Category: Roads & Routes

Driving in Downpours

If the predictions for this winter’s El Nino are even close to accurate, we’re in for a wet winter. If a storm catches you out on the road, here are some tips for remaining in control of your RV and proceeding as safely as possible. Slow down. Your RV will handle differently in slippery, wet conditions, and your vision will
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Flood Watch: Staying Dry in High Waters

One of the deadliest weather events in the country is the flash flood. Each year these unbelievably quick developing floods, and flooding in general, claim about one hundred lives. Brought on by sudden heavy rain falls, an otherwise peaceful scene can be turned into a deadly water flow washing down a mountainside. Then there are
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Gulf Coast Getaway

From historic towns to white-sand beaches to world-class fishing, the Gulf Coast serves up new adventures at every turn. Regardless of your itinerary, you can rely on two constants: beautiful coastlines and stellar seafood prepared with a southern flare. After this trip, you may never want to venture inland again. Follow this itinerary from Biloxi,
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How Much Wind is Too Much for Your RV?

Most owners of motor homes and large trailers have probably experienced the challenge of driving in high gusty winds.  Add some passing semi’s and it can soon turn into what could only be described as a “White Knuckle” drive. So, how much wind is too much?  There is no correct answer for this question as
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