After three years of RVing in a 2004 Class A motorhome, we’ve learned a lot about making RV campground reservations, emptying our tanks, conserving electricity and propane, and doing many of our own repairs. We’ve also learned to go with the flow without freaking out (at least not for too long!) when Plan A doesn’t work out for one reason or another.
Jeff has pulled all that learning together for you in a timely new book called “The Complete Guide to Owning and Enjoying an RV.” In Section One, you’ll find chapters that explain the functioning of the electrical, septic, and fresh-water systems; lists of essentials tools and gadgets; comfort and convenience matters; and safety concerns. Section Two covers how to enjoy RV life to the max: planning your trip, overnight camping options, driving an RV (motorhome and towed campers), hooking up to the campsite post, various clubs and organization options to meet people and save money, and even traveling with pets.
This is a clear, light-hearted book that you can read straight through—or chapter by chapter as your needs and interests arise. Whether you have an RV or are considering buying one (as many folks are in these days of Covid-19, when self-contained RVing is the safest means of travel), this book will provide you with invaluable information collected together in one comprehensive tome.
—Kathleen Hayes Wildrick, editor, wife, and traveling companion
Congratulations Jeff on the new book. We’ve looked at some teardrop campers but have yet to buy.
Best wishes for great success with the new book,