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I work on websites every day (my 9-5er).
Historically, websites have used the HTTP protocol - as this site currently does - "http://toyotamotorhome.org". For the past few years now, most websites have been transitioning over from HTTP to HTTPS. HTTPS provides additional security to the user of the website - i.e., helps protect information sent and received on the website and helps to protect information that could potentially be stolen.
On websites that have not made the transition to HTTPS, most browsers now show that "Not Secure" warning.
Note that this warning does NOT mean that the website is currently affected by malware, nor does it mean hackers are currently lying in wait ready to steal your information. It just means that there is the possibility as the website is incapable of of providing a secure connection and therefore, it is open to such things happening in the future.
There is a super easy and inexpensive fix to this though. The owner of this website could just purchase an SSL certificate (to be renewed every year) and install/enable the HTTPS protocol on the website's server. Then, instead of seeing the "Not Secure" warning, we'll all see a lock icon and the URL will then read "https://toyotamotorhome.org". Easy peasy.
That is a great deal on those Hankook tires if you can pick them up.
I've been happy (so far) with my Thunderer Ranger R101 185R14 102/100Q TH0304
$66.50 each total with shipping and tax. You take them to a local shop to install/balance
I had some issues getting my tires properly balanced. Most car tire shops don't have the right adapters to properly hold our rims. I had to go to a local truck tire shop to find someone with the right tools to properly balance them.
5 hours ago, linda s said:
Warning, don't expect this price to last long. If you want them buy them now
Agreed. The only lower price I've ever seen ($60) didn't include Free Shipping.
EDIT. I just looked and they no longer have a $60 price. Now $93.