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Committee recommends parking ban in Illinois city

(May 17, 2011) -- The Pontiac Infrastructure Committee has recommended that all campers, RVs and trailers not be allowed to park on residential streets in the city. The City Council is expected to hear the recommendation in early June, reports the Pontiac Daily Leader.

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Active.com® develops new camping trip planner tool

(April 16, 2011) -- “A high percentage of Active.com visitors are parents and now they can plan activities and events for their entire family in one place. Finding these family-friendly activities will be even easier this summer with the redesigned Active.com site which clearly features event listings by location.”

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RV Education 101 releases Episode 8 of Mark’s RV Garage

(May 16, 2011) -- On Episode 8 of Mark's RV Garage, Mark and Tyler start putting the interior of the Yellowstone restoration project back together; see how convenient battery operated LED lights are for all those dark and dimly lit areas of an RV; and get the answer to the question on mixing and matching different battery types and sizes on an RV.

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Haulmark recalls 668 RVs with Norcold refrigerators

(May 16, 2011) -- Haulmark Motor Coach is recalling 668 RVs equipped with 1200 Series Norcold refrigerators with a sensing algorithm or thermal switch that does not stop power in sufficient time when high temperatures are detected, which could lead to a fire.

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Crossroads RV recalls 12 for electrical system

(May 16, 2011) -- Crossroads RV is recalling 12 model year 2011 Rushmore and Seville RVs with incorrectly installed transfer switches, which could send a 220 volt current instead of a 110 volt current through the electrical system, resulting in fire or damage.

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First FEMA trailer arrives in Walker County, Ala.

(May 16, 2011) -- WBRC reports after a tornado demolished their Alabama home, a family of seven has another place to live. The news report says unlike the travel trailers used after Hurricane Katrina, these trailers from FEMA are meant to stay in one place.

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