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Fly South: Extending Your RV Season

Warm, late-season destinations to extend your RV season Now that summer’s warmest temperatures have largely blown away, replaced by cooler breezes coming in from the north, many campers choose to put in a few last weekends in their RVs before winterizing and storing them for the season. With less crowded campgrounds, ideal weather and beautiful
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How Long Will It Last?

How Long Will It Last? You addressed RV refrigerator longevity in the May issue of Highways. What about the RV itself? I’m the original owner of a 1978 Midas Mini Series 1000 motorhome on a Chevy 30 chassis. This 21-foot RV has 130,000 miles on the original dual-rear-wheel axle differential, 300 transmission and 350 engine.
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Government to Vote on Changes to Mortgage Interest Deduction

We want to make you aware of action that is taking place in Congress which could have significant financial impact upon you directly. The Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction (“Super Committee”) is a bipartisan committee that was formed to address reducing the national deficit. Their negotiations are confidential, but we at Good Sam have
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After the Storm

How you can help victims of Hurricane Irene Vermont RVers are soliciting public assistance for an RV campground devastated by Hurricane Irene. Residents are asking people to show support for Abel Mountain Campground in Braintree, Vermont, by volunteering to help clean up the property and sending letters to state officials. Without assistance, the campground will
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