December 2012

Financing Your Next RV

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Financing Your Next RV

Do you own a home? Would you like to buy a new RV or refinance high-cost debt? A home equity loan can be a great low-cost borrowing solution. Here are some things to know before you go in search of financing for your next RV, home improvement project or to pay off high-rate debt. Do [...]

Life in the Fast Lane

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Life in the Fast Lane

Life in the Fast Lane by Lee Barnathan Lisa and Rich Johns of Uhrichsville, Ohio, know there are certain NASCAR—related activities one can only enjoy with an RV. While camping at Michigan International Speedway, Lisa Johns saw a helicopter fly into the track. Not being limited to just a seat in a grandstand, Lisa did [...]

Be Prepared For Nature’s Wrath

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Be Prepared For Nature’s Wrath

by Noah Turner Summertime means RVing season is in full tilt. We’ve all got somewhere to be and are in no hurry to get there. So it’s easy to get caught up in the clear skies and cookouts, but smart RVers know that, even when enjoying the best Mother Nature has to offer, it pays to [...]

Ask The RV Doctor – Old Pop-Ups

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Ask The RV Doctor – Old Pop-Ups

Old Pop-Ups by Gary Bunzer Q: Dear RV Doc, I have a 1969 Apache pop-up that I am trying to bring back from the dead. I have a question on electrical power. I would like to keep the 12-volt DC and 120-volt AC systems separate. I am thinking that I can take a 30-amp shoreline [...]

Ask The RV Doctor – Power Choice

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Ask The RV Doctor – Power Choice

Power Choice by Gary Bunzer Q: We recently purchased a 24′ Aerolite RV. We see that many sites offer 30 or 50-amp service and we are uncertain as to which one our RV would require for running a heater, air conditioner, stove, refrigerator and small electric appliances. Can you advise us as to which service [...]

Beginners Guide To Tailgating

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Beginners Guide To Tailgating

by Brent Peterson Pinpointing the exact origins of tailgating is an uncertain business. Was it 1869 at Rutgers University or 1904 at Yale? Naturally, that depends on whether or not you are talking to a Yale or a Rutgers grad. However, there is no denying that from relatively humble beginnings, tailgating has grown into a [...]

San Antonio, Texas

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San Antonio, Texas

by Lee Barnathan  When you think of San Antonio, the Alamo and the River Walk may immediately come to mind. While those are two major reasons people come to visit this city of more than 1 million people—the eighth largest city in the country, surpassing Dallas — in San Antonio there’s more to do than visiting the [...]

Carolina Cruisin’

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Carolina Cruisin’

Nothing could be finer than to see the Carolinas by Lee Barnsthan The glow of the rising sun peeping over the lush green mountains slowly begins to filter into your cozy RV bedroom. Donning a light jacket, the air is surprisingly crisp as you step from your RV into the cool mountain air. The calendar [...]

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