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Old 02-29-2016, 08:05 PM   #85
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The 2015 Ext during a recent trip to the IL office. One BIG reason I moved to NC

In NC I remember ice storms, downed tree limbs, and electricity out for days on end. That's why I moved to AZ 😀


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Old 03-09-2016, 05:16 PM   #86
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The 2015 Ext during a recent trip to the IL office. One BIG reason I moved to NC Attachment 258005

And here we are loaded for the track. (Pushing 5,000 lb load)

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Now that's using your interstate to the fullest!
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Old 03-09-2016, 05:34 PM   #87
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Picture of our Interstate's windshield

A baseball-sized rock, which may have come from within the dual wheels of a semi hit the windshield and went over the top without additional damage. We're glad the Sprinter windshields have such a nice slope!
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A baseball-sized rock, which may have come from within the dual wheels of a semi hit the windshield and went over the top without additional damage. We're glad the Sprinter windshields have such a nice slope!
The four chips in my windshield all came from trucks near me. Some going the opposite direction, some going the same direction. On my first trip I had the driver's side headlight taken out by a flatbed 18-wheeler in front of me. I was on the Interstate in Ohio in right lane. The truck in front of me, about 200 feet, lost a piece of metal. I watched it bounce into the left lane hit a car and then bounce in my lane and hit me. Yikkes!! it was scary.

I get real nervous around any trucks larger than me.
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Thank goodness you guys are alright.


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That is beautiful.

Here's us, Devils Fork SP, in the Blue Ridge Mtns. near Salem, SC.

Ran my baby thru Blue Beacon yesterday, after a month in beach campgrounds....undercarriage wash, the full deal.

They do a really excellent job, at a very modest price.

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That is beautiful.



Here's us, Devils Fork SP, in the Blue Ridge Mtns. near Salem, SC.



Ran my baby thru Blue Beacon yesterday, after a month in beach campgrounds....undercarriage wash, the full deal.



They do a really excellent job, at a very modest price.



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Hi Maggie

Where do you find blue beacons and how much do they charge?

Down here in south Florida I haven't seen them nor anyone else to wash coach. (Except myself and a ladder)


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I have the Blue Beacon app on my phone and iPad. Works great!!
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Where do you find blue beacons and how much do they charge?

Down here in south Florida I haven't seen them nor anyone else to wash coach. (Except myself and a ladder)


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There is an app, which I have and use, giving you locations and what is offered at each.

I found the one in Columbia early in this trip, planning to hit it after I left the beaches.

I paid $28.50 on Monday, I believe....that included the undercarriage wash, which all locations don't have, and the RainX. I asked them to do the roof, and they did.

My rig was so clean it squeaked when I touched it.

I think it is a very good deal, for a very good service.


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I have paid between $35 and $40 to have both the AI and my toad washed. Out of the four times I have used them, only once did I have to wait in a line of three trucks ahead of me. Even then, I was out of there within an hour. While not comparing with my hand wash job at home, Blue Beacon is a fine alternative when you want to make your rig to look presentable without spending a lot of your valuable travel time.
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