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RV Education 101 launches summer safety program

HARRELLS, N.C. — There is nothing quite like loading the RV and hitting the open road to discover the next great RV adventure that awaits around the corner. Each year, when the peak travel season arrives, RV Education 101 likes to remind RV owners and travelers to take a minute and refresh their memory on all the safety stuff concerning RVs and RV travel.

“RV safety is extremely important and understanding how to react during an emergency situation can be the difference between life and death,” said Mark Polk, owner of RV Education 101. “As part of our JUST RV IT campaign we designed our 2012 RV 101 RV Summer Safety Awareness Program. Our goal with the Summer Safety Awareness Program is to provide RV owners with pertinent RV safety related articles, information and a free online RV Safety E-Course to help keep folks safe when they are out enjoying their RV travel adventures.”

It only takes a few minutes to read and review the RV Summer Safety Awareness Program links provided below, or to take the free online RV safety e-course offered by RV Education 101.

Polk added, “Please take a minute to read the posts, take the free RV safety e-course, refresh your memory on RV safety topics and keep RV safety foremost on your mind this summer.”

Once you do that, plan an RV trip, load it up, hook it up, fuel it up and JUST RV IT!

Click on the link to access articles, information and the free online safety course from our 2012 RV Summer Safety Awareness Program.

People who register for the free online RV safety e-course can rest assured that their names, e-mail addresses and any other information provided will not be used for anything other than accessing the RV Safety training e-course.

For more information on RV Education 101 or for advertising information, e-mail Dawn Polk at Dawn@rveducation101.com.

SOURCE: RV Education 101 press release

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