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Tax Season Tip Sheet for RVers: Can You Claim Deductions for Your Used RVs?

It’s tax season. Just like every other tax payer, RV lovers everywhere are currently considering their income, their expenses, their documentation, their work expenses, and how to make sure that they accurately file their taxes for maximum returns/minimal taxes due. Before filing, RV owners should consider how RVing could possibly benefit them this tax season. […]

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The Fifth Wheel or RV Can Generate a Positive Family Dynamic and Improve Overall Lifestyle

There are a lot of people who adore RVing. The entire RV lifestyle seems to appeal to almost every “type” of consumer. According to a Harris Interactive survey recently cited by the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), it’s not surprising that so many feel such an appreciation for this mode of transportation turned lifestyle. Participants […]

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RVing with Pets: Pet Friendly RV Campgrounds

For many people, a family vacation in the RV means taking everyone along, including the pets. Before taking your motorhomes on the road with your favorite animals on board, consider carefully what others have learned about RVing with pets. Luckily for pet parents, many RV parks are designed to accommodate four-legged guests. Some are equipped […]

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Maximize the Fun in the Class C RV

Traveling has long been viewed as a solution to the stress, frustration, discontent and dissatisfaction that can set in when we hold too tightly to our day-to-day routines and negligible responsibilities. Modern society has created a situation in which most don’t feel free to indulge in activities of their own choosing. Even on vacation many […]

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RV Destinations: Experience the Many Flavors of Arizona

The southwestern state of Arizona in the United States has many natural attractions. Residents and visitors to the state should take time to appreciate the wonders waiting to be discovered. One excellent way to tour is by recreational vehicle or RV. They offer the unique advantage of both transportation and lodging at the same time. […]

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Dictionary of Common RVing Terms

Here is a basic list or quick dictionary of common RVing terms for those who drive motorhomes or RVs. These terms are a reference for all RVers. The words and RVing terms are listed below in alphabetical order for RVer convenience in finding the info they need as they travel or prepare for their next […]

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RVing: Past to Present

Human beings have always been RVers of a sort. Currently, RVing is one of the most popular modes of vacation transportation. It’s versatile, affordable and comes with an entire lifestyle that appeals to vacationers and “home bodies” alike. With the fifth wheel camper topping the list of popular RV types for modern day RVers, it’s […]

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Advantages of Renting an RV and RVing in General

RVs are a great way to spend quality time with friends and family in a comfortable environment, as opposed to being cramped in a car with everyone facing one direction and unable to visit, chat or play games comfortably. Renting an RV will give you the opportunity to experiment with various sizes and styles appropriate […]

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Remember That RV For Sale? Time to Take it On The Road with the Experts as a Guide

That RV for sale that seemed like such a good idea is only a good idea if it’s taken out on the road. Maximizing the time in the RV can be tricky when there are extenuating factors. One of those extenuating factors that may even pop up as a negative when considering the purchase of […]

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Short, Intense Trips in Your Used Travel Trailer or RV

RV industry experts are seeing more and more people changing their RVing habits. The typical RV road trip in years past fell in the range of 5-14 days. Today’s RVers are taking their used travel trailer or RV on the road for quicker trips, but maximizing the time by planning a lot of stops and […]

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RVing Right: 10 Helpful Packing Tips

RVing is an art. Every RVer develops an individual style. For some full time RVing is the best option. For others, frequent, but short weekend trips bode better for their personality and their way of life. Still others will find that the RV is most advantageous when used for extended solo trips. The versatility of […]

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Spooky RVing: Putting Together a Halloween Themed Party on the Road

RVing during the holidays can make everything that much more exciting and thrilling, but if RVers aren’t careful it can also feel like celebrating is that much more difficult. Celebrating while RVing can be simple and easy if it’s approached from the right direction with the right attitude. Every party planner (professional or not) learns […]

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Creating an RV Journal

Scrapbooking and RVing…some might say they don’t suit each other. These individuals would be mistaken. Scrapbooking is simply one more way in which people commemorate big events, important moments, people they want to remember and places they could never forget. Scrapbooking is actually just as implicitly connected to the RV lifestyle as photography. What do […]

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RVing and Astrology are a Perfect Combination

It’s common knowledge that RVing is a preferred lifestyle for individuals and families who enjoy the outdoors. The recreational vehicle got its name because it makes itself not only amenable, but advantageous to the many activities that rely upon the great outdoors and nature herself: cliff jumping, rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, rapelling, skiing, snowboarding, […]

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RV Cooking: The Dutch Oven and RVing

RVers typically appreciate the opportunity to cook homemade meals in their convenient and handy recreational vehicle kitchens. It’s one of the most popular aspects of RV travel. It decreases the need for eating out and filling up on junk food. It also provides the opportunity to veer away from the traditional modes of cooking popular […]

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The Great Outdoors: RVing After Dark

When it comes to the great outdoors most people have a lot of grandiose ideas about becoming one with nature and enjoying their natural love of physical activities with which they may or may not have any personal experience. Trouble comes when these novices head out RVing without any definite plans or preparations on how […]

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RV Cooking in Class C Motorhomes

Some are under the unfair assumption that cooking is more difficult when they are residing in one of the many Class C motorhomes. This type of negative outlook can drastically limit the variety of food available to travelers while on the road, particularly the variety of healthy food choices. Instead of accepting the glass half […]

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Take a Break from the Class B RV to Vote in the Upcoming Presidential Election

Every American should take the opportunity to vote in the upcoming 2012 Presidential Election. That means that RVers should officially take a break from the Class B RV so they can fill out a ballot. There is no better way to exercise your basic democratic rights than to participate in elections. The upcoming 2012 Presidential […]

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Used Travel Trailers and the Perfect Small Town

Every road trip has a beginning and every road trip has a final destination. Many of them have a return trip as well. Sometimes even the best laid plans lead to side trips that weren’t planned, changes to the itinerary, or even a complete remapping of the course. Used travel trailers out on the road are veterans at all of the above because they are the consummate road trippers. They have been everywhere, seen everything and done everything. As the driver, the RVer has enjoyed it all.

