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    • Kirk makes a good point.  I thought I was a light-weight and lucky - I’ve never had to deal with much more than the usual maintenance issues and a couple of flat tires. But Kirk’s point about having to deal with life problems hit home - I’m solo and was diagnosed with breast cancer last year.  I was getting ready to leave Las Vegas when I got the news and had to decide where I was going to go for treatment (not there), where I was going to stay, how I was going to be able to manage those times when I couldn’t drive myself (like to surgery).   I was lucky that a couple I’m friends with (and fellow RVers) offered to take care of me when I couldn’t.  I found a cancer center for treatment, then found a park reasonably close that had 2 sites available and moved in right away, my friends coming down a couple of weeks later.  They stayed for 6 weeks, being my caregivers until my sister could come and take over. It all worked out, but was so different than what I had thought I would do if I had some sort of medical emergency.  I’m very grateful for all of my friends, without whom I would not have been able to manage.
    • Is this a matter of great minds think alike?  BTW, I thought the hard-wired EMS too much install for me so I also use the portable.  Works well and has warned me several times of potential issues.
    • That is true when you change plans. Pam was on one occasion declined for a change in Medigap coverage. For that reason you make any changes in October/November to take effect Jan. 1, then do not cancel the present coverage until after the new policy has been accepted and approved by the underwriters.  Not all doctors who accept Medicare are willing to accept Advantage plans. That is one of the reasons that we have stayed with our Medigap, plan G. Our primary care physician does not accept Advantage. 
    • Your aftermarket sensors, or from the sales yard? Sounds sketchy either way. A local dealership got caught red-handed a few years back when they tried to refuse warranty work on trucks with sensors from other brand dealerships. Swapped in their own shelf stock, and the problems remained. The deals included core charges, supposed re-programming to remove the bad sensors, etc. Tsk, tsk. This wasn't a case of freightliner parts on a Volvo, but KW on a Pete.
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