The liability and responsibility is all yours when you tow a car behind your motorhome. These tips and video will show you how to safely pull a vehicle behind your RV.
If it has to do with full-size motorcoaches and motor homes, then we're talking about it here! RVers share their personal tips for downsizing your life to become a full-time RVer and travel in a motor home, how to do motorhome repairs yourself, and the best motorhome accessories & add-ons for newbies.
RV buying involves making many comparisons to find out which type best matches your needs. Fifth wheel RVs and motorhomes have some dramatic differences that are spelled out for you here. There’s even a video of another option, the Sprinter Van based motorhome.
RV pictures alone just aren’t enough when you want to see details of the many features inside RVs. RV virtual tours make it possible to see all of those special features up close. Watch these RV virtual tours to find your next dream RV.
Mountain driving in an RV requires some unique maneuvering both up and down hills. It’s much different in an RV than in a car. Here’s how to drive up hills and down hills in an RV without burning up your brakes.
An RV corners completely different than a car does. In city driving, cars will be crowding you. They may even trap you, causing you to hit them during the corner. This video shows how important it is to understand safe cornering with your RV.
Maneuvering in close quarters when RV parking is an art learned over time with repetition. These 7 tips will get you started. Practice makes perfect — especially when learning how to back up a trailer for the first time.
As Class B RVs become more popular, the Sprinter Van stands heads and shoulders above all the rest. I mean that literally, because they’re the only van made with full stand-up interior height right from the factory. The Sprinter Van is the hottest new RV on the market right now!
New RVs don’t magically appear at the RV dealership. RV transport drivers drive the RVs to the dealers’ showrooms directly from the factory. Becoming an RV transport driver is one way to travel in a new RV with someone else paying all the expenses!
The upgrade to a diesel pusher RV is a big step. There’s a lot to learn, much of which isn’t even mentioned in the owners manual. Take notes & ask a lot of questions during your walk through. This video shows how complicated diesel pusher RVs really are.
Why spend hours walking from one RV to the next. Shopping for your next RV online is so much easier and narrows the field down to only a few when it comes time to make the final decision. This video show how much you can learn about an rv online.
Towing a car behind your RV has definite pros and cons. The freedom gained is nice, but the extra cost can add up. Renting a car when you get to your destination may be a better choice. This video demonstrates proper procedures if you are towing a car.
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.
Montana holding companies are a way to legally avoid sales tax on the purchase of high end RVs. There are pros and cons and legal obligations involved, but if it’s right for you there will be many thousands of dollars saved.
Truck stops are busy with semi trucks looking to refuel and go. Diesel RVs are welcome, but you need to use proper etiquette so you don’t slow down the process for the big rigs. This video will give you an idea of what a professional driver goes through each day.
There are many decision that you must make when choosing the best RV for you. Think about your circumstances these other factors and then make a list of pros & cons of each type of RV.
Owning a diesel pusher RV is like living in the lap of luxury in comparison to their gas engine RV counterparts. There are pros & cons to consider when you make the leap from a gas engine RV to a luxury diesel pusher RV.
Getting away from it all is even better with a 4×4 RV. Just use caution as going to far can do some serious damage to your RV, and repairs could get costly real quick!
RVs make great portable temporary housing — on the job site, when evacuating after a natural disaster, even when relatives come to visit!
Rather than accepting the quick depreciation that comes with buying a new RV, why not buy a used RV and remodel it to suit your tastes? The money savings alone can be substantial!
The whole RV industry is rapidly changing to meet the needs of customers looking for more economical ways to travel. Along the way, many old familiar companies are falling by the wayside like Fleeetwood and Beaudry.
Maneuvering a big RV for the first time can be tricky. New motorhome drivers need to take care.
When you need to evacuate quickly what better way than in an RV. Here’s how to use your RV during times of emergency.
If you can’t afford the price of a Monaco motorcoach, you can surely afford a die-cast miniature version of this high-class RV.
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.
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!