Owners of towable RVs—including travel trailers and fifth wheels—can no longer write off the interest on their RV loan as a tax deduction. In December 2017, the House passed a new tax reform bill that will benefit the growing RV industry. However, the bill modified the definition of motor vehicle by taking out specific references […]
Smoking in campgrounds is a hot topic that isn’t going away any time soon. Tobacco use is on the decline but more than 36.5 million adults still light up.
Laws against lighting up in public are on the books everywhere. Could a campground smoking ban happen at your favorite public or private getaway?
Cannabis use is legal in more states than ever. But if you’re tempted to go RVing with marijuana across state lines, here’s why it’s smart to think twice.
Off-leash dogs in RV parks are a threat to RVers and other pets. These three reasons why you should keep a leash on Fluffy explain why.
If you’re taking a RV trip through Northern California, you might want to skip the sunny Santa Cruz beaches if you don’t have local RV park reservations. In a sweeping new overnight RV parking law, the Santa Cruz City Council just approved a ban on large vehicle overnight parking on city streets and lots from […]
If you carry a gun in your RV, do you know the rules about transporting firearms in vehicles? As we explore the backroads and cities of America, many of us feel safer carrying a weapon aboard the RV. And although federal law allows Americans to legally own a gun, that doesn’t mean we can legally […]