Simplify backing into your RV space

By Steve Savage Mobility RV Service   If you tow, I suspect you — like most of us — have suffered through the stress that comes along with backing into your space in the campground with everyone watching. The yelling matches between spouses can reach divorce-pending proportions, and discussions about the best way to communicate between the person driving and the... Read More

If you’re not willing to do two things, don’t buy an RV

By Steve Savage, Mobility RV Service How do buyers decide which RV to buy? They focus on interior design and floor plans. Manufacturers know this and go to great lengths in “staging” their various models for photographs used in advertising. Potential owners likewise pick their favorites based on what they see inside and, to a lesser extent, the outside of the... Read More

Good Sam said it — and, sad to say, it’s true

By Steve Savage, Mobility RV Service In one of our daily doses of advertising from Good Sam was the opportunity to purchase an extended service plan (ESP) for our motorhome. While we have a fifth wheel, not a motorhome, that’s not what caught my eye about the offer. The attention-grabbers were the two statements just below the opening sentence: “#1 Motorhomes... Read More

Decisions based on RV weight? Do you know what yours weighs?

By Steve Savage, Mobility RV Service I don’t understand. Given how simple it is to weigh an RV, whether driven or towed, and how little it costs, why aren’t folks weighing their RVs? On the Internet, I read frequent discussions related to weight: “Can my truck pull this?” “Can my tires carry that?” Yet it is seldom the case that the... Read More