Category: Traveling Tips

Canadian Currency — What You Need to Know

See our ongoing coverage of Canada’s 150th birthday in the coming weeks. RVing and Canadian currency — what you need to know. American RVers planning a trip up to Canada should not forget to obtain some Canadian currency sufficient to cover their cash needs. This will save you money and hassle: Although U.S. dollars are accepted in many Canadian businesses, the U.S.-Canada
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Tech Tips: Ball and Trailer Coupler Reflection

An ingenious way for SUV drivers to hitch up to their towables

I just bought a Chevy Tahoe SUV, and found an easy way to view the hitch ball and trailer coupler while hitching up. I partially opened the rear-window hatch until I could see a perfect reflection of the hitch in the smoked glass. Once that position was determined, I added two wire hooks to a
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Dinghy Decision: To Tow or Not to Tow

Motorhomes pulling autos—so-called “dinghy” vehicles—are a common sight on the nation’s highways as another summer nears. Dinghies are four-down flat-towed, two-wheel dolly-pulled or carried in an open or fully enclosed trailer.  All of these to provide a vehicle to get around at various destinations. Flat towing, that is towing with all four wheels on the road,
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