Do you have to wear a seat belt as a passenger in an RV? Do kids have to wear RV seat belts? See what’s legal & what’s not. Plus, what’s safe for children and adults riding in the back of RVs. Since most RVers travel between states, it’s important that you know the RV seat belt laws in each state.
Many factories provide public tours that allow you to see just how things are made and eventually sold in stores. Just as interesting are Visitor Centers, Hall of Fame locations, and other national museums. Here are some factory tours and museums worth considering for your next RV road trip.
Chances are, your Class A motorhome or RV trailer exceeds the maximum width limit for motor vehicles. In most states, anything over 8-1/2 feet wide requires a special oversized load permit every time it will be moved. That is, unless you live very close to a qualifying interstate highway. Some states limit an RV’s width to only 8 feet wide!
The Fall colors are at their most vibrant from September all the way to November — starting in New England and Minnesota first toward the end of September, and proceeding down throughout the Southeast by mid-November. Here are the current foliage conditions and some must-see locations that are perfect for RV road trips!
With Norfolk, Williamsburg, and the Outer Banks of North Carolina just a short drive away, Virginia Beach is an excellent choice for your next RV roadtrip. Make your reservations for these RV campground early, because they fill up fast.
I’ve consulted with my RV friends and compiled a huge collection of links that can be used to help make your RV trip through Tennessee more enjoyable. Here are some sightseeing stops and attractions you might want to consider…