The most difficult part about “it” is my relentlessness in trying to find a cause or a trigger and never succeeding. It just adds to the “feeling of failure” that often underlies it all. Which, of course, keeps the spiral alive.
If you’re one of those people and are thinking about doing your own inspection or you know someone like that who has offered to inspect your prospective RV, the question you need to be asking is, “Do I (or that other person) have all the necessary tools?”
Most new RVs come with a one-year warranty from the manufacturer, and some of the appliances may have additional coverage. It is always a good idea to figure out what, if anything, is covered after the traditional one-year manufacturer’s warranty.
There’s a new kind of makeover craze that’s posing some serious competition to the mighty overlords at HGTV: RVs. More people are ditching traditional home renovations in favor of decking out their home on wheels.
Simply asking, “What bugs you about this campground?” yields a wealth of information unavailable from an online survey. After staying at more than 300 campgrounds across the United States, here are four areas (and simple solutions) where guests wish campground owners would improve.
Handheld thermal imaging cameras for RV inspections can detect a wide array of issues in a cost-effective manner. For example, the Flir Infrared Camera helps an inspector by locating hot points in a circuit. It can also be used to detect water leaks.
Surrounded by rolling farmland and well known for its horse racing heritage, Louisville offers a surprising number of recreational activities for people of all ages. Whether you’re traveling solo or with a family, there are plenty of things to do above ground and below.
I know it is hard to believe, but I have seen people post on social media that they found this great RV on the internet and bought it sight unseen. Why would anyone do that, you ask? Beats me.
Large RV shows with multiple dealers and vendors can be a bit daunting, but if you put on your comfortable shoes and take advantage of all the great things they offer, you can accomplish a lot. Here are some of the advantages of attending an RV show:
Here are a few runners up for poor campground etiquette. Though they didn’t make our Top 20 list from last week, they are good to keep in the back of your mind as well to ensure that you’re a good neighbor.
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.
Many people of faith wish the ability to discern God’s plan for their lives was as simple as visiting www.plan.god, entering a name and birthdate, and then sit back as the perfect plan unfolds on the screen. But, life isn’t that simple.
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
At Know Your Team, we put a lot of thought — and more than four years worth of research and fine-tuning — into crafting get-to-know-you questions that would be as non-cheesy as possible, and elicit meaningful and memorable responses from the team.
More and more families are choosing intentional living in an RV as their American dream. Full-time RVers Chris and Kimberly Travaglino share tips on how select the right RV, remain connected on the road, and finance a full-time RVing lifestyle.
Last year, I posted something on Facebook asking people to provide examples of horrible campground etiquette — those obnoxious actions of others that take the fun out of RVing. I was blown away by the response. There were close to 1,000 comments posted to the threads. Apparently, I had struck a nerve.