Sunday, February 22, 2015
Savings Traveling in an RV can save thousands of dollars in airplane tickets and hotel accommodations. You and your kids get to sleep in familiar surroundings like your own bed every night of the trip. Even when hotels have no vacancy, all you need to do is park and power up your RV and you’re home for the night. Quality time The kids can engage themselves in many different activities during the trip to avoid boredom and will less become bored or irritable during long trips. Even the family pet can come along to prevent homesickness in the kids, and anxiety in your pet for being left behind.
Friday, February 20, 2015
The first four months of the year may be a fun time to go south of the border to Baja California – and you may even think of getting there in your beloved RV. Experienced road-trippers would advise that an ample amount of preparation be made as it is vital to making the big trip and back across the border. This includes checking if your RV and travel papers are in top condition. The cross-country trek is challenging but no less exciting for Sacramento residents who have RVs. The weather south of the border before spring is a great for people who want fun in the sun, and there are many RV campgrounds. Considering that there’s nearly 500 miles of freeways to traverse from Sactown to cross the border at San Ysidro or Otay Mesa just outside San Diego, plus several hundred more miles to a place like say Cabo San Lucas, have professionals at RV repair in Sacramento like the Prairie City RV Center go over your ride before the big trip.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Owning an RV is not without its problems, however. While they are also residences, they are primarily vehicles, and can have the same issues as a car or a truck. RVs are even more susceptible to wear and tear since they are constantly utilized for long drives. Common issues include tire blowouts, battery failure, and suspension bounce. In addition to these, RVs can have problems unique from other vehicle types, such as appliance and fixture damages or plumbing concerns; as well as leaky vents, windows, and roof. These problems are best left in the hands of Roseville or Folsom RV specialists instead of any other mechanic or technician.
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Many of those who choose to live their lives in an RV are retirees who are looking to catch up on adventure. Retirees can take longer trips and more often which they could not do while they were still working fulltime. Some people, however, don’t wait until retirement to live the wanderlust life. Some decide to get on the road in as early as their 30s. While traveling via RV seems like the ideal lifestyle, it is not without its problems. RVs and trailers often get more punishment than other personal vehicles. Because they are on the road for so long, they get subjected to all kinds of road and weather conditions. For this reason, it is important to get RV repair in Sacramento when to make sure you are safe when traveling.