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This RV is pulled by a scooter

This is one way you might have camped in the U.K. back in 1959 — with a scooter and collapsible trailer. It wouldn't do...

Vintage electric car might not be good as a ‘toad’

The oil crisis of 1973 changed gas prices forever and made an electric car that costs about a penny a mile to operate look...

Roadside gimmicks a thing of the past

By Chuck Woodbury A half century ago, before Interstates, businesses along the two-lane highways typically relied on a visual gimmick to attract customers. A sign...

Amazing motorhome was once one huge tree

RV Travel reader Richard Hughes sent us this photo of a 1924 Redwood Log Motor Coach. "An uncle, on my father's side, was an...

Airstream tribute video is inspiring to all RVers

  If you own an Airstream RV, you must watch this wonderful four-minute mini-documentary about the trailer and its history. Even if you are not...

GMC motorhomes were way ahead of their time

Most motorhomes built more than 40 years ago are badly showing their age by now — if you can even find one outside a...

RV maker celebrates 50 years with beautiful video

  This is one of the best promotional videos we’ve come across from an RV manufacturer. It celebrates 50 years of building RVs from Triple...

Wow! Can you see yourself in this vintage trailer?

  Isn't this pretty? Can you imagine the attention you’d get rolling into an RV park with this beauty? This must be one of the best...

Postcards: relics of the past

  By Chuck Woodbury EDITOR, RVTRAVEL.COM Go back 100 years. Just imagine: there were no RVs and only a few primitive cars with few...

The most famous RVer of all time

I'd like to tell you a brief story about the most famous American to travel by RV. Yet most people never knew he did....

Highway Hostesses: Cleaning America’s gas station restrooms

By Chuck Woodbury Editor, RVtravel.com Before we traveled with our RVs, most of us traveled in cars. If you are older than 60, you likely recall...

When people discovered the world through postcards

  By Chuck Woodbury Editor, RVtravel.com Go back 100 years. Just imagine: there were no RVs and only a few primitive cars with few roads to...