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  • California RV Show Starts Oct. 6th
    Anticipation for the launch of the 2017 California RV Show is mounting as the 10-day event, hosted by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), is set roll out Oct. 6 featuring more than 1.2 million square feet of exhibit space. This year’s California RV Show is expected to draw over 45,000 guests to the Los Angeles County Fair &… […]

Archive for 2008

>Just for fun… Group of friends on a road trip in an RV switch drivers while heading down the freeway.



DVD: Drive Your Motorhome Like a Pro
Learn how… and why…to drive a motorhome the right, safe way. In this 67-minute DVD, RVer/tour bus driver Lorrin Walsh. and host Mark Polk show you everything you need to know to confidently drive a motorhome. This should be essential viewing for novice motorhome drivers, but even experienced RVers will learn things they don’t know.

>If you own a travel trailer, fifth wheel or other recreational vehicle, that uses portable propane cylinders, you will learn a lot from watching these very well produced videos.

Propane Part 1

Propane Part 2

RVing 101 Training Course on DVDs
Get a box set of instructional DVD titles for hours of one on one instruction. Not only do you eliminate the guesswork as to which DVDs are suited to your RV, you SAVE significant money with the box set discount. There are DVD sets for Class A, Class C Motorhomes, Travel Trailers & Fifth Wheels.

>Our hot water too hot. Like most RV hot water heaters, ours is set to heat to a scalding 140 degrees… unnecessarily hot. Not only would a lower temperature be safer it saves both energy and money.

Here’s a three-minute segment from the RV Today video archives shows how to replace the original fixed thermostat with one that can be adjusted to a lower temperature.

Keep in mind lowering the water temp will reduce the amount of time you can spend in the shower because you won’t be able to mix as much cold water and still have a comfortable shower temp.

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