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    • We wanted a DP also, but then I really wanted a Lincoln when I bought my last Ford too. The fact is there is nowhere that one can go with a diesel pusher that can't be visited in a gas powered motorhome except for the snobby RV parks that do not let cheap rigs in. My gas coach may have gone up the mountains a bit slower and your air ride was definitely better than mine even after I added the airbags, but the price I paid for my coach was much lower than yours and yet it was able to do everything yours could, if a little slower. Another feature your DP had over my gasser was a much larger price. I am happy for you that your budget was large enough to buy a DP but some of us do not have that large a budget. Gaylord Maxwell said it best in an article originally published by Motorhome Magazine back in 2001.  
    • We have a Medicare Advantage plan through UnitedHealthcare and it is a PPO.  I'm not sure what other's experience has been with PPO plans or why they would think they are wrong for full timing but that is why we picked it specifically.   While it is true we have our regular Doctors we use at our winter camp spot we can also use about any other doctor or medical facility throughout the U.S.  We never see bills unless there is a required co-pay that we haven't taken care of.  If you have to call their CS for anything they have the most helpful friendliest staff around.  We have been very comfortable with them for all of our medical coverage.
    • On some RV LP Gas fridges I've owned (in case you cant bleed air using a stove or water heater etc) after I change a gas bottle or run out and refill etc. and turn the fridge back on to gas and there's air in the lines, it may try to light a few times and fail then lock out and stop further tries. However, if I turn it back OFF and wait and then back ON (resets) it will repeat the try to light cycle and often light the second time. John T  NOT any fridge expert but this usually works for (the many) fridges I've owned.
    • What a diesel engine does by engaging the exhaust brake, a naturally aspirated gasoline engine does naturally.
    • Really?  I assume you're with Dish Network.  If you are, you can save $12 per month by turning off the locals, since you don't watch them.
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