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Is it a "Toad", is it a "Towd", or is it a "Tow'ed" ?


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Actually there is a reason that people say "toad" and that is to quickly ID to other RVers that we are talking about a car being pulled behind, not something else towed behind a tow vehicle. The jargon evolves to help people know what each is talking about, especially when it is the written word.

Dinghy works too, though for those of us with a sailing background it has another (but similar) meaning.



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When you guys get this one nailed down, take on the definition of who or what is a fulltimer for a real challenge! :P

A cousin is a full-timer, they live full-time in a 1976 TT set permanently in an RV park at Ft. Myers Beach. It is legally an RV because FL requires insurance and license plates as such, even though it cannot move.

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