It is no secret that RVs need maintenance and repairs. And the better job you do with regular preventative maintenance, the more likely you are to avoid costly repairs, and reduce the damage and downtime that prevent you from enjoying your RV travels. In this post we cover 9 common RV maintenance items and share
PLAN, PREP & BUDGET
Whether you’re planning to embrace the RV lifestyle on a full-time or part-time basis, or even just as a vacationer, it pays to do some advance planning and budgeting to help you prepare you financially so you have a good idea of what you’re getting into. The cost of RV living can vary widely, depending on your RV, travel style and pace, and lifestyle choices – such as eating out and entertainment. With so much to consider – RV and vehicle setup, towing options, financing, extended service contracts, campground fees, camping memberships, fuel, ongoing maintenance, and repair costs – you don’t want to end up with any nasty surprises. So to really enjoy all that the RV lifestyle has to offer, do your homework and you’ll discover many ways to save money and make this life financially sustainable for you. The articles below share some insights and examples.
Here’s the recap on our epic 8,500 mile, three and a half month RV rental road trip to Florida and beyond. In it, we answer all your questions, like… What is this new RV? Where did we stay? And how many gallons of fuel were guzzled? In this post, we share our road trip stats, campgrounds,
One of the biggest frustrations for RVers right now is just how difficult it can be to get an RV repaired, with delays of weeks or even months! In this post we cover the key factors, share some alternative solutions, and introduce you to a new virtual RV tech service to help you DIY many
RV warranties are about to see a price rise on January 1st, and we’ve been getting a lot of questions about whether it’s a good time to buy one now, before that happens. Model years will also change – is your RV eligible? When it comes to RV warranty protection, there’s a lot to consider.
Summer is over and colder temps are here. For most RVers, especially if you live in states that see lots of freezing temperatures, it is time to protect your RV investment by winterizing it. Of course if you are a full timer, you’re probably heading to warmer weather. That’s what we did for 6 years,
Oh how we’d love a dollar every time we’re asked: “how much do you spend on fuel for your RV!?” The answer, of course, depends on many things, including how many miles we drive. But we did the math after 6 years of full-timing and think the answer may surprise you! Here’s our in-depth report
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