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Our last video was a stark reminder of the critical importance of knowing your RV’s height, and how to avoid turning it into a convertible under a low overpass. It received more thumbs up in its first week than any video we’ve ever done, and generated a ton of comments from fellow RVers (and even a few truckers) who added excellent input.

With all the interest in this particular accident-avoidance topic, we’re going to continue the conversation!

RVgeeks YouTube Live Chat
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
8 PM Eastern / 5 PM Pacific
on The RVgeeks YouTube Channel

We’ll respond directly to some of the great comments that many of you left on the video, and also field additional questions and comments live on the air. We won’t have a comment moderator, but we’ll do our best to answer as many questions as we can. We also welcome your input, suggestions and feedback about measuring the height of an RV and avoiding low clearance situations.

To join us live, you can either come to our YouTube channel just before the start time and click on the live feed, or use this link to go directly to it:

UPDATE: Now that the live video is over, we’ve embedded the archived version above. Just scroll back up the page and click the play button on the video at the top of the screen. Sit back, relax and enjoy… it’s a long one (over an hour!)!

If you haven’t already seen the video, you can watch it right here beforehand so you’ll be… ahem… up to speed… on everything we’re talking about. ;-)

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So set a reminder for this coming Wednesday evening, when we hope you can join us live. If not, you’ll still be able to enjoy the conversation archived on our channel for future viewing.

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Thanks to for graciously providing permission for us to use their footage. Copyright Jürgen Henn – Check out their YouTube channel here.

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