Here at TV for My RV, we cater to people who are already RV enthusiasts, but here is some helpful information for those of you who are still contemplating the RV Lifestyle.
The RV industry has continued to experience a big boom since the ushering in of the 21st Century, with subsequent increase in the number of “baby boomers” who are venturing into the “leisure time” industry. But many people still aren’t aware that if you’re a first-time RV enthusiasts, you can visit your local RV specialists and most likely drive away in a camper or a motorhome that will facilitate your travel and camping needs in matters of a few minutes. If you would like to try before you buy, considering the following things will be important to your successful RV rental. Don’t worry your RV trip doesn’t have to end up like the movie “RV” featuring Robin Williams, we have plenty of RV video tips here on our site including, proper macerator system hookup, that will prevent you from ending up like this. . .
Know Your Needs - This is vital and it will help you avoid possible issues that may arise while traveling and camping. Any first-time enthusiast should be sure to have a planning meeting with his or her group or family to get clear idea of the best RV that will form their vacation home.
Understand the destination and duration - This is crucial and a renter will want to ensure that the RV parks and campgrounds that are intended for the vacation have all the necessary facilities for the family or group and for the vehicle as well. Travelers should confirm reservations before heading to a destination. We even have some featured RV campgrounds here on our blog.
Gather Knowledge in RVs - It would be a good idea to do a little checking into the different sizes and styles of RV just to get a fundamental familiarity, but any dealer will be able to help educate you as well. Typically, there are three classes of RV, namely A, B and C, all differentiated by the amount of interior space, the size and the amenities available.
Arrange for alternative transportation in the RV plan - It will be important for travelers to include an alternative way of getting around after finally arriving at the destination. Bringing a car, a scooter or a couple of bikes will make transportation easier, other than having to drive a larger motorhome.
One thing that takes a while to perfect and is most frequently overlooked in the early stages of RVing is the packing list. Here are a couple references to help with your packing list: