Help! Camping in My RV is a Nightmare So, you bought an RV, but your first trip out was a nightmare. Just because your first trip didn’t go exactly as planned doesn’t mean you should give up on RVing just yet. Especially considering the sizeable investment an RV is. Over the last few months, we’ve received thousands of emails from newbie RVers. Today we’re sharing the most common challenges they’ve written about and helping them find solutions. Let’s dive in! Towing or Driving My RV is Terrifying If you are terrified of driving your RV, know that you are not alone. Driving such a large vehicle down the road is definitely a daunting task. And honestly, a little fear is probably a good thing to keep you cautious. Whether you’re worried about traffic, rolling your RV, or scraping on a low overpass, there are things you can do to minimize the risk and increase your confidence. First things first, make sure your tow vehicle is large enough for your RV . Take back roads: Taking back roads means there is less traffic and fewer lanes to deal with. You won’t have to worry about merging on or off the freeway either. Use an RV Trip Router: Another option is to use an RV trip routing service. There are several services available that will give you safe driving directions for RVing. These routes will avoid steep grades, low clearances, weight restrictions, and more. You’ll have peace of mind knowing you […]