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Monday, January 18, 2021

RVer Safety: A case study – Murder on the Bear River

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By Mike Sherman I hesitate to bring up the details of this particularly gruesome crime, so if you are sensitive in that regard you might...

Avoid drowsy driving: It’s a killer

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Driving while drowsy is a formula for disaster. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that each year 100,000 crashes are reported to...

RV Education 101: Check the tires when buying a used RV

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By Mark Polk RV EDUCATION 101® When you are buying a used RV, do not forget to check the tires. It’s not uncommon for RV tires...

Apps to help you weather a hurricane

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By Chris Guld, Geeks on Tour If you find yourself in the path of a hurricane, the best safety equipment you can have is your...
Hand santizer will not explode if left inside a vehicle in hot weather conditions.

Hand sanitizer fake news: It doesn’t explode in hot cars, trucks, RVs

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By James Raia Don't worry. The rumor about hand sanitizer exploding if left in a vehicle during hot weather is an internet myth. While flammable and...

RVer Safety: Be prepared for a tornado

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By Mike Sherman Perhaps you have seen disaster movies featuring a vivid display of nature's power. The special effects can be dazzling, no doubt about...

Coronavirus alters and cancels many readers’ upcoming RV trips

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In a recent story, we asked you if the coronavirus (COVID-19) has either altered your route or cancelled your upcoming RV travel plans entirely....

Mayor’s obsession: Driving in circles saves lives in Carmel, Indiana

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By James Raia RVers traveling toward Carmel, Indiana – heads up. You may be driving in a lot of circles since the city is the...

Bad weather RV driving tips

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris A big motorhome may look invincible, and being up above the road-hugging level of a four-cylinder coupe, the view...

Don’t make these mistakes with venomous snakes

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By Johnathan David As the summer months approach, hiking trails across the United States will undoubtedly see an increase in foot traffic and while hiking is...

A timely warning — trailer hitch breaks apart

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris Many RVers have a safety checklist they go over when pulling out on the road. For some, it's a...

Medications + Driving the RV = No!

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If you’re taking a medication, is it safe to drive your car or RV? Most likely, yes. Still, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration...

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