Things to know about speeding & traffic laws

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Some roadways are designated as low-speed zones. These include areas with high pedestrian traffic, such as school zones and streets lots of intersections close together. Driving over the speed limit can put you and others at risk of harm.
-Never pass a stopped bus displaying a stop sign to its left. That means children are crossing the street.
-If you hear a siren coming behind you, pull to the side if you can, stop and wait until the police car or fire truck goes by.
-Completely stop at stop signs and look for other drivers and pedestrians before you proceed.
-Obey the posted speed limit at all times. Speeding tickets are costly, and penalties for speeding can include fines, court appearances and loss or suspension of your driving privileges. Also, depending on your insurance policy, speeding tickets can raise your rates.
-When parking your vehicle, always be mindful of handicapped signs, fire hydrants, bus stop zones, parking restrictions for certain times of day, and parking spots that require permits. Just remember to heed all of the signs. Even if you have to circle the block a couple times, it sure beats getting fined or having your car towed.

 

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What to do after an auto accident

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If you’re in an accident, first make sure no one in the car is injured. Next, check on the passengers in the other vehicle, pedestrians and anyone else nearby to make sure they’re OK. Then do these five things:
-Stay at the scene. Leaving can result in legal consequences, like fines or additional violations.
-Call 911 or the local police immediately. They’ll dispatch an officer and medical personnel to the scene of the accident. Once the cops arrive, wait for them to complete an accident report.
-If you’re on a busy highway, stay inside the car and wait for the police or an ambulance. It’s dangerous if passengers stand along a freeway or other road with lots of traffic.
-Don’t get into an argument or a fight with the other driver. Simply exchange contact and insurance information. If possible, also get the name and phone numbers of witnesses.
-Call your insurance provider to report the claim. Your agent will ask you for any paperwork you receive about the accident, and will give you important information on getting your car fixed.

How to Safely Travel with Your Dogs

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Any time you’re traveling with pets, of course, there are safety concerns to consider. And while an RV might seem homelike, it’s still a vehicle and can pose threats to your pet both while it’s in motion and while it’s parked. Here are five tips to help keep your pet secure. It might seem normal to let your pet roam free in the RV while you’re driving; it’s not uncommon to see cats perched on dashboards or dogs with their paws on the windowsill, looking out at the passing scenery. But it’s a bad idea. Just as you would restrain your pet in a car — at least we hope you would — he should be confined while the RV is in motion. That means riding in a crate that is secured, so it can’t move around, or wearing a pet safety belt. Place a crate in an area where it won’t get too hot and attach it to something that is permanently affixed, such as a table or bench. You can fasten a crate in place permanently with bolts and straps or hold it in place with seat belts or some other form of tie-down that provides stability but allows you to move them as needed.

Many people like traveling in an RV, because it can provide a safe place to leave a pet when the humans are going to dinner, for a hike in a national park or any other place where pets can’t go along. But like any vehicle, an RV can heat up in the sun. You can leave the air conditioner running, but power failures are always a possibility.

Clever and safety-conscious RVers use remote temperature sensors to ensure that pets stay cool. The devices monitor the temperature inside the RV and can send an alert to your cell phone if it gets too hot or too cold — although they cannot be relied on in areas with spotty cell phone reception. Other devices can be set to turn the generator on or off when the RV reaches preset temperatures. Choose a temperature monitor with battery backup in case the power fails.

 

 

2017 Stealth Titan TITAN SE 714 – 7′ Height – Ramp

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2017 STEALTH   TITAN  S.E.  714 – RAMP Door ,   Extra Interior  Height  7 ‘ , TANDEM AXLE # 7000 LEAF SPRING SUSPENSION , ATP Fenders , 24 ” Diamond Plated Stone guard , 30 ” Wedge Nose , Flat Top Roof ,  Screws Exterior Metal ,  24 ” on center Steel Wall Studs , 3/8 ‘  Rain Block Walls ,  3/4 ” Rain Block Flooring  , 32 ” Side Door Aluminum Framed , L.E.D.  Lights , Wide Track Axles ,12 volt Interior Light , 205/75R 15 Radial Tires

 

