Recreational vehicles are an absolute favorite among families who like to travel and experience the camping and outdoor lifestyle. A combination of a vehicle and a home, it is the perfect option if you’re looking to travel the country or go camping without completely leaving the comforts of your house.
Having a dead motorhome battery in the middle of nowhere is not something you’ll ever want to experience. But unless you keep up with its maintenance and observe proper operation, your battery is likely to expire a lot sooner than it should. Fortunately, according to RV repair technicians in Sacramento like Greg Ward at Prairie […]
CNN reports that the average RV owner in Folsom and elsewhere in the U.S. is getting younger. According studies conducted by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, the typical RV owner is now 45 years old and getting even younger, it seems, as millennials are quick to join in on the trend. First time buyers also […]
A lot of people are gravitating toward trailer ownership, and for good reasons. It allows them to travel to the places they want to visit without leaving their homes. They can even stay in those places for as long as they want because they have everything they need to survive long trips in their motorhome. […]
Are you looking to buy a trailer or RV but you can’t decide? While this seems like a simple decision-making situation, it actually is a hard one considering that both options have their share of benefits and drawbacks. The following are a few thoughts that you can consider before deciding to purchase a trailer.
Your trailer sees most of the action during warmer weather in the spring and summer. With all the miles it logs on the road, it deserves some much needed rest at the end of each trip. Once you park it, however, it becomes easy for you to overlook its repair and maintenance needs, especially when […]
Over time, motorhome owners develop a preference for a specific vehicle class. The Class A motorhomes used to be the roomiest, but now there are small Class A and big Class C models available. There are even RV’ers who have steadily downsized over the years and now travel the country in a Class B. Folsom […]