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Tips to safely drive your RV, 5th Wheel, Travel Trailer, Mobile Clinic

Leveling your RV

Got Wood?Whether you’re trying to get your RV level when the ground is not, or you’re in a parking lot with a mobile clinic and there is a slope, your levelers are not always going to co-operate, they will need help! Help is easy, inexpensive and can save you much frustration; it is nothing more than...

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Navigating construction and road paving

Summer time and the roads they’re a paving...We’ve all been there when the two lane freeway goes into construction mode. No shoulder, a precipitous drop-off on one side, barrels or K-rail on the other. What do you do? The easy way is to use Reference points to keep you centered in your lane and...

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Do your RV Pre-Trip Tire Inspection

You never know what you’ll find when you do a pre-trip. During a recent training session with a brand new RVer who had purchase a low mileage, used motor home we did the tire check. You remember the drill, I – inflation, C – condition of the tire and D – depth of tread and date of manufacture. First...

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Keeps to keeping your RV centered in the lane

TRIVIA QUIZWhat does a 102” class A motor home, driving on a 12’ freeway lane and a Freighter, going through the 120’ wide Panama Canal locks have in common? They each have less than two feet of clearance on either side of their respective vehicles! When driving a vehicle that is 102” wide,...

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Is your RV overloaded? Understanding weight

No one would overload their vehicle like this, right? Well before you answer that question, let’s examine what you need to know about loading your RV or Mobile Clinic and how overloading can affect your SAFE operation. GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) is the MAXIMUM permissible weight of...

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What RV Drivers NEED to know when ordering glasses

If you’re like me and thousands of others, we all have one thing in common; we wear glasses to make our vision better. Not only that, many of us have dual-vision glasses with reading lenses at the bottom. This is what I have had for many years and thanks to an Optometrist who had experience with commercial...

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