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Class A motorhome

Identified by the body, which looks like it's all one design from front to back. A Class A ...
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Class C motorhome

This type was once known as a minimotorhome, but some are larger than small Class A units. A Class C looks as though it...
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Powertrain Q & A: Apr 2003

Q.  We’ve owned a 1981 Travelcraft for about 18 years, and it has been a good motorhome. My brother-in-law leaves his coach plugged into outside...
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Powertrain Q & A: Mar 2003

 Q.  I have a one-of-a-kind problem that Chevrolet’s Tech Line people have never heard of on a 1992 Winnebago 32-foot Adventurer with a Chevrolet 7.4-liter...
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Powertrain Q & A: Feb 2003

Q.   We have owned a new Trail-Lite Class A motorhome by R-Vision for three months. We have taken it on four trips and on...
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Powertrain Q & A: Jan 2003

Q. We have a 1994 Coachmen 34- foot Class A motorhome built on a Ford F-53 chassis. Recently, while returning from a short outing...
Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach, Oregon is reflected in the wet sand under a blue sky

History, Heavenly Gardens and Hot Springs

Exploring the Portland, Oregon, area by motorhome delights all senses During our motorhome trip through Oregon, my husband, Jim, and I lingered to explore historical...
River Run RV Resort

Sponsored Content: River Run RV Resort in Granby, Colorado

Enjoy the Best of Both Worlds at River Run Get ready to discover a gorgeous getaway in Granby, Colorado, at River Run RV Resort. Here...
Fan-Tastic Vent 7350

Sponsored Content: Fan-Tastic Vent for Motorhomes

The powerful yet compact Dometic Fan-Tastic Vent model 7350 provides you with the airflow inside your motorhome that you desire. The 7350 has 14...
Young man and woman posing on BMW motorcycle in front of RV

Big Rigs & Big Motorcycles

Bringing your motorcycle along with you - Can it be done? Tips, tricks and options for bringing a motorcycle and car with you while...
Camping on Public Lands

Camping on Public Lands

Save money and get back to basics by staying at primitive campsites! Most RVers love America’s national and state parks. Few locations on earth can...