Roadside assistance is one of those things that you hope you never need, but when you do need it, it’s vital that it works the way you expect it to. For most Americans, talking about roadside assistance is synonymous with AAA – the American Automobile Association (or CAA in Canada). AAA has been around for about as long as cars have existed, so there’s little wonder it has become a trusted household name.
When it comes to RVers, though, is AAA still the best option? Whether your RV is a motorhome or a trailer, your roadside assistance needs are a little different than the average driver. Among RVers, Good Sam roadside assistance is also a popular option.
As a full-time RVer, this decision was important to me. So I compared AAA and Good Sam roadside assistance services specifically for RVs,Continue reading
Three years ago, my family sold most of our belongings, bought a bunkhouse travel trailer, moved into it, and hit the road full-time. My husband and I chose a Keystone Cougar 29BHS for our family of five, and after three years and thousands of miles, we are still very happy with it. As we read […]Continue reading
Spend enough time with other RVers, and you will inevitably end up talking about poop at least once. Regardless of experience level, just about everyone has an unfortunate black tank story to tell. If you don’t yet, then it is probably only a matter of time. When it comes to dumping tanks, even small mistakes […]Continue reading
When you think of RVing, many words and images come to mind, but chances are a long, luxurious shower is not one of them. The average RV water heater has a 6-gallon tank. Those 6 gallons are used quickly and then you have to wait as the heater brings a fresh tank of water up […]Continue reading