At the recent Prevost Expo in West Palm Beach, Florida, more than 50 preowned Prevost motorhomes were on display with the exhibits staffed by the various vendors, converters and Prevost factory personnel. Tucked between the massive displays were booths that featured a variety of motorhome related products and services.
For the past three weeks, we’ve been testing out the new Leisure Travel Vans Wonder RTB on the Ford Transit chassis. All of our previous RV experience has been in a Sprinter based Class B van. We wanted to know what it was like driving a slightly wider B plus van, and we wanted to see just how the Ford Transit feels and drives out in the road.
What can we do to ensure our RVs meet our environmental obligations and help keep our earth healthy? This guide will give a few handy hints on how to improve your RV’s green credentials and have a great camping trip without harming the environment.
Many times we take our RV tires for granted, however, RV tires need constant monitoring and care to keep your RV rental unit safe, minimize RV roadside assistance calls, and minimize RV and property damage caused by blowouts. Here are the big 3 concepts to keep in mind when it comes to RV tire safety.
So, you’re all set up at your campsite with gorgeous views and the smell of fresh air and pine trees. And then – it happens. First, the stove won’t light. Then the water heater won’t fire up. And then you realize your fridge is running on electricity rather than propane! What’s going on!
Having a shower wherever you may roam is pretty awesome. After all, what could be better than washing off after a long hike in the middle of nowhere? This is something not many people can do, and if you own an RV, you’re one of the lucky few that can.
Next week marks the beginning of our 6th year on the road! Five years ago we had no idea what to expect as we left Spring Valley Wisconsin on our great adventure. Over the years we have been from Alaska to Mexico and California to Florida, discovering and exploring along the way.
In this video, I go over some of the preparations and methods we use to deal with camping in below freezing weather. Being snowbirds, we aren’t hardcore cold weather RVers by any means, but once in a while, we encounter short term, chilly periods dipping into the low 20s Fahrenheit.
There are likely certain RVers out there who may be intimidated by attempting to do their own RV plumbing repairs. That is understandable, however, considering the urgency of fixing any water leak in your RV – and the going shop rate at most service centers – if that describes you, you’ll be happy to read this.
“One of my objectives is to always be somewhere I’d be comfortable in shorts and sandals,” says Al, 69. “It hasn’t always worked out that way, but it’s a good dream.”
Renting out your RV for extra income has probably already crossed your mind, but as you consider your options, you might worry that someone might not be careful with your RV and damage it. Maybe even you have damaged your RV accidentally, yourself.
Camping with the family is a great way to explore new places, relax in nature and spend quality time with the family. You can spend the day riding bikes, hiking, swimming or just swinging in the breeze in a hammock.
“Every mountain region of California is getting snow this winter, and the more storms we get, the more waterfalls we’ll see this spring and early summer,” said Debbie Sipe, CEO of www.Camp-California.com, a travel planning website featuring more than 300 campgrounds.
RV rental road trips can be some of the most affordable vacations to experience. However, fluctuating fuel costs can make us worry if we can take our motorhome out on the road.
Summer’s coming and you know what that means! It’s time to start having fun and plan your next camping trips. For the first-timers, I’m sure it’s all so exciting, but also at the same time, daunting! After all, where do you start and how you plan that successful camping trip?
The nomad life felt like a natural fit for Maya and Ryan. Back when they started, full-time RVing with relatives just wasn’t on their radar. With a few years of travel under their wheels, things were rolling right along in a small Class C RV as they explored the U.S. and discovered ways to support their lifestyle.
A four mile dirt road provides access to dispersed camping sites along the eastern edge of Mittry Lake. The clearings along the shoreline are the most popular – very scenic but prone to becoming mudholes when it rains and and close enough to get dust from road traffic.