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Old 11-10-2012, 08:01 PM   #11
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I almost always travel with a full tank, in fact the few times that I haven't I did not notice a mileage difference at all.
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Old 11-17-2012, 04:21 PM   #12
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I emailed Jayco last year and they said it is OK to travel with full tanks.
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Old 11-18-2012, 10:43 AM   #13
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X2 on the not stopping anymore to help someone. I'm kinda dating myself, but can remember the times when even tractor trailer drivers would often stop along the road to help a stranded motorist. Believe the last time I saw that happen was back in the late 50's somewhere. I used to be in a REACT club, whose purpose was to help stranded motorists on the Beltway around WashDC. We would stop, get out, and radio for the needed help, then stay until help arrived. That was until one of our units had a gun pulled on him - a fake breakdown. I quit doing that soon after. BTW, for those in the younger generation, that was before anyone had even dreamed of cell phones.
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X2 on the not stopping anymore to help someone. I'm kinda dating myself, but can remember the times when even tractor trailer drivers would often stop along the road to help a stranded motorist. Believe the last time I saw that happen was back in the late 50's somewhere. I used to be in a REACT club, whose purpose was to help stranded motorists on the Beltway around WashDC. We would stop, get out, and radio for the needed help, then stay until help arrived. That was until one of our units had a gun pulled on him - a fake breakdown. I quit doing that soon after. BTW, for those in the younger generation, that was before anyone had even dreamed of cell phones.
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