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  1. Goodyear Endurance and don't look back. They're great tires. Have them on my GDRV 313RLTS.
  2. Yeah, very scientific - taken from Facebook. I mean, it’s gotta be accurate, right? It’s Facebook!
  3. UPDATE: My speeds are back to normal. 15 Mbps down/18 Mbps up.
  4. Yeah, I tried that. Also did a a hard power reset (unplugged power for 30 seconds). That worked in the past, but not this time LOL I'll watch it for today just in case it's an AT&T tower issue (I'm in a pretty remote spot; only one tower around me).
  5. I'm sitting in the exact same place I've been for the past 3 weeks. Haven't moved an inch. The display shows 4G LTE with a big red X through it. When I click on it, it shows the following: "4G Signal Strength: 26% (3G)"
  6. UPDATE: I think I finally found AT&T's limit. I hit 300 GB this morning, and it has now kicked me down to 3G. I'll see how long they keep me here. I'm at 33 days of usage.
  7. The Motorola system uses AT&T cell phone service. It is totally self-contained, you pay $5/month. It is it’s own cell phone account. Any problems and it sends messages to your cell phones and email.
  8. We have the Motorola MultiSensor and it’s great. Can not recommend it highly enough.
  9. I have Togo. Have had it for 1 month. I have put over 210 GB old data through it in this time period. No throttling or rate limiting. About 12 Mbps down/ 6 Mbps up. Works fine.
  10. What has the manufacturer said about this issue??? Are they aware of it, or is this a one-off?
  11. I installed mine yesterday. Physically very easy to install. Logically it’s a PITA. The software is very clumsy. It does not install gracefully using an iPad. BTW, you MUST use a mobile device to install and manage it. They used to have a web browser interface but they’ve done away with it so if you don’t have an Android or IPad/iPhone you’re SOL. The first installation attempt was using my iPad. I ended up getting tech support on the phone. They themselves don’t like the program. We ended up switching over to my Android tablet to install it and it was much better. We’re getting about 12 Mbps down/15 Mbps up where we’re sitting.
  12. I looked very hard at the DRV HOUSTON 44 model. It came down to that and the Riverstone 39FK. I had asked a number of owners and previous owners of DRVs. Here's a link to the question I posted ("If there was ONE design item in a DRV that you would change..."). http://www.thorforums.com/forums/f29/if-there-one-design-flaw-drv-you-would-change-16443.html As you can see, many complaints about water intrusion. That was enough to scare me away, Good luck with your search. Take a look at Post #24 in that thread. He talks about testing for soft spots to see where water may have gotten in.
  13. I just purchased it last week. Installing it tomorrow. Can't beat the $360/year for unlimited data.
  14. Reviving this thread. I’ve been looking at quite a few different ones but just settled on the Motorola MC4000. The feature that I really liked was the fact that it monitors temperature and AC power as well, so even with a total power failure it’s got a battery backup that still allows it to send a message. I’ve been testing it and everything works as advertised.
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