Driving your RV part 2: Coping with size

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Looking at the RVs owned by some new RVers, you might think they made their purchase at a scratch and dent sale. While RVers, for the most part–including new ones–don’t get in major accidents, “getting too close to something” seems to be a way of life for those getting accustomed to driving a “big”... Read More

Driving your RV part 3: Passing and being passed

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Driving a big motorhome or pulling a travel trailer, either way, you’ll quickly find out you don’t have the zip you’re accustomed to in your “4-wheeler.” Still, it is possible to pass slow traffic provided the circumstances allow. Commercial truck drivers are experienced in passing slow traffic, and they provide some of the best... Read More

RV owners sue Dometic for refrigerator defect linked to explosions and fires

April 26 update: See bottom of this article SAN FRANCISCO (April 21, 2016) — A group of RV owners filed a nationwide class-action lawsuit against Dometic Corporation, stating that the company sold defective gas absorption refrigerators with cooling systems that can spontaneously ignite in RVs and boats, putting consumers at risk of deadly fires, explosions, loss of property and loss... Read More