RVers share their personal experiences & tips for renting an RV. Here’s what you can expect when you rent, RV rental costs & fees, where to rent an RV near you.
As a full-time RVer, you need an insurance policy that is similar to a homeowner’s insurance policy -- simply adding your RV to your standard auto insurance policy isn’t enough. Here fulltime RVers are sharing the best ways to get affordable RV insurance, what you need to know before you rent an RV, pros & cons of insuring your RV through an Auto insurance company vs. an RV insurance company -- even RV warranty issues & how to avoid rejected extended RV warranty claims.
Jim and I have used our Good Sam Club membership card at lots of different RV campgrounds to save on camping costs AND at lots of different Camping World stores (and online) to save on RV parts and accessories. Those discounts alone have more than paid for our membership. Here’s why we think membership in the Good Sam Club is a good thing — especially for new RVers who are planning their first RV trips.
Extended warranties offer protection from high cost RV repairs. Beware… seldom do they cover everything! Also, extended RV warranty claims are being rejected more than ever before. See why…
High wind and RV awnings are a bad combination. Awnings just can’t stand up to a good stiff breeze. Here are some tips to make your RV awning last longer, plus tricks to prevent damage in high winds.
Here are some questions you need to ask yourself before you jump into fulltime RV travel. This is how worked for us. With a little planning, you will do just fine too.
When your RV windshield glass gets a small ding these are your options: Get the ding sealed immediately before it spreads for around $30, or ignore it until it spreads and you have to replace the whole windshield. Repairing RV windshield glass will cost well over $1,000.
When you’re new to RV travel, you might not be aware that many RV friendly places will bend over backwards to attract your business. Here are the top 6 places where you can usually stay for free… and take advantage of other conveniences too.
By looking at all aspects of the RV lifestyle ahead of time, when it comes time to sign the contract on that new RV your decision will be based on a clear understanding of the types of expenses associated with RVing as a whole.
A good RV driving school can teach you all the same skills that the professional truck drivers need — including how to make a daily safety inspection to ensure that your RV is ready to hit the road, and how to handle your RV in many different situations. Here’s how you can find RV training schools, seminars, and courses in your area.
Following these few simple defensive driving techniques will greatly increase the likelihood that your RV lifestyle won’t be cut short because of an unfortunate accident that probably could have been avoided — if you had just done things a little differently.
Having appliances like the RV refrigerator or plumbing give you problems can be annoying, but when the RV’s motor sputters to a halt and all you get is a Click, Click when you attempt to restart… things can get serious real quick. Your options for seeking roadside assistance vary greatly, depending on what type of RV you have.
As a full time RVer, you need an insurance policy that is similar to a homeowner’s insurance policy. Adding your RV onto your standard auto insurance policy isn’t enough. Find RV insurance online with these reputable companies that insure RVs.
How in the world do you maneuver an RV that’s practically as big as a house?! Driving a Class A motorhome can be intimidating. But it’s a skill that can be easily learned — with a little practice. Here are some tips for your first time driving a Class A motorhome.