RV Driving / Towing Tips

First time driving an RV? You need to see these tips from RV owners before you drive, turn, back-up, and park an RV for the first time. It’s a lot different from driving a car! And if you’re traveling in an RV, chances are you’ll want to have a separate vehicle to drive around (for sightseeing, shopping, eating, grocery shopping, etc). Here, RVers are sharing their personal experiences and tips for towing a vehicle behind an RV — including RV trailer tips, tow dollies, hitch recommendations, tow ratings, and more.

RV Winter Driving Tips: Expert Advice From Full Time RVers!

Well, it looks like we’re going to be driving an RV for the first time in the winter snow. I have to admit, I’m a little nervous about it. I mean it’s hard enough keeping a regular car on the road… let alone a long & skinny motorhome! Here are some winter driving tips that we found helpful…

High Gas Prices Don’t Keep RVers From Hitting The Road

We recently spent $1,000 — in gas alone — on an RV trip from Elkhart, Indiana to Edmonton, Alberta Canada. We drove approximately 1,800 miles and got 6-1/2 miles per gallon. Despite the fact that you’re lucky to get 10 miles to the gallon and each fill-up can cost as much as $200, RV sales are still on the rise!

Elkhart Indiana to Edmonton Alberta Canada In An RV

Jim and 3 friends drove an RV cross country last week — all the way from Elkhart, Indiana to Edmonton Alberta Canada. This was Jim’s first time being an RV transport driver. They were taking a Renegade motorhome from the factory in Indiana to a sales lot in Canada.

How To Tow A Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

We are planning to tow our 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited behind an RV someday soon. Here’s what we’ve learned about towing four wheels down, and how to shift the transfer case into Neutral.