Is Your RV Bug Out Worthy?

What is a bug out vehicle (BOV)? What does “bug out” mean? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, bug out is slang for “to depart especially in a hurry.” A bug out vehicle can quickly evacuate you and your family or from a natural or man made disaster, as well as…

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11 RV Boondocking Tips & Tricks for Newbies

Nearly all RVs are designed to be self-contained for camping, but new and off the lot, most RVs are not going to last more than a few days without hookups. Fortunately, there are many ways to help you boondock more efficiently. Below are some very useful boondocking tips and tricks.…

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Is Boondocking Safe?

Think about it… most crime happens in the cities, not out in the wilderness. The chances of criminals, gang bangers, sexual predators and drug addicts driving all the way out to the middle of nowhere, looking for boondockers to rob, rape and murder are miniscule. The stuff criminals and gangs…

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Places to Find Fresh Water on the Road

If you have been dry camping for days, or even weeks, one of the first things you’ll need to do is fill up on fresh water. Here are a few tips on where to find it, other than a paid campground. Dump Stations This may be the first place to…

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5 Things to Look for in a Boondocking RV

While some types of RVs are more dry camping friendly than others, there are some features that need to be considered when RV shopping, if your goal is to boondock. While a 4×4 truck camper has a higher clearance and better off road ability, a Class A will have larger…

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4 Places to Avoid in Your RV

RVing can either be care free living, or total disaster. Without paying attention to road and weather conditions, your next move could end in tragedy. Driving on a Narrow Road with No Turnaround One of the scariest places for an RV to is at the end of a long, narrow…

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