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Traveling Solo with Margo: RV driving schools

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By Margo Armstrong At last, the perfect RV materializes. Now what? Just looking at it sends chills down your back. Sitting in the driver's seat...
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Basic tips for “dry camping”

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By Bob Difley Dry camping, camping without utility hookups, requires special preparations – and that includes wise use of electricity. Here are a few basic...
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Leaving the comfort zone of home hard for first-time solo RVer

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Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about solo RVing.  Hi Bob, I'm still getting ready to go solo in my 30-foot National Sea Breeze 5th...

Reader letter – First RV trip a disaster!

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By Gary Hammond Last summer was our first time to “camp” in an RV. For 15 years, we had only been in tent trailers. We began...

New RVer asks: Why is my RV too old for the park?

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris An RVer with a 1989 motorhome tried making a reservation in an RV park. When the reservation clerk learned...

One way to save your motorhome’s rear end

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By Ron Jones Dragging the rear end of your motorhome, especially while flat-towing a car with the tow bar attached, is not good. This is...

Making your first RV trip with your dog

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Taking your dog on an RV trip can be rewarding for both you and Fido but it requires planning. Only non-aggressive dogs should be...

Overweight RVs: An industry and consumers’ problem

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By Greg Gerber editor, RV Daily Report There has been a lot of discussion in recent years about overweight RVs. Most of the talk centers around...

RV weight limits can sneak up on you

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By Greg Illes I've learned to always drive my RV within its specified weight limits. How I learned this is a long and somewhat sordid...

RVing: Travel without the hassle

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By RV Travel Staff Family vacations are a tradition as old as travel itself. But these days with far-flung family and dwindling free time, planning...

Avoid big trouble: know your RV’s height

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris It should be intuitive for RVers, but a British insurance firm has the "straight up" facts: If you keep...

Watch out for this RV power drag

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By Jim Twamley It is said that a good journalist always has four things with him: Pencil and pad, a camera, and his wits. Fortunately...
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