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Old 06-10-2012, 06:22 PM   #11
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Brad, have you cosidered taking your trailer to a truck & RV washing facility? Out of curiosity, I Googled "Truck & RV washing Ohio" and 16-facilities came up. You can narrow the search by adding "near (your city)" and see what shows up. They may have "self serve" bays that are set up for washing RV's. We purchased our first travel trailer in March of this year and we don't have a TV so I'll be washing ours when on-site (camping).

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Old 06-10-2012, 08:07 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Crabman View Post
But yours can never get dirty or leak when being stored inside of that mountain/cave!
Unfortunately, I only had that advantage during the winter. During camping season, it's out in the open like everyone else. Actually, last winter I didn't store it underground and just left it at the self-store- the first time it's spent the winter outside in about eight years.

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Old 06-11-2012, 12:03 AM   #13
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Our town has a bylaw that doesn't allow you to store your RV in front of your house from September to April. It has caused lots of problems for those whose property doesn't allow access to the side yard. We bought our house 20 years ago with a wide property so we could keep a trailer covered. During the summer months we keep it on the driveway when home. Wired a 30 amp service there as well.

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