Living, traveling and camping in an RV can present anxious moments in the event of significant weather events. Severe weather events can pop up and escalate quickly; catching you and your family off-guard if you’re not prepared. RVers and campers must always have a plan of action in dealing with inclement weather responsibly. Knowing when to seek shelter or evacuate will be key to not becoming a statistic and can save you and your family’s lives.
Did you know that half of those living on the road lack emergency supplies in the event of a disaster? Having an RV Emergency Go Bag or bug out bag, is as important as having a water hose in your motorhome or camper. You’ll need it should you need to evacuate due to weather, area gas leak, fire, flooding or other unforeseen emergency event.
Regardless if you drive a big motorhome or pull a fifth wheel or small camper, knowing how to avoid roadside emergencies and accidents will keep us all safe on the highways and back roads during our travels. With these RV safety tips, we’ll show you how to prevent accidents before they happen. Continue reading “10 Ways to Avoid Roadside Emergencies and Accidents”
RVing is fun and adventurous! Getting to experience the thrill of driving down the road in your motorhome or with your camper is exhilarating. But what if your RV has a breakdown or an accident? Do you have the right roadside safety gear? This comprehensive guide will keep you safer on the road; regardless if you’re in a big rig motorhome, hauling a trailer or enjoying the van life.
You’ve got your family and RV all packed and are ready to hit the road for spring break or summer camping trip! You’ve got the goodies to make s’mores, roadmaps, activity books, and everything under the sun to keep them occupied. However, there’s one thing you need to discuss with the kids before taking off to explore the outdoors: Camping Safety! Continue reading “RV Living: Family Camping Safety Tips”
What started out to be a beautiful, relaxing Sunday of sightseeing and shopping Bandera, Texas ended up, as RVers, being a teaching moment.