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  1. Don't suppose they have someone in WA who could do it?
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  2. Hi Rich I know others have said they replaced their screens themselves, but we had our caravan door & window screens replaced with black midge mesh by Paul and Vanessa Archer - Swap & Stop Midge Screens. They are based on the Sunshine Coast and can be contacted by mobile 0448911235 or email pandvarch@gmail.com I can recommend them, they did a great job with our van. Cheers Karen
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  3. Steve .... my apologies! I did not get back yo you to thank you for responding to my question. Got a bit distracted with a few things which put the Caravan blinds and fly screens to the bottom of the list. I will follow up now and appreciate your input. All the best to you & Kez ....catch you, again, sometime on the track! Cheers Richard
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  4. I enquired of Kedron if they could replace the flyscreens/blinds on my 2012 Kedron ATV. Robyn tells me that Kedron do not provide this service anymore. Can anyone recommend a repairer in the Brisbane/Sunshine Coast area that can tackle this job and do it properly? Thanks …. Richard
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  5. Congrats on the new (to you) cross country vehicle! Here's some helpful advice on insurance companies as you take delivery: * **Compare Rates:** Don't just stick with your current insurer. Get quotes from several companies, including national providers and regional specialists that might cater to SUVs or off-road vehicles. * **Consider Your Coverage Needs:** Tailor your coverage to your specific needs and the vehicle's value. Cross country adventures might involve different risks than city driving, so consider factors like roadside assistance, comprehensive coverage for off-roading mishaps, and uninsured motorist coverage for remote areas. * **Ask About Discounts:** Many insurers offer discounts for things like low mileage, safety features on your new car, bundling multiple policies, or being a good driver with no accidents. * **Read the Fine Print:** Don't just focus on the monthly price. Understand deductibles (the amount you pay before insurance kicks in), coverage limits, and any exclusions that might apply. Here are some resources to help you compare quotes: * Web aggregators like NerdWallet [invalid URL removed] or [The Zebra](https://www.zebra.com/) can get you quotes from multiple companies. * Consumer Reports ([Consumer Reports](https://www.consumerreports.org/)) offers car insurance ratings and reviews. Remember, the best company depends on your individual needs and driving habits. Take some time to compare, ask questions, and find the coverage that gives you peace of mind for your cross-country adventures!
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  6. A guy is driving down the road when he spots a gypsy caravan with a sign outside saying, "readings $30" Thinking, "this could be a laugh", he pulls over and enters the caravan. The gypsy immediately grabs his hands, looks at them for a couple of seconds and stares into his eyes. She says, "sweet child o' mine, livin' on a prayer ,stairway to heaven, don't dream it's over." "wow", said the guy, "those are my favourite songs!" "impressive", he continues, "please, tell me my future" "can't" exclaims the gypsy, "I am just a four tune teller"
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  7. Richard, I did ours myself. I purchased the (Black) Midge mesh from Bunnings. It is an easy process and there is a stack of info on this site about it. check the search button. Cheers Steve
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  8. Hi Neil. We have our 2012 ATV and 2017 Landcruiser Sahara insured through Ken Tame and Associates. Have been with them about 12 years. They will do ‘agreed’ value as opposed to ‘market’ value. You have to be a member of the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA) in order to insure through Ken Tame and Associates. We’ve found them very easy to deal with. We’ve also heard good things about Caravan Insurance Ltd (CIL). As Sandra said, it’s best to shop around. Cheers from Pete.
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