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Podcast 104: Baja Amigos RV Caravan Tours

(Aug. 19, 2016) -- Dan Goy and his wife, Lisa, have been leading tours to the area for decades. Their company, Baja Amigos RV Caravan Tours, leads people on adventures that range from four weeks to six weeks in length. The escorted tours visit places the Goys know to be safe – and beautiful. He describes the tours they operate, what types of experiences the RVers enjoy, and what it costs to partake in an enjoyable vacation. Read More »

Escapees celebrates another successful Escapade

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(Aug. 19, 2016) — Escapees RV Club recently wrapped their 56th Escapade, a social and educational rally for RVers. It was a full house, with more than 1,300 attendees filling the Champlain Valley Exposition Center in Essex Junction, Vt. Read More »

Dixie RV reopens following flooding

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(Aug. 19, 2016) -- "I have never seen a group of people come together and work as hard as they did this week," said Lala. "We had people in our dealership who had homes destroyed, but they wouldn't leave the dealership until the shop was cleaned and ready to go back to work." Read More »

Nautilus shower door passes flammability test

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(Aug. 19, 2016) — Keenly aware that motorized RV manufacturers need to differentiate through added value Stoett Industries recently submitted their Nautilus retractable shower door to stringent flammability testing, a release from the company stated. Read More »

RV Dash Covers expand locations into Yuma, Ariz.

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(Aug. 19, 2016) — Action Awnings and Upholstery Center in Yuma announced the opening of a new on-site location for their RV Dash Cover business. The company will open a center in the Arizona Marketplace in Yuma, Ariz., in September, 2016. Read More »

RVAA announces product of the year winners

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(Aug. 19, 2016) — Product of the Year winners were announced at the RVAA Executive Conference in Chicago. The first place winner was King RV with the product RV Media Bluetooth Weatherproof Speaker & Awning Light. This weatherproof speaker streams music directly to the campsite. Read More »

The big list of RV fires

(Photo taken by  Jason Knight, owner of the RV)

To help the RV industry understand the degree to which RVs regularly catch on fire, RV Daily Report will regularly update this list of links to stories published about such incidents. The most recent stories are near the top. Read More »

Opinion: Thanks EPA and NHTSA! I can breathe easier now!

Concept of the increase of the fuel price

(Aug. 18, 2016) -- Washington is at it again. The dope smokers who run government -- no, not Congress or any elected officials, but the unelected bureaucrats -- have dreamed up a new rule that will reduce "greenhouse gases" by dictating that motorhomes must abide by new stringent rules concerning emissions and fuel economy. Read More »

RPM Toy Haulers to debut new look at Open House

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(Aug. 18, 2016) — Riverside Travel Trailers will debut its new separate RPM brand of toy haulers at the upcoming Elkhart Open House. The new RPM exterior colors are silver and black. All the units have black skirting and aluminum wheels standard to give them an automotive look. Read More »

America’s Largest RV Show gears up with education lineup

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(Aug. 18, 2016) — America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey, Pa., kicks off Sept. 12, with education workshops during the day and a welcome dinner at 5 p.m. While the event is free to attend, seating is limited and advance registration is required. The dinner is open to PRVCA members, show exhibitors and attendees. Read More »

EPA, NHTSA release new greenhouse gas rule

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(Aug. 18, 2016) -- The 1,690-page Phase 2 rule will require that motorhome chassis sold in the United States meet more stringent greenhouse gas emissions standards as well as comply with NHTSA’s fuel consumption requirements. Read More »