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Learning to RV Camp
One of the best ways I have found to learn about RV camping is to chat with people who are already doing it. When we are out camping, I am always learning something from others. Forums can be a great way to tap into that community of knowledge.
When I first started learning about the RV lifestyle, I found the Trailer Life Forum to be a great source of information. Good Sam offers this forum for free. You’ll find discussions specific to Class A Motorhomes, Class C Motorhomes, Travel Trailers, Toy Haulers, Family Camping, Beginning RVing, Full Time RVing, RV Parks, Route Planning and so much more.
After you decide on a RV, you may find forums specific to your manufacturer. There are forums specific to Airstream, Forest River, Grand Design, Jayco, and others. Do a search to find the one that best fits your situation. These are a great source of information about the specific questions you may have about your RV.
A great introduction to the RV Life written by Alyssa Padgett. Alyssa tries to answer all the key questions you might have about RV living including how to pick the right type of RV for you.
This was the first book we purchased when we decided to buy a camping trailer. The Idiots guide to RVing offers tips on buying an RV, planning routes, operating and maintaining your RV.
You are ready to hit the road full time but you still want friends and family to reach you. No problem. With Our Old Number you can keep your land line phone number and have it forwarded to your cell phone. Each person in your household, up to nine, gets their calls on their mobile phone. At only $10 per month, it can be a great way to save money while keeping your phone number.
Travel Trail Sail readers can get the first month free by using the code TRAVEL. Call them at 1-800-774-0530 or find more information at Our Old Number
Get Your Gear Here
Amazon Prime can be a really helpful service for the Trail & Sail Life. Most of the things you need to stock your RV are available on Amazon. The two day free shipping is a great benefit to help ensure you get your gear quickly.
Support On The Road
At some point, you’ll likely need assistance with a flat tire or dead battery. You might even need a tow to a service center. Good Sam Roadside Assistance can be a good option to get you the help you need It covers your RV and all of your cars.