An introductory manual with loads of how-to advice, including choosing the right RV, operating its systems, planning trips, preparing for travel, handling an RV on the road, using campground sites and more.
RVing Basics has the answers to your most important questions, including:
Which would work better for me—a motorhome or a trailer?
Are trailers really difficult to back and do they sway a lot?
How much will an RV cost?
Is RVing “roughing it”?
How do I find campgrounds and places to stay?
Are RV vacations really more economical—are there places I can camp for free?
If I have a disability, can I still travel by RV?
How do I use the hookups at a campground?
How do RV systems differ from those in my home?
Veteran RVers Bill and Jan Moeller offer tips on trip planning, readying your RV for the road and finding your way to RV parks and campgrounds across the country. Detailed, illustrated chapters explain the fundamentals of driving and handling an RV, maneuvering it into campsites and using campground hookups. The Moellers demystify the intricacies of the RV’s electrical, water and propane systems, offering advice on how to use them. The sections on maintaining and winterizing an RV will protect your investment.
Authors Bill and Jan Moeller have lived a mobile lifestyle for more than 20 years, during which they have had much experience overcoming problems with and upgrading their 12- and 120-volt electrical systems. At present, as they have done for many years, the Moellers live fulltime in their fifth-wheel trailer and travel the year round. In addition to writing books, including RV Electrical Systems, the Moellers also write a nationally syndicated newspaper column about RVing. Paperback, 224 pages.
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