Forest River recalling certain Flagstaff, Work N’ Play trailers

(July 9, 2016) — Forest River is recalling certain model year 2016-2017 Flagstaff trailers manufactured from August 11, 2015, through October 27, 2015, and Work N’ Play trailers manufactured from October 25, 2015, through May 6, 2016. The MB Sturgis liquid propane (LP) regulator on the vehicles may allow propane gas to leak into the regulator sight glass causing it to... Read More

Jayco acquired by Thor

(July 1, 2016) — Thor Industries today announced the acquisition of Jayco for approximately $576 million in cash. This transaction represents a unique and significant opportunity to enhance the growth of Thor and advance the company’s strategic focus on growing its RV business, the release noted. In particular, Jayco brings complementary products in travel trailers, folding camping trailers, higher-end diesel... Read More

Some Forest River trailers recalled for incorrect tires

June 27, 2016 Forest River, Inc. is recalling certain model year 2016 Stealth Evo travel trailers, models CSJT280RKS and CSJT290QBS, manufactured January 7, 2016, to March 18, 2016. The affected vehicles may have had tires of the wrong load range installed which may result in premature tire failure. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal... Read More

EverGreen finally confirms shutdown

MIDDLEBURY, Indiana, June 17, 2016 — After a week of rumors, officials at EverGreen Recreational Vehicles officially announced the closing of the business.  The RV manufacturer, which touted itself as an environmentally friendly, cutting-edge firm, let workers go and closed its doors last week, former employees and Elkhart County government officials said. EverGreen officials, however, had remained quiet, not responding to... Read More

Think rubber tires will protect your RV from lightning? Think again!

When lightning is striking all around, do you think your RV, riding atop rubber tires, will protect you from being struck? Well, hate to spoil your confidence, but they won’t. The fact is, in some RVs you will be heavily protected, but in others you might as well just stand outside. Learn more from RV electricity expert Mike Sokol in... Read More