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Hi there escapees. Firstly, thanks in advance for your help with this. So I have an issue that really needs to be resolved. In 2016, I registered my vehicle in TX -where I'm also domiciled- & drove to the West Coast. I have been moving around the W. Coast ever since. When my vehicle's registration & inspection expired, I stopped driving the vehicle & parked it at my friend's place. It's now 2018 & the vehicle has been parked there & sitting -with expired inspection & registration- for over a year now. In TX, a vehicle must be inspected to be registered to get the combined sticker. As I do intend to move back eventually, just not quite yet, I would like to keep my TX domicile. My vehicle & I are both still on the W. Coast. What is the best way to (re-)register my vehicle now? What are my options, if any? I am willing to sell the vehicle in it's current state on the W. Coast & get a new vehicle, if necessary. If I do have to sell it in its current state, how would I go about that? [it can tow some heavy stuff & has low miles, so if you're on the W. Coast & interested in buying it to help me out, please PM me for details] Thank you again everybody for your help, :-)
Still available!! Asking $25,000 for this fully-loaded 2011 4x4 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 70,000 miles. This comfortable and rugged SUV can handle all your adventures in style, with tons of power to spare thanks to the 5.6 L V8 Hemi under the hood. It handled great the couple of times we had it in the snowy mountains briefly, and has never seen salt! We've used it to tow a cargo trailer and our 4500 lb vintage Airstream (it has a 7500 lb tow rating), and later installed a Blue Ox base plate behind the front bumper to tow it behind our motorhome too. It easily transfers into neutral with the touch of a button to be flat-towable - most automatic cars can't do that, or at least not that easily! The breakaway switch and wiring kit for the rear lights are also installed for towing it. We're only selling it now to downsize our full-time RVing to our new Class B. This has been the perfect SUV to camp with (you can buy a tent to attach to the tailgate and sleep in the back of the Jeep), pull a trailer, haul around two and four-legged family, but also go off-road or get through tough mud and snow with 4WD. A high-end Tekonsha brake controller is already installed for towing trailers that have their own brakes. The front base plate can be used to install a winch or other accessories if you don't plan to pull it behind an RV. Heat works great, A/C is ice cold, all scheduled maintenance performed, newer tires, fully loaded with all the goodies including heated and cooled seats, panoramic sunroof, never seen salt (it's from Tennessee and we try to avoid snow while RVing), no accidents, non-smokers, satellite radio, roof rails installed aftermarket for watercraft, bikes, or a roof box, rubber cargo mat in rear. 100,000 mile transferable extended factory warranty. We have had our dogs in this vehicle, so if you have a serious dog allergy that might be an issue for you. There are a few minor scratches and scuffs on the exterior and interior from normal wear and tear, but nothing major. Trying to sell this fast so we can get back on the road with just our new class B! We'll be in Florida Jan through March, then heading up the east coast with it this year if we still haven't sold it. We blog at http://snowmads.com if you want to know more about us Features: Backup Camera Bluetooth Hands-Free CD Player Cruise Control Heated Seats Keyless Entry Leather Seats Multi-zone Climate Control Navigation Portable Audio Connection Power Locks Power Windows Premium Wheels Security System Steering Wheel Controls Sunroof Trailer Hitch
Ascension Parish-- Earlier this morning, Louisiana State Troopers from Troop A were dispatched to an overturned motorhome on Interstate 10 east of US 61 in Ascension Parish. Crash scene investigators determined the motorhome was westbound on Interstate 10 in the left lane. The motorhome sustained a tire failure and entered the center median, where it then impacted the cable barriers. After impacting the cable barriers, the motorhome overturned and slid on its side across both eastbound lanes. The driver, 69 year old Royce Denmon of Kilgore, Texas and his passenger suffered minor injuries in the crash. A witness to the crash, 30 year old Jonathan Mendel of Metairie, Louisiana was operating an 18 wheeler westbound on Interstate 10 and captured the entire crash sequence with his dashboard camera. Mr. Mendel was also able to safely pull his vehicle onto the right shoulder and call 911. As you watch the video of this crash, please take note of how quickly a crash can occur. Think if you were in the eastbound travel lanes. What evasive maneuvers, if any would you have been able to take? Also, think about the consequences of not wearing a seatbelt or distracted driving. While not a factor in this crash, imagine what would have occurred had all parties been preoccupied with various distractions. Finally, check out the amazing engineering that went into the cable barrier system along the Interstate Systems in Louisiana. While not designed for heavy articulated vehicles like a motorhome, the system was able to redirect a vehicle weighing over 20,000 pounds. I posted the video on my Facebook page. Motor safely my friends. https://www.facebook.com/pages/RV-Road-Riders/1380946298887036