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Zinger – Pickup Day

Embracing the nomadic life with my Zinger, a 34-foot travel titan, I learned patience on the freeway. Venturing to Walmart, I realized even a giant RV could navigate the urban jungle. Equipping it for RV living involved gathering kitchen utensils, adapters, bedding, and an emergency kit, transforming the Zinger into a home on wheels.

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My 2008 Chrysler 300

I bought a Chrysler 300 used in 2015 or 2016.  I bought the car with 72,000 miles on it.  The vehicle started life in Canada as a rental car.

This car and I have traveled the US many, many times.  I post the mileage on Facebook, each 1000 miles.  

From Above, Right After Purchase
This is probably the most photographed Chrysler 300 built!
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At The Chrysler Plant
When in Rome they say. I was in Michigan,a nd couldn't stop myself. Stopped for a photo at the factory.
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420,000 Miles
The Chrysler 300 turns 420K. Sometime in 2021.
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The Safety, Legality, and Etiquette of Left Lane Driving

Discover the critical aspects of left lane driving in our latest blog post! We delve into the often-misunderstood rules and etiquette of using the left lane on highways. Learn why driving slowly in this lane not only raises safety concerns but also violates laws in states like South Carolina, Oklahoma, and Arizona. Our post highlights the dangers of increased lane changes, traffic congestion, and the obstruction of emergency vehicles. Plus, we explore why adhering to left lane etiquette is seen as more than just safe driving—it’s a matter of legal compliance and courtesy on the road. Join us as we navigate the complexities of left lane driving, blending legal facts with responsible driving practices for safer, smoother journeys.

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When I find time, I’ve been trying to get back to working with video, an activity I really enjoyed when i was younger.

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