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RV travel is flexible and exciting, but it can also be a complicated and expensive way to see the sights. There are quite a few things you can do to keep the costs down and make the trip go more smoothly. Here are five hacks to help you toward those goals.

What would you do if your campground, RV dealership, RV manufacturing plant or other related business was served with an ADA disability lawsuit? Would you just write the check to make it go away, leaving you vulnerable for the next “predator,” or would you be prepared to fight, showing that the plaintiff has “no standing”?

Even though people want to sell their current RV quickly in order to get a new one, they often don’t put enough time into preparing their ad. As a result, it turns up poorly in search listings. This leads to no calls and no messages about the RV.

We’re all about the “Supper Bowl” at FireDisc and helping you keep your family and friends fed for the big game. Break out your FireDisc to warm up from this cold weather and cook some chili! For all our northern friends, FireDisc is a great cold weather option and cooks fast even in the coldest …

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Yes, RVers have discovered the Inside Passage and the popularity is due to the natural beauty of the scenery as they travel along the coastline whether they get on a ferry in Washington or British Columbia or embark in Alaska to head south.

So, should you buy a new or slightly used RV? That depends. Are you looking to begin “full-time” RVing right after purchasing that new RV? The answer may influence your decision.

As the lights on the tank monitor turned from green to yellow then quickly to red, I knew by the stunned look on my husband’s face, that there was a problem. Never mind that this particular genius of an idea went against what all the manufacturers recommended and what all the experts advised.

Depending on the size of the show, there could be well more than a thousand RVs of every type, and hundreds of vendors all vying for your attention. Without some up front preparation, your show experience could be quite disappointing.

While a salesperson who does this for a living may approach a transaction more professionally and methodically, there is no reason for RV buyers to feel pressure or feel rushed and not enjoy the experience. You are buying a product to have fun and make memories. That starts with the buying experience.

Delamination is what happens when glue between the fiberglass and the substrate fails. Such failure is most often the result of moisture intrusion. Furthermore, once begun, delamination may spread, as moisture seeps further into the laminated structure.

Driving an RV is no easy feat, especially when dealing with hazardous conditions. It’s no sweat for these talented drivers, who handle their situation like pros. Check out these impressive videos from drivers who belong in the RV hall of fame.

“Over time, every franchise dies,” said Nick Santhanam, McKinsey’s Americas practice leader in Silicon Valley. “You can innovate on an amazing mousetrap, but if people eventually don’t want a mousetrap, you’re screwed.”

By Todd Bryant PENNSYLVANIA — As of 2019, recreational vehicle dealers in Pennsylvania will have to meet new licensing requirements. The legislation that sets the new rules is Senate Bill 764 (https://legiscan.com/PA/text/SB764/2017) which was passed on October 24, 2018. The new bill introduces numerous changes to the way dealers in Pennsylvania are required to conduct …

New surety bonds requirements for Pennsylvania RV dealers Read More »

(Nov. 23, 2018) — Camping, living and driving away in your RV can be one of the most rewarding and adventurous ways to live your life, even if you’re only using them for a vacation. However, as you’re probably aware, hygiene and cleanliness can be some of the biggest problems.

(Nov. 6, 2018) — Consider the size of your family and the size of your potential RV, when making your decision to purchase or rent.

(Oct. 18, 2018) — When Hurricane Florence devastated vast portions of North Carolina FEMA contacted the NRVIA again.

(Sept. 28, 2018) — According to recent inquiries and concerns put forth by various industry managers, along with a couple of industry lenders, it seems that many are unaware of the penalties associated with photocopying most government identification issued by the federal government, which is a violation of Title 18, US Code Part I, Chapter 33, Section 701.

(July 23, 2018) — The cost of gas makes a road trip very costly for many people, but you can easily save gas if you employ these gas saving tips.

By Kayleigh Alexandra Since most on-the-go entrepreneurs operate under the radar, it can be hard to determine exactly how many are running businesses out of motorhomes and RVs. But one thing is for certain – the number is growing. Motivated by the desire to earn a decent living without being tethered to an office, more …

How to run an RV-based business from the road Read More »

(July 10, 2018) — The deadline is September 30, whether you’ve chosen the annual or biennial license option.

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