After running the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Dodge Ram ProMaster designs on previous launches, Winnebago Industries elected the Ford Transit for The Paseo, the company’s latest Class B for the 2017 model year.
Archives for September 2016
If you’re not a fan of cold winters, now’s the time to start planning your snowbird escape. If this isn’t in your plans this winter, here’s how you can ensure your RV is safely tucked away for winter storage and in top form come the spring.
Want to get where you’re going in one piece? If you own a trailer or want to buy one, pay attention to these four tips to avoid a trailer sway wreck.
Many states have reciprocal agreements when it comes to the costs of using RV dump stations. Find out what areas have reciprocal agreements during your next trip.
With a handful of new class A motorhomes in dealer showrooms after an early-summer launch, Thor Motor Coach (TMC) has introduced a new wave of models for 2017. These include a Palazzo floorplan, two Four Winds Class C models, plus a series of concepts designed for first-time and seasoned RVers alike. The Palazzo Floorplan and […]
RV triple towing is a great way to haul all your toys, but it’s not easy. Consider the risks and individual state laws before you decide to take the leap.
Plan wisely to migrate south with snowbird RVers and you’ll never have to suffer through another long, cold winter again.
Regardless of handicap or skill level, every golfer wants to improve their game and technology continues to play a significant role. Whether it’s for the weekend hack or seasoned pro, one of the best ways for improvement is through tracking your progress.
Is campground crime real or imagined? Police blotters show one thing, RVers discuss it and often reveal something totally different.
A solar power system in an RV is an efficient, practical, environmentally-friendly means of accessing power on the road. Yet, while using solar energy as a source to run everything in your RV is one thing, having that power when you need it can be a different story.
If you travel 65 miles south of Salmon, ID. via Hwy 28 you can now explore the preserved site of the once booming mining town of Gilmore, Idaho.