Dave's treks are notorious for keeping the expectant owner on egg shells. Once you unit leaves ETI you have his american and canadian cell phones. Depending on his route, he may not enter US until 1-3 days. In my case, both times he was held up at Customs and there is always a stop in Goshen, In. for repairs. Then you are in phone contact and you try to help him get to your destination. The final hour is always nice, watching for his truck with your new Escape on the rear approaching. I always worried about low hanging trees in our neighborhood but he was on top of that issue. He is an interesting person, really nice guy, and he takes care of your new Escape as if it were
his own. Not a scratch after 3000 miles.
Ps-He likes Italian food so I slipped him a Jackson for a local place that has a large parking lot for his rig. That made both of us happy, he was going to have a sit down meal and I had BlackJack, finally.
never in doubt, often wrong