Driving an RV is very different than driving a car! Most of us learned how to drive an RV the hard way — through trial and error (and a lot of mistakes). But sitting behind the wheel of a large RV on your first road trip is not the best time to figure out all the challenges and nuances that come with driving RVs. Here are 12 important first-time RV driving tips for newbies to learn before renting an RV… or buying one.
Here, RVers are sharing their tips and experiences using cruise control while RVing.
Highlights of Monaco’s new Safety Cruise which tracks up to 20 vehicles around you and decides when to slow down in order to maintain a safe following distance from the vehicle in front of you. Plus, a variety of other RV cruise control issues discussed.
After you purchase a new or used RV — be it a motorhome or trailer — the most costly item needed to move it down the highway is the fuel that makes the motor run. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do to maximize how far your fuel investment will take you. Here are some tips for getting the most from your RV fuel dollars on the road.
Having trouble climbing hills in your motorhome? What about when you’re towing something like a car, a boat, or a utility trailer behind the RV? With an auxiliary transmission, you can climb the tallest mountain with ease.
Here’s a list of the most unique features that make Monaco coaches stand out from all the rest.