Whether you live in your RV or simply travel in it with your family, it needs to be maintained regularly. Believe it or not, your RV can still need repairs even if it was merely stored in a garage. There are of course RV dealers who will store it for you, but not everyone will opt for that. If you do not have access to this facility, we have put together a list of things that you must get checked out before you embark on your camping trips. Read more
RVs are a lot of fun. There is no denying that but when you’re a college grad looking for the road life, it is possible to get super excited and spend all your savings buying a ‘cool’ camper that breaks down again and again. Because we don’t want your college mates to boo you on the next road trip, we have put together our best advice, with help from a company that sells pre-owned RVs. Read more
RVs offer a lot of benefits.
If the weather is nice, all you need is a little preparation and you are free to go to beaches and take small vacations to relax whenever you want.
What we often forget is that RVs are homes-on-wheels and they can have similar issues as our homes. In order to be comfortable, your RV needs to have a fully functional plumbing system which means that it will come up against wear and tear with time. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent this: Read more
While an RV may cost you a lot of money upfront, it can be considered to be one of the most economical ways of traveling. An RV is more like an investment, which will not only allow you to take more trips around the country, but also save you money in the long run.
However, it is important to be smart with money when you are traveling in an RV. Money saved is money earned, and if you are able to save some cash on the road, you can take more trips in a single year.
Here are some tips may help you with your finances when you are on the road: Read more
If you are in your 20s and craving an adventure, a road trip is the ideal way to let loose and unwind—and at the same time, find some inspiration in life—it’s an experience like no other. Don’t think too much. Just hit the road.
Whether you are a fresh graduate or caught in the daily grind, you could do with a bit of change in your surroundings. It can change our life in more ways than you can possibly imagine.
Here are several reasons why you should consider taking a road trip: Read more
If you don’t already have it on your list of things to do once in your lifetime, it’s time to add in a solo RV trip. If you like making memories, go on limitless adventures and return with plenty of stories to tell—this is your thing.
You are basically the king of the road and your RV. There is no one to tell you what to do and where to go.
Here are some tips that will help you make the journey easier when Rv-ing alone: Read more
Every first-timer is faced with the question, “Which RV is right for me?”
This question creates a lot of confusion in the mind of the aspiring RVer for two reasons. One, there are several types of RVs. Two, there is no RV that is right for everyone.
Before making a decision, it’s important to understand different types of RVs , and then narrow down the search accordingly.
Here are 5 different types of RVs that you must be looking at for getting to the right one: Read more
Going to bed after a long tiring trek may be one of the best parts of the day for any camper. RVs are designed to provide comfort that many camping tents fail to offer.
To ensure a good night’s sleep, here are certain tips that may help: Read more
The first thing you should do after purchasing an RV is make a comprehensive pre-departure checklist. This will prevent any sort of inconvenience while you are on the road miles away from your home. Read more
The first ever RV trip is always special, because you will remember it all your life. Freedom of the roads, listening to music, making new friends in camping grounds; it’s a lifestyle that most fall in love with. Read more