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youracman

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Re: Winnebago vendor fire
« Reply #30 on: December 25, 2017, 01:53:51 PM »
Didn't ask.....but I'd wager it's some State Ins Bd regulation or something.  More "Big Brother" stuff, I reckon. I just know that my passengers are covered (medically) in the event of a accident caused by an uninsured motorist and I don't have to pay and pay (since I just drive one vehicle at a time) ...... so it works for me. :^)
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RedT

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Re: Winnebago vendor fire
« Reply #31 on: January 03, 2018, 09:31:52 PM »
Update on Itasca Meridian repair after traffic accident on October 10. 2017. After 85 days, numerous starts and restarts after insurance hassle, front cap vendor fire, fiberglass repair, etc., I'm told that MH has been painted and 3M mask will be installed tomorrow. Don't know if this is typical for this type of repair (have never had an accident before) but I do know it is a frustrating experience.

Seems like an RV repair shop with plenty of 50-amp electrical outlets would be cognizant enough to plug in to keep the batteries maintained, but....

 
RedT, US Air Force Retired
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