This week’s RV Travel Newsletter again offers a digest of timely information for people seeking knowledge about the RV lifestyle.
Including these interesting items:
– RV tires: How old is too old?
A man goes into an RV dealership, interested in a seven-year-old motorhome with 10,000 miles on the odometer. The tires on the rig have plenty of tread left on them, but on learning that they’re the original tires, he wonders about them being too old to be safe. The salesman tells the customer that worrying about the age of the tire is nothing more than buying into a myth. Should the customer walk away? Click here to read the full article written on NewRVer.com by Russ and Tina DeMaris.
– Reports from Snowbird country show early migrations for home. Yuma, Arizona, joins the list of towns with ‘early leavers.’ “Most seasons end about mid-April or so, but a lot of them are going home now by the end of March,” said one RV park owner of her patrons.
– RVers in the Puget Sound area of Washington State will have an opportunity to meet RVTravel.com publisher Chuck Woodbury on May 9 when he will be speaking at a public forum at the Edmonds Public Library (the hometown of RVtravel.com) beginning at 6:30 p.m. His topic: “A Writing Life on the Road”. Seating is limited to 150 and admission is free. A full house is expected, so arrive early.