ABCs of RV shopping: Motorhomes (pt. 2)

By Russ and Tiña De Maris For those shopping for their first RV, it helps to have an understanding of types. We previously discussed two popular motorhome classes, Class A and Class C. Now we’ll talk about two other kinds of motorhomes. Class B Motorhomes: Often called a van conversion or van camper, a Class B motorhome looks like a…

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Campsite checklists: arrival and departure

By Russ and Tiña De Maris  Camping with your RV can seem like a complicated process when you’re first getting started – kind of like flying a plane. Here are two “checklists” that can make your own RV “flight” arrivals and departures easier and safer. RV Arrival Checklist 1. Before you “land” your RV on a site, do a quick…

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Always read the fine print – no matter what you’re buying

By Russ and Tiña De Maris  It seems a common thread among RVers is trying to get the most mileage out of the travel dollar. Whether shopping for low gas prices or the lowest rates on RV parks, you can count on RVers to do their shopping. But be careful, not every deal is a great deal – slow down…

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