Thursday, November 30, 2023


Video: Take a spin in a toy hauler? We don’t think this is what they meant…

This toy hauler driver took “Take it out for a spin, won’t ya?” a little too literal. Maybe they forgot they were driving the RV and thought they were driving one of the “toys” in the back?

If there were any passengers in this RV, they probably weren’t able to keep their lunch down…

If you ever wonder if you should drive on snow or ice in your RV, read this article first.

We’ll never know how it ends, but we sure hope everyone is okay. Click the image to play.

Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodbury is the editor here at She was lucky enough to grow up alongside two traveling parents, one domestically by RV (yep, Chuck Woodbury) and the other for international adventures, and has been lucky to see a great deal of our world (and counting!). She lives near Seattle with her dog and chickens. When she's not cranking out 365+ newsletters for she's hiking, cooking or, well, probably traveling.



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Scott R. Ellis (@guest_122761)
2 years ago

That’s intentional, and nicely done.

Tommy Molnar (@guest_104466)
3 years ago

It almost looks like some wheelspin on the drivers, which would indicate a planned spinout. Nice work!

Cindy (@guest_74167)
3 years ago

Glad nothing was damaged as far as I can see. We got hit with a blizzard once on the way to, where else? Buffalo, NY. While towing our trailer. What an adventure! Couldn’t see, had to drive super slowly. Never so glad to get to a KOA in my life!

Gary Swope (@guest_74083)
3 years ago

He or she is probably not going to get back up that hill without a tow.

BacklotBob (@guest_73982)
3 years ago

You mean this isn’t the way to empty cabinets for spring cleaning?

RV Staff
3 years ago
Reply to  BacklotBob

😆 —Diane at

Donald N Wright (@guest_73910)
3 years ago

Did not hit anything. Cool.

Glenn (@guest_73872)
3 years ago

No image loading to click on in private browsing with Firefox.

Don (@guest_73871)
3 years ago

THIS is why I never drive my coach in the snow! I’m no bobsled driver…

Larry H Lee (@guest_73810)
3 years ago

Obviously driven by someone who knows what they are doing. Several tracks in the snow indicate multiple efforts to obtain this video. Nicely done CRAZINESS!

Michael Murphy (@guest_73926)
3 years ago
Reply to  Larry H Lee

That was DEFINITELY planned, you can see the marks where he was playing earlier.

Tommy Molnar (@guest_73945)
3 years ago
Reply to  Larry H Lee

How fortunate someone just happened to be there with a video cam . . .

Bernie Turner (@guest_122887)
2 years ago
Reply to  Larry H Lee

Not that difficult to pull off for those of us who grew up living in a snow area.

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