RV Solar Power

RV Solar Power

Jumping in your RV and leaving the rat race for the weekend is an American tradition. Did you know you can provide power to your RV with the sun while getting away from it all? RV solar power is a very effective means to save some money on energy and is great for getting off the beaten track. The Sun … Continue reading

Lemon Laws May Not Cover Recreational Vehicles

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Although the price of gasoline continues to climb upwards, Americans still love driving recreational vehicles. They are big and bulky, and get poor gas mileage, but the convenience of driving a vehicle that also contains some of the comforts of home is appealing, particularly since an RV will allow you to stay in national parks and other campgrounds. Why stay … Continue reading

RV Production Amps up

RV Production Amps up Following Latest Recession ~Kidd RV Consulting recognizes RV production growth following economic recessions~ TALLAHASSEE, FL – RV shipments continue to increase from the 2008-2009 recession, the largest decline of RV sales in 33 years. Numbers of RV shipments to retailers reached a high of 285,749 for 2012, a gain of 13.2 percent over 2011. According to … Continue reading

Retro Road Trip with a Vintage Travel Trailer Towed by a Classic Car

Retro travelers, Vicky and Richard Nash describe how they restored a 1962 Shasta travel trailer and a 1961 Ford Galaxie Sunliner convertible then take the duo on a western Colorado journey. Now the couple has a thriving vintage travel trailer restoration business called Retro Trailer Design based in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. A classic 1960s red convertible with a matching vintage travel trailer … Continue reading

1973 GMC Motor Home – The Collectible Motor Home

1973 GMC Motor Home

In the 1970’s, General Motors entered the RV market. Drawing on the exuberance of the times, the company set out to create the ultimate American Motor Home. Their aim was to produce a top-of the-line vehicle with cutting-edge design and construction, not just another competitor in the already crowded vacation vehicle market. The common design in this era was a … Continue reading