Campfire safety is one of the most important rules to follow anytime and anywhere you camp. Campfires are amongst the top contributors to woodland and forest fires in the United States. Almost 85% of wildland fires in the United States are caused by humans. And because of it, wildlife is displaced and the natural environment is destroyed. Even nearby homeowners suffer because of just one spark. Continue reading “14 Campfire Safety Tips – Help Prevent Forest Fires!”
Doesn’t it seem like more people are going on road trips these days? However, more people on the road means more accidents. Some of which are caused by fatigue and health issues that may contribute. Regardless of what you drive, by following these safe RV driving tips, you can minimize collisions and stress on the road.
It’s hard not to notice those colorful kayaks cradled on the tops of vehicles, in truck beds or in kayak racks. In fact, kayaking has become so popular in recent years that the community is still growing. Paddlers of all ages have taken to the lakes, rivers and even the ocean. However, I’ve noticed lately that most paddlers don’t practice kayak safety! Continue reading “Lifesaving Kayak Safety Tips for Beginners: Boating Safety”
Lately, we’ve been reading several accounts about RVs being stolen or broken into. So, here’s some RV security tips on how to prevent your motorhome or camper secure from being broken in or stolen while you’re using it or while your motorhome or towable camper is in storage.
While RVing can be an incredibly exhilarating experience, your adventure can quickly turn into a nightmare. Crime is on the rise as also human trafficking everywhere, even in places you’d least expect it. But, by arming yourself with these RV safety tips and personal safety precautions, you can live your dream with less worry.
The question is how do you keep your pets cool and comfortable in your RV when it’s the hot outside? An RV or camper can get hot really fast in the summer. So, it’s important to take certain safety precautions when leaving your pet alone in your motorhome or towable RV when you leave your RV to go exploring.
Did you know that half of those living on the road lack emergency supplies in the event of a disaster? Having an 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.
Before hitting the road in your new motorhome or camper, you’ll need the best RV accessories to get you set up for successful trip and setting up your campsite. A good basic RV starter kit includes all you need to plug into electric, hook up the water, empty your tanks, keep your RV clean and everything in between.
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”