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Don’t Let Your RV Trip Tank

Everything you need to know about RV tanks. 
There's not much to not like about RVing. You can travel all over and see all that the country has to offer while enjoying the comforts of home. But, there is one thing that most RVers wish that they could skip—emptying the tank. If you want to truly enjoy a seamless trip in your you need to know the best way to handle emptying the tank. When you have that down it's actually faster and easier than you would think. 
Traveling the coast in an RV can provide you with opportunities to see beautiful things that you wouldn't get to see if you were traveling any other way. Your RV allows you to take your time as you drive through states. The west coast is filled with overlooks and viewpoints that provide you with places to view some of the most incredible natural and manmade destinations. Here are 5 that are definitely worth stopping to look at:
RVing is all about enjoying life on the road and getting away from the stress of life, right? While that can be true it doesn't mean that you want to get away from all the comforts of home as well. Some RVers like the option of being able to unplug from the modern world while they are away. However, that's not true for everyone. Some RVers want the option to stay connected and others, like full-time RVers, need to have the ability to access the internet to work remotely. So, how do you stay connected while on the road? 
Are you ready to head out on the road in your RV but feel just a little guilty that you might not be traveling in the "greenest" way? It might reassure you to know that traveling in your RV is much better for the environment than heading off to a hotel. These buildings full of guests are using electricity and water all day and night and are tossing out food that goes uneaten after each continental breakfast. And, to top it off, there are some additional ways that you can make your RV travel greener.
If you want to laugh in disgust every time the song comes on singing "It's the most wonderful time of the year...." you aren't alone. The holiday season can be a stressful one for many people. If you're fed up with the effort that goes into the holiday season and just want to get away and enjoy the festivities of Christmas there are many places that you can do this while on the road. 
The RVing community is amazing! Seriously, everywhere you go there are other RVers that are happy to help you out, lend a hand, or offer some helpful advice. If you are thinking about becoming a full-time RVer there is a lot that you can learn from others to help make your experience easier. To help you out, we did the research and compiled some great advice from 5 full-time RVers on what they wished they had known before they started.
Summer isn't the only time for road trips. Fall is a beautiful time to travel and you miss some of those crazy summer crowds. When you own an RV you can travel any time of year because you don't need to worry about the things that tent campers have to worry about. And, California's diverse landscapes create amazing road trips for every person. 
Who doesn't want a luxurious kitchen in their RV? Many RV kitchens come so equipped that it's just like cooking in the kitchen at your house. But, there is still something special about cooking over an open fire. And, we aren't talking about hot dogs and roasted marshmallows. We're talking about things like beef tri-tip and steamed clams.
Let's be honest, millennials have caught a lot of slack from people. Their generation is stereotyped as being lazy, unmotivated, and having a sense of entitlement. But, that's because the media attention has been on the wrong group of millennials. While there are some millennials living in their parents' basements and working at Starbucks with loads of student debt, there are also plenty that are paving their own path. 
There is no doubt that traveling in an RV allows you to up your camping game. There are many luxury RVs on the market that help you take your travel experience up a notch, and there are ways that you can add luxury touches to your RV experience. To top it all off, there are luxury RV resorts that you can visit that add a whole new dynamic to the "camping" experience. If parking in the middle of the wilderness alone isn't your idea of a great RV trip, these are the places you are going to want to visit. There are 4 luxurious California RV resorts that need to go on your must-visit list.

PASO ROBLES  | 805.226.9292
2525 Theatre Drive
Paso Robles, CA 93446

In Beautiful Wine Country, a short drive from Bakersfield and Fresno.

PISMO BEACH | 805.779.7700
444 So. Dolliver
Pismo Beach, CA 93449

With all of its RV parks and famous Sand Dunes and Beaches.

ATASCADERO | 805.462.2164
1200 El Camino Real
Atascadero, CA 93422

Halfway point between Los Angeles and San Francisco and right off the 101.

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