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Well, in Bumblescum, Alabama, I know of a few ‘under-developed’ truck stops that would indulge a roach-coach for the simple attraction of something different, but you would have to pay them to use their space. One such truck stop in Tallapoosa charges rent for a t-shirt vendor and other numerous vendors to sit and offer services on their property. They advertise on the cb and some of them make money.
To address the underbelly of these British buses, there is no room to speak of for holding tanks, such things have to be installed over the floor and under sinks/counter tops. It’s difficult, but not impossible.
As for Right hand drives, I can’t speak for other states, but Alabama and Florida don’t care which side of the bus you drive on, so long as the bus is on the right side of the road [lol]
Upscale is pretty divisive, you could say, “Unique”, but what the heck…how many restaurants on wheels can you go to the second floor and look out over the city? County two lane roads, low overpasses and tunnels are the only real worries when you go to a new place, but if you are in a city, chances are you rarely depart from your regular routes. The only CDL that I know of needing is if you drive people around on the bus. Stop and serve, you don’t have to have CDL’s…atleast not in Coondoggy, Alabama~