Is it every OK to wear a hat when driving ?

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  1. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Noticed a few driving motorhomes with hats on .... do they also wear in bed :winky:

    come on, own up .. what type do you wear ..or not as the case may be :roflmto:
     
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    Guilty as charged. I like some form of peak or brim on my hat when driving as it keeps the sun out of my eyes much better than the sun visor...
     
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    probaly a good idea to wear a hat in an RV when its raining,with the rain comeing through the roof:roflmto:
    but cant see the need in a euro van/motorhome:thumb:
     
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    I have noticed at shows a leaning to to some people wearing Cowboy hats.
    Is this the RV Badge?:Eeek:
     
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    if you dont understand,its an american thing:roflmto::winky:
     
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    GRRRR... It is not a cowboy hat it is an Ausie Bush hat. Much bigger brim.
    Keeps the rain off the neck, glasses and shoulders.... Only worn when weather is inclement...
     
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    Yes - and one with mesh for when it's hot ::bigsmile:
     
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    And one with corks to keep the flies off :roflmto:
     
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    I've owned a couple of A Classes where you have a half acre of glass in front of you and when the sun is low a hat is the best thing to keep it out of your eyes. Not a cowboy hat though, it has to be a Tilley:Smile: [​IMG]
     
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    I wear a hat similar to this person's below ::bigsmile:


    [​IMG]
     
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    Proper job the Tilley, have a couple on board the boat. Floats, doesn't degrade in sunlight, lifetime guarantee, name and address inside the pocket should you loose it......

    .............Proper job
    :thumb:
     
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    We have loads in Suffolk and Norfolk that wear hats when driving, and we give them a wide berth, :winky: especially on market days the only day most of them go out.:Doh::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: Bob.
     
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    looks like a Itinerant hat to me.

    I am now leaving the building:Eeek:
     
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    I wear one every day

    I wear one every day.. I have done for years and years.. I have 4 cowboy hats.. one is straw working hat I bought in Aberlene in Kansas, I have a rodeo 5XXXXX beaver which I wear at Malvern I also have a Stetson - gunslinger which is for best wear.

    But I wear a Minnitonka made (USA) hat every day when I go out on the scooter walking Ezzie and often at shows it is real waterproof.. beaten up and old .. as lived in.

    I drive often with a baseball cap as I have a large window screen and it allows me to knock out the sun by tipping it down a bit... the screen blinds are not big enough.

    I also have an old South African hat made out of the skin of a Kudo.. very soft and waterproof that I sometimes use (not often).... hats are to me as important as shoes are to SWMBO.


    Do not wear them in bed.

    Bob:Blush:
     
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    [​IMG]Now this is a Itinerant hat,

    This is Not..[​IMG]
     
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    Must confess love hats of all types.. I have hat collection, Ausie leather bush hat, black cowboy Stetson, (bought in Germany of all places) , Driza-Bone wax hat, SA bush hat, Harris Tweed flat cap (for driving in Suffolk :roflmto:) and countless baseball hats ..

    in bed.. ? that's for me to know... :winky:



    EDIT

    Just noticed the typo in the post title ... :Doh:
     
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    A bit off topic but why do (older) people put white sun hats on the parcel shelves of their car? They are always trilby type things.

    It shouldnt , but it winds me up.::bigsmile:
     
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    just as bad.... a builders hard hat :Doh:
     
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    I've got a Tilley and according to the advertising bumph they fed one to an elephant and it passed through the elephants digestive system and came out unscathed, must be good!!
     
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    I can not see how anything farted out an elephants backside can be any good:ROFLMAO:
     
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