2017 Palomino Puma 39 PQB

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2017 PUMA 39 PQB by PALOMINO  4 SLIDES , 2 BATHROOMS , 3 ENTRANCE DOORS , KING BED SLIDE ,SOFA-DINETTE SUPER SLIDE-OUT, OPPOSING  REAR BUNK HOUSE DOUBLE SLIDES,  KING SLIDE OUT IN FRONT , SLEEPS 10, CENTRAL KITCHEN w/ SKYLIGHT, BATHROOM, 72″ SOFA SLEEPER, U-SHAPED DINETTE, ISLAND KING w/ BED-SPREAD, CLOSET AND NIGHT STAND, PREPPED FOR WASHER/DRYER w/ 50 AMP SERVICE, PRIVATE BEDROOM ENTRY, REAR WARDROBES,FRIGIDAIRE 110v  DOUBLE DOOR REFRIGERATOR, RANGE STOVE w/ COVER, 70-30 KITCHEN SINK w/ HIGH RISE FAUCET AND SINK COVER, MICROWAVE, PANTRY, 12 VOLT CEILING FAN IN LIVING ROOM, DAY n NIGHT SHADES , WALL BORDER, ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, TV ANTENNA, CABLE READY, 12 VOLT CEILING FAN IN BEDROOM, ROOF VENTS, PORCELAIN TOILET, ABS TUB, GLASS SHOWER DOOR, SINK w/ MEDICINE CABINET, BATH SKYLIGHT, LINEN CLOSET, 12 GAL. GAS/ELECTRIC DSI HOT WATER HEATER, WATER HEATER BY-PASS, WATER PURIFIER, 13,500 BTU DUCTED A/C, 21′ AWNING, OUTSIDE SHOWER, OUTSIDE GRILL, 2-EXTERIOR SPEAKERS, 4 STABILIZER JACKS, TWIN 30 LB PROPANE TANKS w/ COVER, CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR, TRIPLE ENTRY STEP w/ GRAB HANDLE

Used Park Model – 2012 Skyline Nomad 376 Superslide

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2012  NOMAD-JOEY 37 PARK TRAILER   SUPER SLIDE – Front Queen Island Bed , ” U ” shaped  Large Dinette , Sofa – Hide A Bed, Bunk beds , Full Bath Tub with one piece Surround Wall , Double Door Refrigerator 110 volt , Prepped for Flat Screen TV in  Entertainment center-Swivel base to watch in Living room or Master Bedroom – also Outside under Awning.  AM/FM/DVD/IPOD. MP3 Player,  Outside Stereo Speakers ,TV Antenna w/ Living room jack, TV-Hook-(park Cable).Bed-lift bed w/Piston Struts, Bedspread,Deluxe Headboard, Mini Blinds, Power Converter 55 Amp, Drawer guides-ball bearing, Dead bolt, Decorative Glass insert doors above sofa , Roof vent in Bathroom, Shower Valance & Curved I-Beam Track, Skylight Over Tub, China foot Flush Toilet, 6 Gal. Gas DSI Water Heater.   Furnace 25,000 BTU,Microwave,Range-3 Burner top w/ 17″Oven, 70 / 30 Kitchen Sink , Wall border-Kitchen & Living room area.  Faucet-High Rise Double Knob, Medicine Cabinet-Deluxe Wood, Monitor panel, Sink-Acrylic, Sink Cover  ,A/C 13500 BTU-Ducted, Patio  Awning- Sunchaser series, Axles w/ Super lube feature,Patio Light, Twin Propane  Tanks 30# w/Cover, Propane leak Detector, Stabilizer Jacks-Four  corner Scissor Jacks , Triple entry step, Goodyear Tires  225/75R15 . HW MOTOR HOMES  734-397-0101

2017 Palomino Puma 39 PQB

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2017 PUMA 39 PQB by PALOMINO  4 SLIDES , 2 BATHROOMS , 3 ENTRANCE DOORS , KING BED SLIDE ,SOFA-DINETTE SUPER SLIDE-OUT, OPPOSING  REAR BUNK HOUSE DOUBLE SLIDES,  KING SLIDE OUT IN FRONT , SLEEPS 10, CENTRAL KITCHEN w/ SKYLIGHT, BATHROOM, 72″ SOFA SLEEPER, U-SHAPED DINETTE, ISLAND KING w/ BED-SPREAD, CLOSET AND NIGHT STAND, PREPPED FOR WASHER/DRYER w/ 50 AMP SERVICE, PRIVATE BEDROOM ENTRY, REAR WARDROBES,FRIGIDAIRE 110v  DOUBLE DOOR REFRIGERATOR, RANGE STOVE w/ COVER, 70-30 KITCHEN SINK w/ HIGH RISE FAUCET AND SINK COVER, MICROWAVE, PANTRY, 12 VOLT CEILING FAN IN LIVING ROOM, DAY n NIGHT SHADES , WALL BORDER, ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, TV ANTENNA, CABLE READY, 12 VOLT CEILING FAN IN BEDROOM, ROOF VENTS, PORCELAIN TOILET, ABS TUB, GLASS SHOWER DOOR, SINK w/ MEDICINE CABINET, BATH SKYLIGHT, LINEN CLOSET, 12 GAL. GAS/ELECTRIC DSI HOT WATER HEATER, WATER HEATER BY-PASS, WATER PURIFIER, 13,500 BTU DUCTED A/C, 21′ AWNING, OUTSIDE SHOWER, OUTSIDE GRILL, 2-EXTERIOR SPEAKERS, 4 STABILIZER JACKS, TWIN 30 LB PROPANE TANKS w/ COVER, CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR, TRIPLE ENTRY STEP w/ GRAB HANDLE