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Old 07-19-2015, 04:31 PM   #11
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Just out of curiosity, how many hours a day to they travel?

We have an RV somewhere between here and Indiana and are wondering when it would get to California.
My friend will drive it in 3 days from Indiana. He is his own boss though. A transport company my impose rules on their drivers.
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Old 07-19-2015, 05:34 PM   #12
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3 days??? We're 2200 miles away. Hard to believe they can do it that fast. That's a lot of hours in the saddle.
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Old 07-19-2015, 05:49 PM   #13
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Wife & I did 2700 miles from Ohio stating on June 29th and home on July 4th and we did about 450 per day and not in a hurry with our WH 20MRB.

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At least you won't have to worry about burnishing in the brakes.
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I am in Texas and picking mine up in Des Moines via RV One / RV Direct. Too good of a deal to pass up - local dealer wouldn't even come close and was pretty arrogant about the whole deal.

At any rate, you don't take ownership / possession of the unit until you do your PDI and sign the paperwork. If the transport company screws something up in transport, refuse the unit or have it repaired. I doubt it happens too often. You are more likely to have defects from manufacturing than a speed demon damaging your TT transporting it to the dealership.
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I am in Texas and picking mine up in Des Moines via RV One / RV Direct. Too good of a deal to pass up - local dealer wouldn't even come close and was pretty arrogant about the whole deal.

At any rate, you don't take ownership / possession of the unit until you do your PDI and sign the paperwork. If the transport company screws something up in transport, refuse the unit or have it repaired. I doubt it happens too often. You are more likely to have defects from manufacturing than a speed demon damaging your TT transporting it to the dealership.

You and I most likely went to the same dealer but I found one in Abilene who looks like it is going to work. I'm in the process of selling my current trailer then I will order a 338RETS.
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