RV Daily Tips Newsletter 976

Issue 976 • September 25, 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 Take notes in a rainstorm! With electricity expert and veteran RVer Mike Sokol Need to take notes out in…

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Video: Trailer-towing nightmares revealed

This heart-stopping video shows a travel trailer swaying along a busy New Jersey highway before crossing lanes of traffic and flipping over. The video is one of many that show how dangerous it can be to improperly attach a trailer or camper to a vehicle. Car expert Lauren Fix told “Inside Edition” many people just don’t know how to properly…

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Coachella Valley, CA, approach to solving homelessness has proven results

Coachella Valley’s (Calif.) approach to the RV homeless is working according to an independent analysis by the Health Assessment and Research for Communities (HARC, Inc.) in a just-released report, says The Desert Sun. Examples include: A 55-year-old man who ended up homeless amid a family dispute gets connected to social services, reconnects with his daughter and finds stable housing. A couple,…

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Solutions to homeless RV dwellers require tough decisions

In an effort to not just displace homeless RV dwellers from San Francisco streets, two city supervisors, Ahsha Safai and Vallie Brown, are looking for ways to find a more permanent solution to help bring them out of homelessness, and to alleviate the concerns of nearby neighbors, who complain the campers are dumping trash and lighting dangerous cooking fires in…

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Canadian campground eliminates first-come, first-served camping

A decision by B.C. Parks eliminates the possibility of first-come, first-served camping at the popular Golden Ears Provincial Park, that will be made 100% online reservable for the 2019 camping season, with no more drive-up bookings. Over the past year there were 350 reservable campsites at Golden Ears out of 409 in total, but soon the entire campsite will be…

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