by Chris Hemer
June 19, 2014

  With Recent Updates and an All-New Floorplan, Fleetwood’s Popular Diesel Pusher is Better Than Ever     The more things change, the more they stay the same. Regardless of how you interpret this time-honored expression, there’s no denying its simple truth. We can all remember the... Read more »

Siesta Fiesta


by Kevin Livingston
June 2, 2014

  A Sprinter-based motorhome from Thor Motor Coach that makes it easy to downsize In the world of motorhomes, Class A’s and Class C’s have had the lion’s share of luxury. With the advent of the acclaimed Sprinter chassis, most Class B producers have really stepped up their game to provide... Read more »

Advanced RV Class B


by Jeff Johnston
June 2, 2014

Fully customized interiors and user-selected features help this company stand out in a competitive niche RV market Advanced RV is a fairly new motorhome manufacturer that stands out in the Class-B field which, by most descriptions, is a niche market in the RV industry. First, it’s a direct factory-sales-only... Read more »

Comfort Zones


May 30, 2014

  TempMinder wireless digital thermometer, calendar and clock keeps tabs on inside temperatures and up to three remote locations Admittedly, I’m a weather junkie. Maybe it’s because I wanted to be a meteorologist before pursuing a journalism career, but that’s another story. Keeping tabs... Read more »

Super C


May 30, 2014

A truck chassis with diesel power is a nice platform for a motorhome, but until recently, this combination has been hard to find. Thor Motor Coach (TMC) has filled this void in the RV market with its Chateau and Four Winds “Super C” diesel motorhomes. Offered in two floorplans (33SW and 35SK), these... Read more »

Smoke on the Weber


by Bob Livingston
April 29, 2014

  The new 14.5-inch Smokey Mountain Cooker livens up meat flavor using charcoal and hardwoods, and can be easily stored   A barbecue is almost standard equipment in a motor­home. Most people enjoy cooking outdoors and a barbecue is a great way to get favorite meats, poultry and fish to the... Read more »

Winnebago Touring Coach: Travato 59G


by Donya Carlson
April 28, 2014

  The Successful Marriage Between Fiat and Chrysler Results in a Stylish Class B That’s Fun, Practical and Easy to Park   When considering the purchase of a motorhome, it’s always a good idea to think about how you plan to use it, where you plan to store it and if the end justifies the... Read more »

Molto Forza!


by Bob Livingston
April 23, 2014

  Winnebago uses its design muscle to introduce a feature-rich diesel pusher that’s priced closer to a highline gasser   When Winnebago set out to add another line to its family of diesel pushers, the company targeted potential owners who desire to move up from a gasser and are willing to... Read more »

Phaeton 40 QBH


by Bob Livingston
March 25, 2014

  Tiffin Motorhomes has Added All the Elements to Make this Coach Live Well in the Lap of Luxury at a Surprising Price Point   Forty feet seems to be the magical number when it comes to sizing motorhomes. There’s plenty of length to satisfy those who want maximum livability without going... Read more »

Permanent Roof Repair


by Bill and Jenn Gehr
March 25, 2014

  EternaBond Tape Makes Short Work out of Sealing Damaged Membranes that can Lead to Mildew, Mold and Dry Rot   Rubber roofs made from EPDM or TPO material are lightweight and pliable, but are vulnerable to damage caused by tree branches that can result in tears or rips in the membrane. Left... Read more »

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