After leaving Florida, I headed to Kentucky to visit my aunt. In Atlanta during rush hour traffic, it sounded like I had a blow out. I managed to limp to the off ramp and saw that the tire was up but had come apart. I contacted Good Sam Roadside Assistance and the tow driver and I got the RV to a side street so he could put on the new tire.
The damage to the rig consist of the tray under the sewer compartment being bent badly. I think the hose in the compartment kept the sewer from being damaged .
When I got to Kentucky, my cousin bent out the tray enough for me to get a sewer hose
in the compartment. The sewer hose that was there was terribly destroyed. I had just brought
A tire monitorng system for the RV but had it sent to my son-in-law to put on when I got to Maryland.
I saw my aunt and took care of some business then headed to Maryland. I decided not to stop and drive closer to my daughter's. I stopped for gas in Maryland and felt tired but can not use that as an accuse. I always check my backup camera to make sure the car clears the gas tank barriers. This time I guess I did not look. You can not feel the car back there so I drove off. When I got so tired I felt that I could not drive anymore, I got off the interstate. As I was turning a corner, I saw the drivers side of my car and freaked.
The car is all repaired but I learned a lesson to not drive when I am tired.
My son-in-law was putting on the tire monitors when he saw the front tires and told me I needed new front tires and an alignment. I took the RV in for that but was told I needed new front shocks as well. I had also damaged the cable that connects the lights of RV to car.