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.
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.
Owning an RV is a lot like owning a house. Many times the first house you buy isn't going to be the house that's right for you long-term. As life goes on you either outgrow the house you have, need to downsize as the kids move out, or just realize that your needs are different than you anticipated. The same thing happens when you own an RV. There are many reasons why people want to trade in their RV, from needing more room, less room, or just wanting something different. The key to a successful transaction is knowing what to do to get the best RV trade in value.
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.
RVing is a great way to cut down on your travel expenses. Once you have bought your RV you no longer have to worry about hotel accommodations or expensive plane tickets. You simply stock up your RV and take off. However, with gas prices projected to increase in 2019 RVers everywhere are looking at their options. Gas is one of the most expensive things for RVers and it's not optional if you want to hit the road for vacation.
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.
Tailgating season is upon us! If you are a football fan this is the moment you have been waiting for. College and pro seasons are about to get underway and it's time to root on your favorite team. However, it's not just fans of the sport that enjoy tailgating. Who doesn't enjoy amazing food, time with friends, and beautiful fall weather? So, whether you are a fan of the sport or not, it's time to get ready to tailgate.
Remember the days when you would have to randomly choose a campsite to stop at? You either had to plan in advance where you were headed or hope that you would stumble upon a place while you were on the road. And, even if you planned your trip and chose campgrounds before you left home you were going in blind having to trust what the marketing materials told you unless you just happened to know someone personally that stayed there. Well, modern technology has helped campers everywhere. There are plenty of websites and apps that provide reviews and details to help you choose the right campground for your trip.
Saint Augustine is quoted as saying, "The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page." When some people think of travel they think of traveling around the world, but it doesn't have to be that way. There are 49 amazing states within the country that you can drive to visit. You can see oceans, mountains, canyons, cities, and deserts. You can experience cold weather and snow skiing or hot weather and the salt life. One of the best ways to travel to see the country is with an RV. However, if you are new to the RV world it can be overwhelming to find the right one for you.