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Dealing with High Blood Pressure on the Road

May 15, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Dealing with High Blood Pressure on the Road

by Diane Barnet, R.N. Blood pressure (B/P) is a measure of the volume of blood the heart pumps and the amount of resistance in the arteries. High blood pressure can lead to narrowing and thickening of the arteries, stroke, heart attack and kidney disease. There are no symptoms except in long untreated cases, which may [...]

The RV Doctor – Correct Care & Maintenance of Your RV Slideout

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The RV Doctor – Correct Care & Maintenance of Your RV Slideout

The RV Doctor – By Gary Bunzer One of the more prominent external features on any RV, slide rooms are designed to be more “high tech” than “high maintenance.”  From an RV owner’s perspective, it’s the one advanced feature that requires the least amount of attention, comparatively. However, slideouts can become problematic, especially when totally neglected. But [...]

Good Sam GPS Makes RV Routing Simple

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Good Sam GPS Makes RV Routing Simple

Powered by Rand McNally®, this easy to operate GPS system is packed with features designed especially for the needs of RVers. Built by Rand McNally especially for the Good Sam Club, this 7″ high definition GPS provides easy, safe routing for RVs or other large vehicles. It also offers a Car mode for use in [...]

Good Sam Culinary Experience

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Good Sam Culinary Experience

Chef Bob Blumer Serves Up Fun Salmon Treats Culinary adventurer, chef, cookbook author and seven time Guinness World Record holder Bob Blumer returns to the Camping World/Good Sam Rally this year to transform ordinary ingredients into wow-inspiring dishes. Look for Blumer June 13, 14 and 15 in our demo kitchen at Syracuse’s Empire Expo Center. [...]

Water – Drink Up!

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Water – Drink Up!

Bottled water enjoys growing popularity for convenient, portable and healthy hydration. Water. It makes up about 60% of the average human body. Because you lose some of that water going about your daily activities, especially in warmer weather, you need to replenish your body’s water supply daily. But do you ever stop to think about the [...]

Proper Jeep Procedure

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Proper Jeep Procedure

Proper Jeep Procedure Q: I’ve read a lot of articles about towing, thinking that I knew almost everything I needed to know. Well, recently I purchased a used 2010 Jeep Wrangler Sport automatic in great shape. I’ve traveled to Florida for the past three years to store my 2010 Sportscoach Cross Country, as we all [...]

Harsh-Riding Tires

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Harsh-Riding Tires

Q: It’s time for us to replace the tires on our 33-foot Itasca Suncruiser, and I have a couple of questions before I make such a major investment. We took a month-long cross-country trip last summer, and some of the roads were so rough they almost bounced the fillings out of our teeth. We have [...]

Get Covered: Protection that goes beyond the manufacturer’s warranty

April 30, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Get Covered: Protection that goes beyond the manufacturer’s warranty

Before hitting the road for RV adventures, make sure your vehicle is protected. Sure, your RV may have a manufacturer’s warranty, but is it as comprehensive as you’d like? Does it protect all the components for the same length of time? Knowing that your RV is covered will take your mind off worrying about potential [...]

RV Spring Shakedown De-winterizing a Recreational Vehicle

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RV Spring Shakedown De-winterizing a Recreational Vehicle

by Gary Benzer, RV Doctor As memories of a cold, long winter begin to wane, many of us get antsy for that first RV excursion of the season. Holed up all winter, we’ve been making travel plans, waiting for the trees to blossom, the birds to chirp and the campgrounds to open. The majority of [...]

RV Spring Shakedown De-winterizing a Recreational Vehicle

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RV Spring Shakedown De-winterizing a Recreational Vehicle

by Gary Benzer, RV Doctor As memories of a cold, long winter begin to wane, many of us get antsy for that first RV excursion of the season. Holed up all winter, we’ve been making travel plans, waiting for the trees to blossom, the birds to chirp and the campgrounds to open. The majority of [...]

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