Time for a New License?
Our world is opening up after 15 months of living under Covid restrictions, the summer seems to be back to pre-covid levels of activity. This is a very good sign for our future travels both by RV and overseas trips.
Along with a birthday this month (turned 75), Ken found that he had to renew/upgrade his driving license and take a driving test. Many states, including IL, have an RV driving test. Links on the website provide info about such states, but after some miscommunications, he passed the driving test in the MH so we're good for four more years of MH travel.
Also this month, we purchased new ebikes that more easily fit our traveling lifestyle. These are full folding bikes with 20 inch tires. Although our old bikes folded in half, they were still too big to manage on day trips. The new bikes fit into storage bins which can be lifted into the hatch back of either of our cars. A great option and one that will keep both the car and bike from damage.
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Above: Yes, that’s a folding bike that we picked up in IL after ordering it is FL. 20” wheels make it easier to load into our cars.
Right: One bike folded & in its bin and the other ready for riding. Both fit easily in the hatch .
Below: Sign with hourly RV repair rate - Freighliner in Chicagoland.