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Check Out This Two Story RV! A Sunroom? An Elevator? Whaaaat?

That’s right – a two-story RV with a sunroom and an elevator. It’s real, it’s expensive, but it’s worth seeing because it’s pretty cool. Overseas RV manufacturers are jumping in with all sorts of cool new innovations. So, today we’re taking a look at the SAIC Maxus Life Home V90 Villa Edition! Is This Two …

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Is the Oka Miniature Cruise Cozy the Smallest Camper Van on Earth?

With gas prices affecting RVers’ travel plans, everyone’s thinking about the benefits of smaller RVs. We here in North America tend to think of a small rig as a Class B or even a Class B Plus RV. But, friends we’ve gotta tell you – a Class B RV is nowhere near the smallest camper …

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We Toured the Black Series Camper Facility and You Won’t Believe What Happened!

You may have heard of Black Series Campers – the RVs born in the Australian Outback with a well-earned reputation for extraordinary ruggedness and off-roading capabilities. We recently toured their final assembly facility (and lots of their campers) in City of Industry, California, and… well… you won’t believe what happened! We’ve got LOTS of intriguing …

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The Benefits of an RV Inspection Before Buying

When shopping for an RV, there are many things to look for regarding liveability and driveability. First, of course, you’ll want a floor plan that suits your needs, and you’ll want to be sure you’re comfortable driving and parking the rig. But one of the most important aspects of RV shopping is an RV inspection. …

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5 Awesomely Small Class A Motorhomes

We’ve traveled, lived, and worked in a Class A motorhome for nearly two decades now. Our first rig was a 2002 39’ Fleetwood Bounder Diesel (model 39Z if you’re really curious), and our current home is a 2005 43’ Newmar Mountain Aire. We never considered small motorhomes because we knew that we wouldn’t just be …

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How Big Is a Class A Motorhome? Everything You Need to Know About Class A RVs

If you’re buying your first RV, you may have sizable questions: How big is a Class A Motorhome? How tall is a Class A motorhome? How much does one weigh? The answers to these questions can have a big impact on how, or if, you’ll be able to store your RV and where you’ll be …

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Newmar New Aire – First Impression: Space & Quality

We love our RV, but we’ve talked about downsizing for years. So we were excited to see the Newmar New Aire, which promises to provide the quality of a larger rig in a more compact size. When asked what the “right size” RV is, our standard answer is “Buy the smallest RV you think you …

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