With soaring fuel prices, one class that got a great deal of attention this week at the RV Life on Wheels Conference in Lewiston, Idaho, was “Increasing Fuel Mileage by Lowering Resistance” taught by Robert Henderson of Grants Pass, Ore.
People are clammering to discover ways to squeeze more miles out of each gallon of fuel. To learn more go to his RV.NET posting: “Minimize Resistance, maximize fuel economy.”
Henderson‘s company develops and sells a line of aftermarket steering and suspension enhancement parts for the RV industry through its SuperSteer Division. The company also developed a systematic road-testing procedure to diagnose RV steering and suspension problems.
You can catch Henderson next at the Family Motor Coach Association annual convention in St. Paul, Minn., on July 14-17, 2008.
While the RV LoW in Idaho event ends today, there is still time to register for the RV LoW Conference in Harrisburg, Penn Sept. 10-14, 2008.
Photo: Robert and Barbara Henderson of Grant’s Pass, Ore. (Julianne Crane)
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