Hello Folks: Now that my 2552 is nearing completion, our thoughts turn to the pick up process.When we placed the order the salesman told us normal process was we would provide an insurance binder and they would provide a paper temporary Indiana plate.I called our insurance agent and he told me that because we live in Massachusetts, that wouldn't work for two reasons.First: he said a Massachusetts insurance company wouldn't provide insurance to a Massachusetts resident for an out of state registrationSecond: Massachusetts does not recognize any temporary out of state registrations. A quick google seems to support his statements.Wondering if any MA residents have experience with this.Right now I am thinking we are going to need to go to the factory to inspect and purchase the unit and then fedex the paperwork to my agent who will register the vehicle and fedex us the plates before we can take delivery.If all goes well it should only add a few days to the process. Any ideas?Thanks, Jim Godfrey
Wondering if anybody had the extra tall shower skylight option installed. You can see mine in the pic below.Have not seen it in person but it looks terrible in this picture.If you have one, does it add to the feeling of spaciousness inside the shower? (I am only 5'7")Is it as noticeable from the ground as it appears in this pic?The skylight is the big white dome on the far right in the picture.
Hi Jim, exciting times!The new rig looks super!I happened to be on the road in mine when I saw your message. My tape measure shows 74.5 inches height to shower base in the center of the standard dome. I'm currently about 5'8" (used to be taller ) and have noticed no issues inside the shower. The dome is pretty translucent, so it doesn't give much sense of definite height overhead.I don't think the height of the dome will seem noticeable--especially at closer distances to the PC than your photo. I'll actually be at Elkhart on Monday, as I'm dropping by to let them install an antenna on my unit--so I hope to be able to see your rig in person!All the best, Mike