Well, we now know why folks hate the grooves in Colorado's interstate 70. The grooves were definately responsible for us loosing all control and going into an uncontrollable trailer whip and crash after simply merging onto I-70 in Limon, Colorado at what the locals call "wreck curve"; a standard ashpalt downhill onramp at Limon, Colorado merging not too smoothly into I-70's concrete grooved pavement. Aparently we were the 4th or 5th trailer in 7 months to loose control and wreck there.... And, the very professional and nice State Trooper said that "since there was an accident he had to site us!" and could not blame the road conditions.
I'm new to travel trailers, so I'm thankful for this information.
Very glad to know that you survived intact.
I always hated riding my motorcycle on grooved highways too. It is amazing what can happen and how fast. I'm glad you guys are okay. On the next rv though, I vote for a class A. That's what we moved up to from our travel trailer and it is a much better traveling experience.
That is the reason we stayed away from travel trailers and purchased a Class C mini motor home. I would rather be stranded on the side of the road from a breakdown than to lose my jeep and my trailer at the same time. Keep on RVing!
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Im so glad you guys are ok!~!