Test drive: 2016 American Coach Eagle motorhome

  Gary Bunzer takes you for a spin in the 45-foot 2016 American Eagle 45N. In this 10-minute, he shows you the interior, exterior and the coach’s drivability. The American Eagle, made by REV Recreation Group of Decatur, Ind., is built on a Freightliner Liberty chassis and powered by a Cummins ISX15, 600-horesepower engine. Join Gary as he checks out the bays, compartments... Read More

Video: 2017 NeXus Maybach Class A gas motorhome

  NeXus RV company owners Claude Donati and Dave Middleton demonstrate their 37-foot Class A gas motorhome, built in many ways similar to their higher-end diesel coach, but costing far less. Options and features are shown and demonstrated. The one-and-a-half bath coach is built on a rail chassis with durable, high strength, low alloy steel cage construction. It has a large windshield... Read More

Video: 2017 Winnebago Paseo Class B packs in features

  The 2017 Winnebago Paseo Class B motorhome is the first in its class to be built on a Ford Transit Van chassis. It features a spacious floor plan with an expansive rear dinette that converts to a 53 x 72-inch sleeping surface, equipped for cross-coach and longitudinal sleeping. The gas engine gets about 15 miles per gallon. Inside, it features... Read More

Trailer flips over on highway: dash cam captures it

  If you own a travel trailer, watching this video might hurt. Motorists traveling behind a travel trailer watch in horror as the RV gets slammed by a gust of wind and flips on its side out of control, whipping its tow vehicle 180 degrees. The message here: If the wind is strong, pull over and wait for it to calm. And... Read More

Changing shocks in these Class C RVs a nightmare

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris If your Class C motorhome is built on a Ford E-350 chassis, you’re far from being alone. There’s just swarms of these venerable RVs out there, and they have their own peculiar praises and faults. Of the latter, you’ll find plenty of E-350 owners who begin to use language that’s not safe for... Read More

Seeing through campground reservation “smoke and mirrors”

  Dear RV Shrink: We are in Yellowstone National Park and are finding our RV is too big to camp in some of the campgrounds. We tried to make a reservation today at Madison Campground and they tell us we will only fit into a 40-foot-plus site, but there are none available. They combined our total rig length (motorhome and... Read More

Choose a Class C motorhome or Class B van conversion?

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris Here’s a question that some new-to-RVing wonder about: “I’ve never had an RV before, and I’ll be traveling alone with my dog. I’m intimidated by big vehicles, and I want fuel efficiency but comfort, too. What do you think about a Class B motorhome?” Here are a few things to think about. Depending... Read More

Two story trailer is old news, not futuristic

  By Chuck Woodbury, editorA week ago I wrote about how it wouldn’t be long until a two-story RV debuted. I mean, it had to happen. Well, I have since learned that looking into my crystal ball toward the future was wrong: I should have looked back. In 2009, a two-story trailer did, in fact, roll off the production line. It... Read More