Weather apps for smartphones and other digital devices are essential trip planning tools for travelers. But with so many different weather apps out there, how will you know which one will be the most beneficial for your individual needs? Continue reading “8 Most Popular Weather Apps for Travelers”
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.
Being full-time RVers, it’s extremely important that we be thorough with all of our vehicle and RV maintenance because this is our home. But also, to drive sensibly and defensively. By doing so will help us avoid roadside emergencies and accidents. Whether you drive a motorhome or pull a fifth wheel or travel trailer camper, we’ll show you how we practice safe RVing. Continue reading “10 Ways to Avoid Roadside Emergencies and Accidents”
Winter seems to be knocking down the door early this year! RVers all across the country are feeling it and some, because they’re unprepared, are literally left out in the cold! Because RVs are not built to the extent of a sticks and bricks home, cold weather can really become an issue if you’re not prepared or really don’t know how to keep the cold out.
Living in an RV can pose anxious moments in the event of inclement weather. If you’re driving on the road, it’s best to find a safe exit and place to park to wait it out. Anytime you park at a new campground or RV park, its a good idea to locate your closest storm shelter, have an evacuation plan and be able to act on it immediately.
What started out to be a beautiful, relaxing Sunday of sightseeing and shopping Bandera, Texas ended up, as RVers, being a teaching moment.