Friday, June 23, 2017
Breaking News
Home » RV Owner News (page 757)

RV Owner News

Learn more about newly released RVs, accessories and outdoor products available for the RV and camping lifestyle. RV Daily Report also reviews products and accessories.

RV show cancelled in Maine

(Jan. 26, 2010) -- "We were unable to fill all the display spots for this year's show. Dealers sighted a lack of co-op money from manufacturers and shrinking sales forces as reasons some of them opted to not participate this year," the announcement read.

Read More »

RV segment a big hit with ABC’s Bachelor staff

(Jan. 26, 2010) -- "We took these coaches to so many great places, but to caravan them over the sand dunes and drive them down the beach was just over the top!" said Tischler. "Now there really are no limits where one can go with an RV," he added.

Read More »

RVers lose two travel trailers to rushing flood water in Florida

(Jan. 22, 2010) -- Opry, his daughter and son-in-law where trying to evacuate from their spot at a local campground when they realized the water was rising too quickly. They had already cut the fence and were preparing to pull their homes out when water from Sandy Creek rushed across the area, the station reported.

Read More »

Coachmen recalls 50 Sportscoach Legend motorhomes

(Jan. 22, 2010) -- The drive pin which secures the brake pedal arm to the balance of the assembly may become disengaged. That may cause a reduction in vehicle braking or cause the brake pedal to move out of position and interfere with throttle pedal function which could result in a vehicle crash.

Read More »

National Park Series returns to PBS this month

(Jan. 22, 2010) -- On Wednesdays beginning Jan. 27 and continuing through March 3, viewers have a second chance to explore the beauty and history of America’s national parks. The series, which premiered last September, was the second most-watched series on PBS over the last decade.

Read More »

Minnesota city looks to loosen RV parking rules

(Jan. 21, 2010) -- The City of Andover is considering allowing motorhomes and travel trailers up to 40 feet in length to be parked in a backyard, if it is screened from view. Current city law allows units 20 feet or smaller to be stored at the owner's home, the Union reported.

Read More »