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Fall Festival Road Trip in the Class C RV

Some RVers travel all year, and others spend random weekends and vacations on the road. Some RVers utilize their RV for extremely practical purposes as they travel from home to a certain destination like Grandma’s house or “the happiest place on earth.” The RV is a great vacation transition and it absolutely serves its purpose as primary means of transportation and backup lodging. But those who get the most out of their RVs know how to generate an entire trip around being in their Class C RV on the open road for the entire trip. When RVing is approached with this attitude the options become completely endless. Fall festivals are highly recommended for the upcoming season and interested RVers would do well to start planning their road trip now.

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RVs For Sale and Getting Back to School

When perusing all the RVs for sale at the beginning of the summer, RV buyers didn’t consider how they were going to feel parking the recreational vehicle when it was time for the kids to go back to school. Some are completely ready for time downtime at home. They find vacationing exhausting and would rather not ever go anywhere ever again. To these people it’s important to ask one question, “Where did the decision to purchase an RV come from?”

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Make the Most of Used RVs by Hitting Multiple “Parks”

Individuals who have recently purchased “new” used RVs sometimes find themselves scrambling for a foothold from which they can really jump start their life on the road. They want to get off to a great start. They don’t want to hold back. They want to grab life by the horns. The life of an RVer can be extremely exciting and holds great potential for adding zest to an otherwise staid and plodding existence. To avoid getting stuck in the quagmires of planning remember this one simple piece of advice: just do it. Yes, it’s an overused phrase and it’s been heard many, many times by EVERY individual lucky enough to live on the Earth in the past two decades. The reason it’s been such an effective and steadfast tag line for the huge conglomerate we won’t mention by name because they don’t need the additional, free advertising is because it is so very true! There aren’t very many living in today’s wildly busy, ridiculously stressful society that don’t find themselves bogged down by distractions and items that are actually extremely low on their life long “to do” list. Step away from the front lines for just one second, and it’s easy to see just how applicable this statement is. That’s why it rings so true. How do the RVing experts recommend you actually follow through and “just do it?” Multitasking is a great starting point.

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Pedata RV Center Releases Tips on Homeschooling and RVing

Pedata RV Center releases tips on homeschooling and RVing. In addition to the regularly scheduled articles for the month of August, Pedata RV Center is focusing on the “back to school” season. While many are adjusting their travel routine to suit the fact that the kids are back in school, more and more are actually […]

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Ready to Put the RV for Sale? Try One More Road Trip

Some consumers leap into RVing headfirst. They don’t consider their vacationing style. They ignore their history of travel (or non-travel). The number of vacations taken per year, the typical vacation budget, the average number of participants in any given vacation and the type of vacation location preferred are not taken into consideration prior to purchasing. This can lead to major hang ups down the road. For many, it means putting the poor RV for sale before ever even giving it a chance to succeed.

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Cooking on the Road: Mixes to Keep in the Diesel Pusher Cabinet

Many vacationers want to eat more home-cooked meals, but it’s usually the recreational vehicle owners who actually accomplish the task. The diesel pusher is versatile and convenient in many ways, but the most prized aspect of the RV is often identified as the kitchen. Traveling with a kitchen changes the name of the game.

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Back to Nature in the Class B Motorhome: Natural On the Road Beauty Tips

Many associate pampering with vacationing and since getting back to nature is a popular theme in the RVing world, some RVers will enjoy incorporating a natural spa day. There are a number of natural beauty tips to pamper the RVer that can easily be planned and implemented while “on the road” in the Class B motorhome.

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Used Motorhomes For Sale: No Experience Required

Used motorhomes for sale offer so many advantages to the typical American that some jump into the purchase feet first without a lot of thought, consideration or even a trial period. Some take their time. Some even rent a recreational vehicle prior to following through on a used motorhomes for sale purchase to ensure the RVing lifestyle is a good fit. This is a fantastic idea, but it’s not the only successful method of becoming an RVer.

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Avoiding Wildfires: The RVer and the Used Travel Trailer

There were 78,792 wildfires in the U.S.A in the year 2009. These fires affected 5,921,786 acres. If nothing else, these numbers should bring home to RVers and campers everywhere that wildfire prevention is not a joke and it is not to be taken lightly. Smoky the Bear says, “Only you can prevent wildfires.” This is the premise every RV owner should work off of when traveling in a used travel trailer.

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On the Road with the Daniels Family in the Motor Home Class C

It’s no surprise that every RV trip is going to be different than the last. Each trip will have its own destinations, participants, stops and details. Even “annual” destinations come with new sights, sounds and memories each time the trip is made. More than that, RVers should note that each trip is going to be different depending on who is making the trip.

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The “Double Check List” for Fifth Wheel Trailers

Fifth wheel trailers are often outfitted to drastically decrease the need for packing. This is one of the many advantages of RVing. Due to the fact that the RV provides accommodations for traveling as well as a substantial amount of storage for items needed while on the road, many lose the stress and worry that is often associated with “packing for a trip.” While this is one of the advantages of the recreational vehicle, it can also lead to a recurring problem.

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