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Staying Cool In Your RV

Staying Cool In Your RV

June 28, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

  Staying cool in your RV during the summer is a direct result of regular air conditioner maintenance.  Though there are both roof and basement AC units used by RV manufacturers, we will address the most common, roof mounted unit. The first and most frequent item that needs attention are the filters; that screen the […]

Decorating Your RV

Decorating Your RV

June 20, 2014 by · 3 Comments 

Is your RV all set for summer camping? There are so many great ideas for decorating your RV to create style and save space.  Whether its just a sink cover, installing a new drawer, or collapsable bowls, Camping World has the largest online RV supply store to help kick-start all of your RV shopping needs. […]

GPS Navigation In RVs

GPS Navigation In RVs

June 10, 2014 by · 5 Comments 

Is a GPS nav. system a worthwhile option?  To answer this question, I think we need to look at what possible benefits it may provide. First of all, basic point “A” to point “B” geographical guidance.  This is the primary use for most passenger automobiles, but what about the uses in a recreational vehicle application?  Here, […]

RV Resort Requirements

RV Resort Requirements

June 9, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

When planning a trip to a new destination, there is no better tool than the Good Sam RV Travel Guide and Campground Directory to have at your fingertips. Things like resort amenities and local attractions are but a few key benefits from trip planning with the Campground Directory. If you do not have a campground […]

Towable and Motorized RVs

June 8, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

  Making the choice of which type of RV is best for you, may not be simple. Towable and motorized RVs each has their advantages and disadvantages. Much depends on how you plan to use your vehicle. It also depends on your budget. Towable RVs make sense if you plan to stay in the same […]

DIY Project For Your RV

June 7, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

If your RV is approaching 10 years old or more, here’s a DIY project that will provide more bonus benefits than any other. Replacing an aging CRT TV with a modern light flat panel will pay in so many ways.  In addition, doing the work yourself is quite simple.  So, let’s look at why you […]

Extended Your RV Trip

Extended Your RV Trip

June 6, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

The enjoyment and fun derived from extending your RV trip really starts with the pre-trip planning. Not only can this time help make your RV trip a great adventure, it is also a lot of fun, in some cases almost as memorable as the trip itself.  So, let’s look at what things you may wish […]

Working While Traveling in an RV

Working While Traveling in an RV

June 5, 2014 by · 1 Comment 

As RVers seek ways to enjoy their lifestyle many have turned to working while traveling as a way to support their lifestyle and as a means to supplement their pensions. There are many ways for RVers to use their skills and talents to earn an income while living in an RV. Working while traveling in […]

RV and Camping Vacation Destinations Along the North Atlantic Coast

RV and Camping Vacation Destinations Along the North Atlantic Coast

June 2, 2014 by · 6 Comments 

The feel of cool sand between your toes, a gentle breeze blowing through your hair and the smell of the distinctively salty air can mean only one thing: ocean beaches! Of all the RV and camping destinations you can choose among all the seashores to pick from, there’s always been something special, even majestic, about […]

Class B Motor Homes

Class B Motor Homes

June 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

A look at a popular RV choice, Class B Motor Homes.  There are three classes of self powered motorized RV’s built today.  The class “A”, a bus-like profile available generally from 30 to 45 feet in length. The class “C” type, a vehicle constructed using a cutaway van front end united to a custom built […]

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