FMC magazine’s January 2010 Motorhome Regulations chart contains the following information for all 50 U.S. States and the Canadian provinces and territories: speed limit, length, height, width, combined length, license type required, and reciprocity granted (for license).
Whom should you contact for travel information when planning a motorhome trip? To answer that question, the staff at FMC has compiled this list of tourism offices in the United States and Canada. The following information was accurate as of December 2009.
Thereâ€™s no question that Daytona Beach, Florida, is often associated with NASCAR and racing of many kinds and types. But you will discover when visiting this seaside destination that Daytona is much more than that.Â After the race fans have gone and this oceanfront playground returns to its usual, laid-back self, the other side of its personality emerges.Â
Tourism folks say that north-central New Mexico is among the most popular regions for visitors, and it’s easy to see why. The views, high in the mountain desert, have become part of Americans’ expectations of what the West is all about, where dramatic sunsets and ancient Indian pueblos have inspired artisans for centuries.Â
Membership in the Family Motor Coach Association brings with it a wealth of benefits that are of value to the motorhome traveler.Â All FMCA members should take the time to read through this guide to ensure that they are taking advantage of everything their association has to offer.
Tiffin Motorhomes Debuts Compact Type A
Tiffin Motorhomes introduced the 28-foot Allegro Breeze Type A motorhome during the Recreation Vehicle Industry Associationâ€™s National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky, this past December. The new model is 17 feet shorter than the companyâ€™s top-of-the-line ZephyrÂ but only 9.5 feet longer than a Chevrolet Suburban.
As you plan a trip route and your overnight stops, you also need to figure out what campgrounds are located in the area where you will be stopping. Sometimes we can remember the name of a campground that weâ€™ve stayed at before but little else about the facility. To help us organize our campground information…
Dear RV Doctor:
I recently purchased a 2003 motorhome. I have emptied the black water holding tank and noticed we still get a bad odor when driving. I do not notice the odor when the unit is parked. Do you have any suggestions on how to correct this problem?
Roadtrek Motorhomes Inc. has announced NHTSA recall 09V437000, which affects 2007 through 2009 model-year Roadtrek RSAD, RSAF, SSAD, and SSAF Type B motorhomes built on Sprinter chassis and manufactured between November 9, 2007, and September 30, 2009. The potential number of motorhomes involved is 520.
I am experiencing some abnormal wear on the front tires of my 2005 Fleetwood Bounder 38N. These are the original tires and have only 25,000 miles on them. I first noticed the wear approximately a year ago and had them inspected by a tire dealer. The wear is occurring primarily on the second rib in from the outside of the tire.