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Fall is in the air at American RVer

Fall is in the air at American RVer

BOX ELDER, S.D. – In this American RVer show Peggy Grich goes back into the RV kitchen and shows you how to cook up some Minestrone soup, an easy way to eat your vegetables.

In the show’s product spotlight, Jim Grich looks at the new Truck System Technologies’ wide-screen color display for its 507 tire pressure monitoring system. The display features larger numbers and the ability to handle up to 110 tires. If a tire issue occurs, such as low or high pressure, or high temperature, the display will alert you with an audible alarm as well as a written indicator of what is wrong. Using a tire pressure monitoring system can save RVers thousands of dollars and keep them from being stuck along side the road by alerting them to a tire issue before a tire goes flat or explodes. provides RVers with information, entertainment and RV specific tips. The webisodes can be viewed at no cost and average about 20 minutes in length. The shows stream though your computer, iPad, Smart Phone or eBook Reader. Viewers may subscribe to the monthly feed though Apple’s iTunes Store or may watch the shows in high definition, with full-screen video, at Just search for American RVer. You can also watch the shows on the AmericanRVer website.

Jim and Peggy Grich are full-time RVers, have been producers and hosts of American RVer for over 10 years, and simply enjoy the RV lifestyle and want to share it with others. They can be reached at

SOURCE: American RVer press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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