the RV park. They set up their trailer and settled down for the night.
The next morning, they drove the truck into the local GM dealer and returned to their home in the RV park in a loaner car. Life continued. Over the following days, it was determined that the problem with the truck was electronic, and the parts needed would take several days to obtain. Fine. Life continued. Eventually the truck was fixed, and they drove to the GM dealer to pick it up and brought it back to their home at the RV park.
I think by now you must have this figured out. If they had been in a Class A motor coach, they would have had to try to find a repair shop somewhere nearby that could possibly work on it. If that happened, then they would have to drop the motor coach off at that repair shop, and then what? Where would they live?
And then what?
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