Five Best Vehicles for Pulling a Trailer

Posted on July 6th, 2013 by admin

The five best vehicles for towing a trailer are now more powerful, get better fuel mileage and are easy to operate. Engine and transmission engineering have moved ahead to provide great vehicles that can tow really heavy loads.

Ford F-150 Crew 4 x 2

The Ford F-150 Crew 4 x 2 with the 365HP motor and an automatic with six speeds will pull most any load. The V-6 twin-turbo is more powerful than many V-8s. This Ford can tow Read the rest of this entry »

What Buyers Need to Know about RV Insurance

Posted on July 5th, 2013 by admin

RV ownership can be an important responsibility, with such vehicles often representing a very sizable investment. Protecting your vehicle with the right insurance policy and ensuring that you will be able to make use of superior financial resources and assistance in the event of an accident or mishap is never an issue that should go overlooked. From traffic accidents and storm damage to theft of your vehicle, there could be no end to the number of potential issues that could place your investment at greater risk. Choosing the right insurance policy, provider and options can make a Read the rest of this entry »

Used RVs, Quality Travel on a Budget

Posted on July 2nd, 2013 by admin

Purchasing an RV can be a daunting financial prospect, and doubly so if it is your first. However, it doesn’t have to be. For first timers to experienced RVers, purchasing a used camper/trailer makes a lot of sense.

Money is always a consideration when making a major purchase and an RV, whether it’s a pop-up, a fifth wheel, or a motor home, is a major purchase. The good news is, there are many quality RVs in the used market, and now is a good time to purchase one. The economic downturn means some families have chosen to sell their Read the rest of this entry »

How Far and How Long Equals How Big?

Posted on July 1st, 2013 by admin

When purchasing an RV, there are many considerations to bring to the table. One of the biggest decisions, and one that will have a large impact on the cost of the vehicle, is size. With sizes available from less than 15 feet to more than 30 feet, when you choose the size of your RV, you should take into account how far you want to travel and how long you will be on the road.

For permanent Read the rest of this entry »

Trailer, Toy Hauler, Temporary Home: Choosing an RV

Posted on June 29th, 2013 by admin

Are you considering the option to purchase an RV in the near future? If so, then you may be feeling at least a little bit overwhelmed when it comes to the large number of options that are available when shopping for an RV these days. Still, buying an RV is a huge decision you will have to live with for a long time to come. For this reason, you will want to take the time to find the right RV for you based on your specific needs and your budget as well.

For starters, consider the various options that are Read the rest of this entry »