ONE OF THE BEST RV-ING TIPS I EVER GOT

A lot of memories on just one page: Double tick marks pointing west along I-40 tell me I drove that route twice with the RV. I can see I traveled 395 southerly twice, once turning west along I-40 and once heading south to I-10. Places where I camped, Shady Lane RV, Yucaipa Regional Park and Joshua Tree BLM South, are written with a Sharpie ultra fine point. I can also see that I traveled I-10 heading east one time.

I bought my first RV in 2013. Since then I’ve RVed coast to coast a couple times and have made a number of trips months in duration. In all I’ve logged tens of thousands of RVing miles, from near Canada in the North to Mexico in the South, the Pacific ocean to the Atlantic.

All of that required some serious route planning and route planning for an RV, as you probably already know, can be very different than route planning for a car. RVers, except perhpas those with the smallest of RVs, need to be concerned with things that people driving cars never have to think about: weight, length, height, width, road grades, special speed limits, where you’re allowed to drive, where you can travel with propane tanks and where you cannot, etc. [READ MORE…]

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