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Podcast 116: My RV School and RV Safe T

Podcast 116: My RV School and RV Safe T

Podcast 116 is devoted entirely to RV owner education by interviewing the founders of two emerging companies focused on providing that type of education.

Jeff Gaston is the founder of My RV School and the firm’s tag line is “Confidence for Your journey.”

His network of instructors provides behind-the-wheel training, assistance in hooking up either tow cars or to tow vehicles.  He also provides driving and towing instruction in the RVers’ own vehicles.

He’s planning to develop a mobile training classroom to take to rallies, campgrounds and even RV dealerships. Recently, he started offering RV weighing services, too.

For more information, visit www.myrvschool.com.

The second guest is Allen Gingrich, the founder of RV Safe T, which is headquartered in York, Pa. For 10 years he’s been providing instruction to help people get commercial drivers licenses and he recently started offering RV training throughout New England.

His company offers driving safety and RV component training as well.  In fact, he’ll personally travel anywhere to provide education using the students’ own RVs in their own communities. He’ll even escort people to their driver’s exams in states that require specialized licenses.

He describes some of the issues about driving safety and how it impacts RV owners. Dealers would be wise to address these issues with their buyers as well, or contract with companies like RV Safe T to provide the training on their behalf.

For more information, visit www.rvsafet.com.

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About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report and can be reached at greg@rvdailyreport.com.

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