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Old 02-12-2014, 01:56 PM   #11
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I wonder he when they say 32' 3" listings is front of the bumper to the rear of the back bumper and 30' is total living space? My TT has about a 3' differance depending on which web site I look at.
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Old 02-12-2014, 02:59 PM   #12
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Thank-you for pointing out to me about the class c.

Are you going to pull a vehicle behind you?
Initially I won't have a toad. However, I have a 2000 Jeep Grand Cheerokee, and from what I can tell, this would make a good toad vehicle at some point.

I've always assumed that when sites say they can accommodate a TT/Motorhome and one vehicle, that meant there was space off to the side to park the vehicle. Maybe I'm wrong?
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Old 02-12-2014, 03:04 PM   #13
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Initially I won't have a toad. However, I have a 2000 Jeep Grand Cheerokee, and from what I can tell, this would make a good toad vehicle at some point.

I've always assumed that when sites say they can accommodate a TT/Motorhome and one vehicle, that meant there was space off to the side to park the vehicle. Maybe I'm wrong?

Usually no space off to the side on each camp site. Park in front of your unit. This will add to the depth of the site that you will need. Again, check with the camp ground. Know what you are getting into before you get there.
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I've always assumed that when sites say they can accommodate a TT/Motorhome and one vehicle, that meant there was space off to the side to park the vehicle. Maybe I'm wrong?
It really comes down to the campground and campsite. I've been at places where you had to have everything a line and being off of the gravel pad was a grave sin. I've been at other places, where the rangers have told me to go ahead and pull my truck/car off to the side.
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