|RVer Safety: You might consider self-protection if wilderness camping
By Mike Sherman We have read news accounts of strangers shooting at campers walking on a trail. This story takes a unique turn. Imagine pulling into your remote campsite. You tell your wife to take the dog to the bathroom while you better position your vehicle to maximize the comfort of your rural, isolated campsite […]
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POSTED JULY 19, 2019 6:00 PM
|RV Tire Safety: Lug nut torque – a critical safety item
With RV tire expert Roger Marble Those that have read their owner’s manual may recall seeing a mention of the need to check the lug nut torque. In this case, we are talking about how “tight” the nuts should be to ensure the wheels stay on our vehicles. Others may have a warning label on […]
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POSTED JULY 19, 2019 6:00 PM
|Every RVer needs a “Bragging Map”
We loved adding a new state to our stick-on map on the RV. My husband, Jim, and I would fight over who would get the honor to stick on each new state as we went. It was a very exciting day when, after 6 years living fulltime on the road, we filled in the last […]
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POSTED JULY 19, 2019 12:35 PM
|RV Electrical Safety: Part 4 – Hot-Skin Voltage
By Mike Sokol Dear Readers, Following is one of the most important articles I’ve ever written, and possibly ever will write. In the original version back in 2010 I introduced the concept to the RV industry of using a Non-Contact Voltage Tester to detect a dangerous hot-skin/contact-voltage. Since then I’ve received hundreds of emails detailing […]
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POSTED JULY 19, 2019 3:00 AM
|The Business of Work Camping: Technology – Part 1
By Sam Suva What helped us in our RV lifestyle? What did we key into to receive help from technology? I hope you enjoy this two-part series on what we used and have found helpful on our journey. Hopefully it will make yours less “interesting,” shall we say? Technology allowed us to browse for the […]
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POSTED JULY 19, 2019 2:00 AM
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|Top 10 Most Asked Questions About RVs
POSTED JULY 16, 2019 7:08 PM
|Best Travel Trailers for Families
Are you looking for a travel trailer that is right for your family and your wallet? Look no further! We have pulled six units that are in three different price ranges and are made for families of all sizes.
POSTED JULY 10, 2019 7:00 PM
|RV Spotlight: 2019 Cruiser Embrace EL 280
POSTED JULY 02, 2019 7:00 PM
|RV Spotlight: 2019 VanLeigh Beacon 40FLB
Let’s take a look at the VanLeigh Beacon 40FLB and delve into the features of this unique RV. Take a few minutes to see what each room of this unit has to offer and how it will take your camping life to the next level.
POSTED JUNE 25, 2019 7:00 PM
|RV Spotlight: 2019 Phoenix Cruiser 2910T Class B-Plus
POSTED JUNE 18, 2019 7:00 PM
|Best RV Park Destinations for Your Lifestyle
It’s time to start planning those summer camping trips. To help you find the best campground for your needs, we have put together a list of some of the best RV campgrounds for different types of RV lifestyles. From family-friendly parks, to adventure seeker paradise - and even RV parks with casinos! Get a head start on your summer travel plans here and find the best resort for you.
POSTED JUNE 12, 2019 7:00 PM
|9 Best Campgrounds in the US
It’s time to start planning your summer camping road trips! Choosing a destination can be easy, finding a campsite to stay at is the hard part. It can be a challenge to find a campground that offers everything you’re looking for, from full hookups to kid-friendly activities or luxury campgrounds to budget-friendly sites. We looked at campgrounds with top reviews on Google and have gathered a list of nine of the best campgrounds in the U.S. to help you discover what you’re looking for.
POSTED JUNE 05, 2019 3:06 PM
|What it's REALLY Like to RV in a Campervan
Have you ever wondered what it’s really like to travel and live in a Class B motorhome? We spoke with Joe and Emily from The Vantastic Life who have been traveling in their campervan for over a year.
POSTED MAY 30, 2019 1:49 PM
|The Boundless Bakers Share Tips for Full Time RVing with Toddlers
Do you have memories of camping with your family when you were a kid? Being in a new place, exploring the outdoors, s’mores around the campfire? For many RVers camping as a kid is what led to their love of camping as adults. Now that you have a family of your own you’ll want to provide these same experiences for your little ones. But, imagine if you could give them those experiences all the time and not just on weekend camping getaways? More and more people are leaving behind traditional ways of life and adopting the full time RV lifestyle! It is estimated there are now more than a million Americans living the full time in and RV (Washington Post). If this sounds like a life you’d like to lead, but feel that having little kids is holding you back, think again. Full time RVing with toddlers is 100% doable and a great way to raise your family! Do keep in mind there are ways to make life with toddlers easier on the road just as there are with toddlers in a “sticks and bricks” home. Here are three tips for RVing full time with young kids.
POSTED MAY 21, 2019 8:00 PM
|Campers Inn RV Acquires Dick Gore's RV World
Campers Inn RV, the nation’s largest chain of family-operated RV dealerships, is proud to announce it has acquired Dick Gore’s RV World, which includes three RV dealerships in Jacksonville, Florida; St. Augustine, Florida, and Richmond Hill, Georgia. The dealerships will remain open as they transition into the Campers Inn RV organization.
POSTED MAY 20, 2019 8:00 PM