Monday, May 29, 2017

The Reality Behind Owning and Living an RV Lifestyle

RV’ing is an adventure and a lifestyle that a lot of people enjoy. If you’re thinking about getting an RV yourself, don’t believe everything you read though because there are some misconceptions surrounding the RV lifestyle. Knowing the truth behind will help you make an informed decision.

RVs are difficult to drive.

RVs are available in different sizes. You can choose from lightweight travel trailers to a bigger size that can accommodate a rock band. There are also RVs that are of the same size as an SUV. Given this, it’s not that difficult to drive an RV since you can choose a size that suits your comfort level. You also don’t have to be an expert big-rig driver to drive one. Thanks to continuous development, RVs’ weight, comfort, and fuel efficiency are improving each year. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2rBrWNb

Friday, May 19, 2017

The Best Spare RV Parts to Carry with You When on a Long Road Trip

The best thing about owning an RV is the ability to see the country, away from the big cities, and from a new perspective. The worst part about owning an RV is when small mechanical failures occur, especially when far into the remote corners of the country. Sometimes, help is hard to come by and often, the assistance you receive is unfamiliar with your vehicle or void of the proper RV parts needed to repair your rig.

Start Small When Building Your Spare RV Parts Collection

When you start your collection of spare parts for travel emergencies, start small. It is often the little things that are overlooked. Fuses come in handy on the road, and they take up such little space. Small wire connectors, the crimp-on kind, can also prove invaluable. Specialty bulbs are another good addition, as are drawer and cabinet latches. All of these items are subject to failure and spares can be purchased at reasonable prices. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2r8yoic