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RV Lifestyle Blog

Pros and Cons of Choosing 5th Wheelers

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Tue, Aug 02, 2016 @ 08:08 AM

Many RV enthusiasts love fifth wheelers or gooseneck trailers – and for good reason. But, is full time living in a fifth wheeler the right choice for you? Let’s take a look at some strengths and weaknesses of these trailers to help you decide.

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Tags: Different Types of RV

What You Should Know About RV Slide Outs

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Thu, Jun 16, 2016 @ 08:06 AM

RV Slide Outs

If you attend an RV show, you’ll likely feel at home in many of the RVs displayed. Slide outs add up to 20% more square footage to floor plans while removing the narrow constraints of RVs without slide outs. Many new RVs feature one to four slide outs, with each one adding to the RV sticker price. Before you buy an RV with slide outs, it’s a good idea to ask a lot of questions to better understand the slide out functionality.

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Tags: Different Types of RV, RV Maintenance

What type of RV to Buy

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Fri, Mar 18, 2016 @ 08:03 AM

Before you set out to buy an RV, you need to sit down and think about exactly how often you intend to use it. You also need to determine how much you can afford to pay for the RV and expenses related to its maintenance and use.

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What are the Top 5 Rated RV Brands

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Tue, Mar 31, 2015 @ 07:03 AM

Talk to any RV enthusiast, and you’ll probably hear some strong opinions about their RV.  It’s an important part of their life – a gateway to adventure, a lifestyle, a home away from home.

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Which RV Floor Plan is Best?

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Tue, Feb 10, 2015 @ 08:02 AM

50_resize_people_in_rv-resized-600If you plan on spending a lot of time in your RV, it is important that you are happy with the layout. You need to feel that the space suits your lifestyle and family size in form and function. The greatest amount of flexibility comes with the larger Class A, B, and C motorhomes. Let’s take a look at the standard accommodations and popular add-ons.

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RV Must Have Accessories

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Tue, Jan 20, 2015 @ 08:01 AM

If you have just purchased your first RV, you might expect that it has everything you need to take your first road trip. That’s probably mostly true, but experienced RV enthusiasts have found many additions that have proven essential for more trouble-free travels.

Most of these accessories assist the RV owner with a basic function such as cooking, cleaning, relaxing, or entertaining. Let’s review the most recommended additions by category.

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Tags: Different Types of RV, Full-Time RVing

What are the Different Classes of RVs?

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Thu, Apr 10, 2014 @ 09:04 AM

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Tags: Horse Trailer Insurance, Fifth Wheel Trailers, Different Types of RV, Stationary Travel Trailer, Other Insurance: Auto, Boat, Home and More

Come to the indoor Ohio RV SuperShow!

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Mon, Jan 06, 2014 @ 14:01 PM

It may be cold in many parts of the country, but the Ohio RV SuperShow this week in Cleveland, OH is INDOORS!  It's billed as the largest indoor RV show in the U.S.

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Tags: Medium Duty Truck Insurance, RV Insurance, RV Travel Destinations, Fifth Wheel Trailers, Different Types of RV, Full-Time RVing, Stationary Travel Trailer

Thinking about Restoring a Vintage Travel Trailer?

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Mon, Nov 25, 2013 @ 09:11 AM

Before jumping into a major restoration project, ensure you have a clear understanding of everything involved in the process. Successful trailer renovation requires a solid plan to accomplish the task, time to work on it, and a dedicated budget.

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Tags: RV Insurance, Different Types of RV, Other Insurance: Auto, Boat, Home and More

The Flxible Company - a Pioneer in Alternative Use Vehicles

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Mon, Nov 18, 2013 @ 15:11 PM

In the beginning of the Flxible Company, flexibility referred to the connection between a motorcycle and an attached sidecar. The new engineering allowed the sidecar to stay on the ground when the motorcycle leaned to the opposite side, as well as rise over obstructions. This maneuverability greatly improved the stability and safety of motorcycle sidecars.

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Tags: RV Insurance, Different Types of RV, Other Insurance: Auto, Boat, Home and More