Category: Preparation & Readiness

Importance of the Pre-Trip Walkaround

There are many things that must be done when breaking camp with your trailer or motorhome. Often, a checklist is followed to assure that each item has been readied and checked before hitting the road. Generally, the last item to be completed is a full walk around. This involves the driver walking entirely around the vehicle
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Winterizing Your RV

The shorter days and cooler nights are a sign that seasonal changes are afoot. It soon will be time to get your RV ready for the cold grasp of winter. This means winterizing the unit for its long off-season hibernation. With so many RV brands and model levels, it is impossible to list the step
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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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10 Tips for Staying Alert Behind the Wheel

We would all like to think that we are safe drivers, able to quickly make the right decisions, react to hazards and dangers instinctively, and avoid impaired thinking due to drowsiness. But “sleep is a powerful biological drive—one that can overtake even the best driver,” according to the National Sleep Foundation. ” Rolling down the
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