Demand more fuel-efficient rigs


I agree with editor Chuck Woodbury when he says:

“After my visit to Scotland, where I saw more recreational vehicles in one day of driving than I see here in a week, I am convinced that the future of RVing in this country is in smaller motorhomes and trailers. RVing isn’t dead by any means, but the gas-guzzler motorhome or tow vehicle has passed its prime.”

More and more RVers are pushing for Green RVing and fuel-efficient rigs. The technology is available, it’s been happening for years in other parts of the world. U.S.A. RV manufacturers seem slow in getting the message.

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Image: ‘Large’ class C coach in Scotland. Chuck Woodbury/

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