There is a love hate relationship with roadside assistance providers and which one others are using is a common question and discussion among RVers. Let me explain how Roadside assistance works.
Auto insurance companies offer roadside assistance as either a cost to you add on or perk to its policy holders as it is a very profitable income stream. Most of us who have it will probably never use it. Millions of drivers are paying for it and a fraction of those who do will never actually use or need it during their policy period. It’s a win for you if you ever need it and it’s a really big WIN for the insurance companies if you don’t.
In part one I discussed the towability of the Jeep making it one of the most preferred vehicles to drag along behind a motorhome.
Now on to the other reasons a Jeep is such a gem of a vehicle for the RVer who drives a motorhome. While it isn’t the most fuel efficient, it typically is far better than what a motorhome delivers in mileage. I always point out to those asking about which is better a trailer/5er or a motorhome that with the motorhome they can tow a high mileage comfortable riding vehicle to use. Whereas they would be driving for pleasure trips the same stiff riding, fuel guzzling and hard to maneuver pickup truck when they aren’t towing their home on wheels.
At RV Parks & Campgrounds that DO NOT have sewer hookups, RVers undergo a routine of visiting the Dump Station on their way out…or as needed during their stay. It’s not the most pleasant of tasks, but it doesn’t have to be disgusting either if all RVers comply with the rules and do it properly.
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