From the RV Bookstore
Learn everything you need to know about choosing, using and enjoying your RV
"The RVer's Bible" is one of the best overall guides to RVing, from buying a rig to using and enjoying it.
By Chuck Woodbury
This book really does cover it all. Even though I have been an RVer for nearly two decades now, I still managed to learn a lot reading this 390 page book. However, the book's greatest value will be to brand new or relatively inexperienced RVers.
The authors are veteran RVers who know their subject matter well. And that's important, as sometimes books like this don't get specific enough to provide solid information or advice. Authors Kim and Sunny Baker managed to do just that, and in a very easy-to-read fashion.
The book covers all the basics:
Choosing, equipping and buying the right RV: a step-by-step tour of the six basic types of RVs, and how not to overpay for one. The ABCs of financing, warranties and insurance.
Precautions to take before hitting the road (just because you bought it doesn't mean you can drive it.
The mechanical side of RVing.
How to choose and live in campgrounds and overnight camping places: the best places to stay and ten classic mistakes that can cause a stay to be unpleasant for you or damaging to the RV.
The many types of RV clubs and how to find them, plus information about RV tours.
Tips on saving money to keep the rig afloat as long as possible.
The RV chef: good food in a small space.
Doing business on the road: the ultimate in a portable office.
Selling or trading your RV: how to get the most money for it.
And much more.
The RVers Bible is $22.00.
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