RV Touring for Newbies
Whether you’re a family with kids and pets, or empty-nester retirees, if you’re thinking about RVing, this educational video is for you! This 76 minute program consists of 8 audio/video modules (243 MB). Plus, you’ll also get Bob’s helpful checklists. Play it on any device that supports MP4 files, such as Apple and Windows computers, iPhones, iPads, Android phones, and tablets. Use iTunes to transfer files to iPhones and iPads. There is no need for Internet access to watch it – you can play it anywhere to get started. When you have finished a video click on the close button on the top corner side of the screen to return to the list of topics,
Lesson 1. Click here Start RV Touring for Newbies
Lesson 2. Click here Choose the smallest RV you will be comfortable in not the largest you can afford!
Lesson 3. Click here Rent or Choose the smallest RV you will be comfortable in not the largest you can afford!
Lesson 4 Click here Buy or sell diesel engines that are safer but more expensive.
Gas engines cost less but do not last as long.
Lesson 5_Click here Always measure the overall weight of your unit and do not go beyond the specs. Measure the tire pressure on each wheel with a gage. Replace tires due to aging.
Lesson 6_Click here You will need water, water heating, wastewater, propane appliances, heating, and air conditioning. Read the manuals. Winterize your unit with antifreeze.
Learn about the awning, levelers & stabilizers, generator, rear view camera, and powering the steps. Check the steps before you open the inside door
Lesson 7 Click here Entertain with Radios, Television, Antennas, Internet, Cell Phones, and Satellite TV and Receiver.
Lesson 8 Click here Plan your first trip. Plan on 200 miles or 400 miles per day. Arrive in daylight.
Plot the route on RVilliage and print your Itinerary.
With few exceptions make reservations days 0-2 before arrival.
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