I live in West Michigan and when I go south to see my dad who lives in Tennessee we go straight down US-131 until it turns into State Road 13 in Indiana which goes though where quite a few of the major brands of RV's are made in the northern part of Indiana. When we go by the Main Jayco plant where the main office is located there are at least 40-50 pickup trucks in line for their transport papers for RV's when we go by around 8:30am. Now that I am semi retired i am thinking about contacting where I got my trailer and see if the need another driver as most are retired persons that do a lot of this.
Something similar to this is when Hurricane Katrina went through New Orleans a call went out in our area for drivers to take trailers from a local RV dealer down to Mississippi, Two of my neighbors and a friend who I camp with did a trip. The deal was they were given a point of drop off and had 24hrs from time of pick up to time of drop off, and when picked up would receive $1800 from the RV dealer. Well the friends truck blew a tire and was having a hard time getting a replacement tire due to an oddball size, they finally took off after several hrs. with him and delivered their load as directed at 30 hrs after leaving. One way from here to Mississippi is around 1200 miles. Their trucks and trailers had FEMA signs on the drivers side back windows. All the way down they were not stoped by any police in any of the states they were traveling through and speeding at least 15 mph over the speed limit in all states. After expenses they had $1200 left. If given the opportunity again they said they would do it again as it was an very interesting experience and I will join them next time. The last time I had an older truck and didn't feel comfortable doing it.
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