Category: The RVs We Drive

Digital RV Dash Readouts vs. Analogue

Digital instrument readouts, in lieu of analogue gauges, have been a trend in the auto industry for some vehicles for years. Motorhomes, however, are pretty well still in the analog stages for general engine- and speed-related data. The exception for this would be the SilverLeaf Glass Dash, which was available as aftermarket equipment. But is
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Vorad Collision Radar Review

Bendix VORAD (Vehicle On-Board Radar) is an option offered by many class A motorhome makers. Basically, it is a forward-viewing radar that provides following distance alerts, collision warning and stationary object alerts. This continually monitors the vehicle’s current path, warning the operator of any immediate action that may need to be taken. Additionally, The Bendix
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Quieter Diesel Engine Innovations

In years past, it wasn’t difficult to recognize the sound of a automobile diesel engine. Sounding like a herd of knock-kneed cattle, they were a stark contrast to their relatively silent gasoline-powered cousins. Even the use of sound dampening materials did little to mask the familiar mechanical clatter. Basically, the loud sounds were a product
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