Destination trailers getting popular with RVers

By Rick Kessler RVbusiness.com Park model RVs and destination trailers are similar, although there are some key differences. Destination trailers are fully contained RVs but are generally larger – 8 1/2 feet wide – than other towable RVs and less aerodynamic since they’re not meant to be transported as frequently. However, they are designed to be pulled by consumers. Typically…

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HitchGrip: A clean, easy way to install your trailer hitch

  The HitchGrip HG712 Hitch Coupling Tool for RVs and trailers is a clean and easy way to safely carry and install your trailer hitch. Have HitchGrip ready to go before your next open road adventure – you’ll keep the grease off your hands and reduce the risk of straining your back. HitchGrip, an ergonomically designed tool, makes moving and attaching the…

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How much do you REALLY know about Independence Day? Take the quiz!

by Deanna Tolliver It’s not all hot dogs and fireworks! There’s a lot of history involved, so if you’re a history buff, you’ll probably ace this quiz. If you’re not, you’ll learn some new facts to amaze your friends with at the Fourth of July barbecue. (Actually, there may be hot dogs involved in the quiz…..)  Questions will automatically advance…

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Improve your vehicle’s response with Pedal Commander

What is Pedal Commander? Pedal Commander is a throttle response controller that removes response delays on your electronic accelerator pedal. Essentially, it allows your engine to respond faster so your car can accelerate faster! You paid lots of money for a serious vehicle; when you press your gas pedal, it shouldn’t feel like you are pressing a sponge. Haven’t you…

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