RV Daily Tips Newsletter 952

Issue 952 • August 14, 2018 This newsletter is brought to you Monday through Thursday by RVtravel.com and is funded primarily through voluntary subscription contributions from our readers. Thank you! U.S. shoppers: Shop at Amazon.com Canadian shoppers: Shop at Amazon.ca QUICK TIPS Motorhome temperature reporting If you’re using the dash air while driving to keep the cockpit area cool, that’s…

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New SW Washington RV dealership and repair facility begins construction

Construction has begun on a new 18-acre RV sales and repair facility along Interstate-5 in Woodland, Washington, reports TDN.com. B. Young RV purchased the property at 1986 Atlantic Ave. in December 2016, which had been an empty field for decades, to construct a 47,000-square-foot building with a parking lot and an inventory yard. The two-story building will have multiple service…

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2019 Chevy Silverado introduces new Advanced Trailering System

The 2019 Chevy Silverado will be available to tow your fifth-wheel trailer, but this year with a little hi-tech pizazz to make the process easier and safer, reports CNET. It’s called the Advanced Trailering System (ATS), a package that comes standard on some Silverado pickups and available as an option on others. Chevy claims that a number of new features…

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Economy around Yosemite suffers due to Ferguson Fire

Wildfires in California are causing some surrounding areas to feel their effects on tourism, including those visiting campgrounds, and the economic impact is being felt especially from the Ferguson Fire in the area surrounding Yosemite National Park. Wildfires burning in the U.S. West have scorched 5.6 million acres this year, including parts of Yosemite and other national forests. The Ferguson Fire…

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Bear incidents rising, many showing attacks on bird feeders

Bear sightings are on the rise. They have walked casually down urban streets in New York state’s Adirondacks, and of special interest to RVers that hang bird feeders in their campsite, several photos have been posted on Facebook of bears destroying bird feeders in search of food. Wilton resident Marcia Lyon snapped a picture of a black bear in broad daylight snooping…

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