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Old 07-31-2013, 09:21 AM   #51
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I know of at least one campground that requires the operators of golf carts to be licensed drivers. Not a bad idea, as I've seen 8-year-old kids driving carts recklessly and nearly hitting folks walking their dogs. Insurance? Better have some if you hit me or my dog.
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Old 07-31-2013, 09:30 AM   #52
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This day and time if it moves... Especially around other people.. You better make sure it's insured. People look for a reason to sue. I mean hell there is a lawyer commercial on tv every five minutes wanting you to sue someone else. I had a principal at my old high school that had his personal license plate read "i sue u". And he did... I know of 3 lawsuits he had during my 4 year stint.
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Kamping Junkie, this is going to go off on a little bit of a different tangent and I apologize but what do you pull your 305 with? What kind of hitch are you using? Do you and get any swaying from the camper? Wandering from the tow vehicle?
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This day and time if it moves... Especially around other people.. You better make sure it's insured. People look for a reason to sue. I mean hell there is a lawyer commercial on tv every five minutes wanting you to sue someone else. I had a principal at my old high school that had his personal license plate read "i sue u". And he did... I know of 3 lawsuits he had during my 4 year stint.
You are right. In this litigious society there are people who make a living filing ridiculous lawsuits. On the other hand, there are people who behave so recklessly - or let their children do so - that their negligence causes legitimate damages to others. Most people I encounter in campgrounds are very responsible, which tends to eliminate such problems.
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Kamping Junkie, this is going to go off on a little bit of a different tangent and I apologize but what do you pull your 305 with? What kind of hitch are you using? Do you and get any swaying from the camper? Wandering from the tow vehicle?
I pull with an 07 f250 6.0 diesel. Banks power system. I'm using a ez lite WDH and anti sway bar. I don't have any real sway. Other than a slight side shift when a 18 wheeler passes. It pulls great.
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