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RV Travel Newsletter Issue 867

Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 18th year of continuous publication, is funded primarily...

What we learned about you last week (October 6-12)

Hello again and welcome back to the place where we learn about you, our favorite people!  In last Saturday's newsletter, we were curious to know...

Do you drive or tow your RV?

Do you drive an RV — a motorhome or truck camper, for instance? Or do you tow your RV — a travel trailer or...

Should you carry a spare tire?

RV Tire Safety with RV tire expert Roger Marble I have posted about spare tires on my blog and on various RV forums. One thing almost...

RV fridge repair company sued for cheating customers in 40 states

An Arkansas business owner may be fined $1.5 million plus be required to make payments of about $81,000 in restitution to 155 customers in 40...

Rid your RV of ants and keep them out

Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, We just stayed at an RV campground in East Texas this week and there has...

Keep your starter battery charged this winter with Battery Tender

This is the time of year when RVers are either storing their rig for the winter or thinking about the warm sunny campgrounds and...

San Francisco neighborhood blames city for homeless RV problem

The growing number of RVs parked on neighborhood streets is "out-of-control" claims San Francisco neighborhood homeowners, and demand the city become more proactive in...

RV burns in Oregon from unattended candle

Though the motorhome was a total loss, no one was injured when an untended burning candle...

Two bodies found after four people swept away in Junction, Texas, flood

Two people are still missing from an RV park in Junction, Texas, after the Llano River flooded and washed out the park. Search and...

5 dead in Virginia as Hurricane Michael death toll rises to 11

Hurricane Michael destroyed coastal Florida cities beyond recognition, as homes, businesses and crops were uprooted or swamped inland from Georgia to Virginia. Hundreds of thousands...