Fulltimers are exposed to potentially unsafe water in campgrounds

Most people – RVers included – do not think much about the quality and safety of their water supply. And they also tend to overlook potentially unsafe water supplies when staring them in the face, such as at some RV parks. And fulltimers spend more time (like 24/7) in RV parks than part-time RVers, increasing their exposure to unsafe water. Here is info... Read More

Fulltime RVing couple list their top five frustrations

  Fulltimers Mike and Jennifer Wendland publish the excellent website/blog Roadtreking, “Celebrating the RV Lifestyle.” Although the Wendlands are enthusiastic about their RV lifestyle, Mike takes an opportunity here to describe the couple’s top five RV frustrations. By Mike Wendland Deplorable campground conditions This, we believe, is one of the biggest scandals of the RV world. There are many campgrounds that could more... Read More

Fulltimers have the time to take the road less traveled

  By Bob Difley When you became a fulltimer, did you look forward to relaxing, taking it easy, and enjoying life more? And then you got on the Interstates Highway System and rushed from one tourist attraction to another, Whoa, Slow down. Don’t just focus on your next destination. Many of America’s most scenic drives wind across and through remote... Read More

Do you really need a deep soaking bathtub?

By Andrew Robinson RVs continue to grow larger and larger, adding “bells and whistles” and other frills to telmpt buyers. And many RV manufacturers are evolving from building RVs as vehicles to use for recreation into building them for homes-on-wheels, we have yet another entry into the RV designers’ game: “What cool option can we feature next that nobody really needs?” We already have built-in washer-dryers, dishwashers, fireplaces,... Read More