Saturday, May 15, 2021

Loading your RV. Some tips. Be careful!

Most RVs these days come with a lot of storage space. But as Walter Cannon of the RV Safety & Education Foundation explains, you...

Hiding places for your valuables in your RV

By Peggi McDonald There are many places to create "out of sight" hiding places for your valuables in your RV. It's difficult to steal something...

Caution! Snakes, scorpions and spiders lurk near campgrounds – beware!

By Nanci Dixon Camping in the Southwest? Hiking? Even if you're just going for a leisurely stroll around the campground you'll want to watch out...

Do you have a dash camera on your RV or tow vehicle?

Dash cams have become fairly popular among RV owners. Sure, you can capture what are sometimes insane wrecks on the road in front of...

10 tips for staying safe while hiking or walking in the desert

By Nanci Dixon As snowbirds migrate to the Southwest, the desert and mountains beckon with the promise of amazing hikes and glorious sunsets. As alluring...

Have you seen any of these FBI Top Fugitives?

The following contains current and historical information as of Oct. 31, 2020. It's based on FBI records and is updated by the Investigative Publicity...

Self-storage facilities: Is your RV safe?

By Tony Barthel Is an RV self-storage place a safe place to keep your RV when you’re not using it? According to some respondents it...

RVers must take responsibility for their own safety

By Bob Difley RVers must take responsibility for their own safety, especially when boondocking. One of the many joys associated with boondocking is finding those...
US Postal Service trucks are burning at an alarming rate.

Going postal: Newly named delivery trucks delayed – again

By James Raia When the U.S. Postal Service finally replaces its geriatric delivery vehicles, the new fleet will be assembled in the United States and...

Lane-savvy driving – The safe way to travel

By Greg Illes Transitioning from driving a car to herding a big RV down the road can be both a pleasure and a challenge. Dragging...

Where do you hitch your breakaway cable?

By Dave Helgeson (updated Nov. 4, 2020) Travel trailer owners have debated on where to attach the breakaway cable to the tow vehicle as long as...

Tips for Interstate highway RV driving

By Ray Burr, The right lane is your friend. There are many advantages to staying in the far right lane: it’s where the slower...

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