The Complete Idiot's Guide to RVing

The Complete Idiot s Guide to RVing Updated and revised this guide is for the than million Americans who are living the RV lifestyle and the millions of others who are thinking about taking the plunge It provides the necessary infor

  • Title: The Complete Idiot's Guide to RVing
  • Author: Brent Peterson
  • ISBN: 9781592574667
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • Updated and revised, this guide is for the than 30 million Americans who are living the RV lifestyle and the millions of others who are thinking about taking the plunge It provides the necessary information to get the most out of the RV experience, including basic facts regarding the different types of RVs, advice on buying an RV, driving tips, information on how toUpdated and revised, this guide is for the than 30 million Americans who are living the RV lifestyle and the millions of others who are thinking about taking the plunge It provides the necessary information to get the most out of the RV experience, including basic facts regarding the different types of RVs, advice on buying an RV, driving tips, information on how to choose a campground, and much .

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    • Aubrey says:

      Really really helpful. It's pretty clear that the writer of this book uses a fifth wheel which was kind of helpful since that's what we want to get.Aside from some skip-able parts (because every Complete Idiot's Guide has that since not everything pertains to everyone), there is much in here that helped me and thus took lots of notes. I'm now off to read even more, jot down some things, know more questions to ask, things to look for and better info on how to run and operate an RV. I feel even mo [...]

    • Janet says:

      This is the best, most helpful book I've read so far in my quest to educate myself about buying and living in a motorhome. It is encyclopedic, covering everything from the basic terms to getting the best deal, to getting ready to go on a trip, to dealing with emergencies, to campground etiquette -- and it has a light sense of humor, which adds some entertainment value.One of the most valuable aspects of the book for me was how it contributed to the list of features and accessories I will need to [...]

    • Samma says:

      For me, this book wasn't particularly helpful. I was looking at buying a "classic" RV, and this book assumes that you will be looking at newer (late 90's at least) models. I'm looking at an RV that is a year older than I am! So, not very helpful there.Therefore, it didn't discuss much in the ways of repair and maintenance for my vintage model. Or what I should look at for anything predating, roughly, 1998. It also, while true for me but maybe not for others, that I was looking at a motorhome sty [...]

    • Cheryl says:

      Lots of good basic infoMy husband and I are in the preliminary stages of thinking about purchasing a used travel trailer. We want to make an informed decision when we actually buy.There is a lot of good info in this book. Granted, most of it seems to be targeting motor home owners/buyers but there's still plenty of ideas and suggestions we can use.There's a lot of info crammed into this 360+ page book. Five separate parts; with 19 subsections under those. There are some pictures that are helpful [...]

    • Lin says:

      I love this book! It is extremely useful to someone looking to upgrade from tent camping. The authors cover the different types of RVs and point out the pros and cons of each. As the title suggests, this is for beginners only, which is perfect for my needs.

    • Karyn says:

      Great intro! Lots to know about the RV lifestyle.

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