I recently came across the following press release, “RV Trip Wizard is a visual planning tool designed for RVers by RVers. Introduced at several Florida RV shows, it has received strong interest from a wide variety of RV owners, the developer announced today. Featured in the May issue of Family Motor Coaching magazine, RV Trip Wizard addresses the often difficult task of how to plan long, multi-stop trips. The visual manner in which the system works makes trip planning fast, easy and fun. Richard Hill, a partner in the company and long time RVer said, “A few years ago my wife and I made a 7,200 mile trip around the USA. It took us about two and one half weeks to do all the planning. That same trip can be planned in about 30 minutes using RV Trip Wizard.” The wizard is accessible from all PCs, MACs, tablet computers and smart phones. There is no software to buy, maintain, or update. A subscription includes a 15-day free trial and is available at http://www.rvtripwizard.com.”
That’s all fine and dandy, but will it direct you to a forgotten mining camp, followed by a unique geological formation in the desert, then to the nearest boondocking location, etc….etc.…etc? Please share if you have had any experience with this product. Inquiring adventurous RVers want to know.
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