RV Life Tips

Buying or selling a motorhome can be an overwhelming experience if you don't know what you are doing. Here are some helpful topics to consider during the purchasing or selling phase.

All about Prevost

The Prevost (pronounced pray-voh; the -st is silent) motor home company came to fruition in 1924 when Eugene Prevost, a cabinet maker, was asked to make a custom body for a truck chassis. His creation was a hit and he was approached by others to do the same for them. By the late 1930’s Prevost had so many orders that he had to have a manufacturing plant built. Business has continued steadily eveFind out more

American Coach: Style and Innovation

American Coach began its journey in 1987 in Decatur, Indiana as a company called Fleetwood. From their first manufacturing facility in Decatur came the very first Fleetwood Limited. As it rolled out onto the open road in 1988 it was outfitted with some progressive features; a microwave, power windows and a deluxe sound system. In 1991, Fleetwood decided they needed a high-end diesel line of motor Find out more

Guide to Winnebago

The name Winnebago is synonymous with recreational vehicle travel in America. The name alone conjures up images of cross-country travel with loved ones, having a good time making long-lasting memories. Although they had a rocky start in 1958, they were able to bounce back and achieve many firsts in the recreational vehicle industry. They were able to do this by placing importance on innovation, hiFind out more

Holiday Rambler Motor homes

The Holiday Rambler company got its start in 1953 and they have been producing luxury coaches ever since. In 1961, Holiday introduced the aluminum body frame. This led to RVs that were lighter and stronger. The aluminum frame was not the only first that Holiday Rambler introduced. They also had the first built-in refrigerator, the first holding tanks and the first kitchen slide-out. Holiday RambleFind out more

How to live the RV Life

Does the RV Life seem a little unorthodox to you? Well the estimated 1.3 million Americans who are full-time RV'er probably thought that at one time as well. So how do you make the leap from the run-of-the-mill to life on the road? Here are some quick tips to help you let go and get going! Get Organized If you desire to travel the United States and retain a residence, you wiFind out more

RV Life 101

So you have chosen the RV Life and decided to hit the open road. You have probably spent many a late night talking about all the places you want to see and the trips you are planning to make. Your RV is sitting in the driveway, waiting to be loaded up and driven into the sunset. For many first-timer RVers, the questions of what to take and how much to take can be difficult to decide. Some suggest Find out more

RV Life: is it right for you?

Does the open road call to you? Do you see yourself traveling across the country one day? Do you want to see the great outdoors, while still experiencing the comforts of home? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then the RV Life may be for you. Does this sound like an infomercial yet? Well, sometimes asking the right questions can lead us to the right answers. Think RV Living is a Find out more

Selling Your Current Motor home to Find a Better RV for You

As a first time motor home buyer, you may not know exactly what you are looking for. You may be unsure of what size motor home you will need or how the layout will work for you. It’s possible that you won’t get it right on the first go around. You may decide that you need more sleeping areas or less sleeping areas. Or maybe the model you chose doesn’t have as many windows as you’d like. ThFind out more

Tiffin Motor homes: A Family Business

Tiffin Motor homes was started by Bob Tiffin in 1972. That year he built the first Allegro. But 1972 was a tough year to start an RV company because of a national gas crisis. Fortunately, Bob had learned from prior family businesses that if he built something well and had superior customer service that the customers would come. Tiffin Motor homes weathered those first difficult years and produced Find out more

Upgrading and Selling Your Motor home

Have you ever looked around your RV and wished you had more living space? Have you ever been RVing and wished you had a larger kitchen? Have you ever visited a friend or family member's RV, only to return to yours wishing you had the same amenities as your friend or family member. As humans, we often yearn for things we do not have. The same applies to RVs. When we see the latest and greatest gadgFind out more