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Old 07-30-2019, 08:22 PM   #11
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For that load, gas only if its a daily driver and your commute is less than 20 miles each way.

Insurance- I go through my insurance broker. He gets me deals on home, autos, boat, and RV. Rolls it all up into one payment.
I have a Good Sams membership because of the discounts on products I had to buy for the RV. Things like sewer hose, chocks, extension cords, fresh water hose, etc. I bought mine at my local Gander Outdoors. They had a sale and then added the discount for new Sam's Club members. I think I saved 35% off a $200 bill of sale.

National Parks- go with America the Beautiful pass. They have a variety of "membership" levels. Plus they are good for multiple Federal Government areas, National Parks, National Monuments, COE facilities, etc.
I have the Access Pass and save 50% at each facility. State Parks are a different story, and subject to each states requirements.

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Old 08-16-2019, 09:09 AM   #12
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As "fjr vfr" said, you can't have too much truck - see signature.

Definitely Good Sam for RV park discounts and roadside assistance; Passport America will pay for itself in a couple of months if you are on the road regularly; Escapees is well worth the cost; America the Beautiful pass (or whatever they are calling it now) is a no-brainer.

If you go diesel register as a Flying J/Pilot RV member. Gets you pump start without going to fuel desk and cash price with a CC.

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