There are numerous RV cover brands on the market for all budget ranges. Lots of industry terms are thrown around and this can make things very confusing for RV owners. Many brands claim to provide maximum protection, but what are you really getting? Let’s look at the facts.
It’s best to stay home during the current COVID-19 pandemic. However, if you are going on a vacation this year, RVing can be a great way to escape while still maintaining a safe distance from others. Experienced and novice RV adventurers alike may need to change up their usual preparation and plans though. There are numerous actions you can take to reduce your risk and keep your family safe and healthy.
The National Park system in the United States is a treasure. Anyone who has spent time traveling to multiple National Parks has their list of favorites and, of course, we have our own list of favorites. The US National Park System manages area in all 50 states, so there is always someplace to explore nearby. Go out and find your personal favorites!
The summer months were a blast in your RV, cruising the open road and enjoying the adventures that the sunshine affords. After summer is over, it’s time to store your RV for the winter. Winterizing your RV is a long process, but when you take the time to do it right, you will reap the rewards in spring when you unveil your rig and hit the road again.