An RV is the typical all-American family vacation vehicle. An astounding 56 million individuals plan an RV trip every summer, with even more planning road trips in the fall and winter. Many of them are first-time RVers.
However, preparing with practice and planning is essential to have an excellent start to RVing. Driving an RV, regardless of its model, differs from driving a standard car. And, unlike arriving at a hotel, there’s more to do than unpacking before settling down for the night.
With these RV tips, you can avoid a frustrating encounter and cruise on the open road with confidence.