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RV Camping : A Beginners and Advanced Practical Guide to Enjoy RV Lifestyle, Boondocking Adventures, Holiday Travel or Full Time Re
by James Heberd




Overview -
Are you tired of living in the same place?Do you want to know how you can visit the most beautiful places in the world and live the best possible life with your RV?

The world of recreational vehicles is amazing and often not very well known, but it can give you the freedom that you have always yearned for.

Every night you can fall asleep under a starry sky and every morning you can wake up in unspoiled nature.

Until a few years ago, camping, boondocking and RV living were only practiced by the experts or those with enough money who didn't need to work. But today, that's no longer the case.

I own an RV, a few years ago I had no knowledge of it but for some time I have made the RV my new way of life. Today I can consider myself a real expert in the field and I can afford to spend most of my time traveling the world with my RV.

This guide is aimed at both the beginners who want to introduce themselves to the wondrous world of RV and the experts, who will certainly find useful tips on how to improve their outdoor experience.

Here's what I'm going to talk about in a nutshell:

  • Chapter 1 addresses buying a rig, because purchasing an RV will, of course, be the most important decision you are going to make when considering living the RV life.
  • Chapter 2 brings attention to the technical side, with topics such as weights, capacities, and why they are important.
  • Chapter 3 offers a thorough discussion about the equipment you're going to need. RVs don't come right off the factory line with everything you need after all You will learn about setting up your utilities, outfitting yourself for indoor and outdoor RV living, making modifications to your rig, and learn ways to enhance security.
  • Chapter 4 talks about your voyage. It's time to hit the road in your new outdoor home away from home Here you will gain insights into the practical aspects of your trip, such a conducting pre- and post-trip inspections, hitching, securing, backing, using utilities at campgrounds, and when boondocking.
  • Chapter 5 serves up the meat and potatoes of the RV lifestyle: day-to-day RVing. In Section 1 you will read about RVing with children and pets, how to get a good night's sleep, staying warm and cool, how to pack your clothing, bathing, outdoor activities, buying, and storing groceries, cooking inside and outside the RV, the costs of the RV lifestyle, maintenance and repair, and how to deal with breakdowns. The next section will go over what to consider when you are going to live in an RV, making cash on the road, healthcare options for RVers, how to receive mail while on the road, establishing your domicile, voting, banking, the retirement lifestyle, and how to prevent loneliness and isolation.
  • Chapter 6 draws attention to the last step of setting out: planning the trip itself. Here you will learn about the different tools you can use for choosing a destination, planning your trip, and navigating along the way. The chapter is packed with information on using web-based tools, smart device apps, and other technology such as RV GPS units and trucker atlases to keep you on track and out of trouble.
Whether your goal is to live in an RV or simply have a nice, relaxing vacation with your family and friends all while experiencing a sense of freedom that you have never had before, this guide is definitely for you Don't wait even a second longer; scroll to the top of the page and BUY NOW

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Overview

Are you tired of living in the same place?Do you want to know how you can visit the most beautiful places in the world and live the best possible life with your RV?

The world of recreational vehicles is amazing and often not very well known, but it can give you the freedom that you have always yearned for.

Every night you can fall asleep under a starry sky and every morning you can wake up in unspoiled nature.

Until a few years ago, camping, boondocking and RV living were only practiced by the experts or those with enough money who didn't need to work. But today, that's no longer the case.

I own an RV, a few years ago I had no knowledge of it but for some time I have made the RV my new way of life. Today I can consider myself a real expert in the field and I can afford to spend most of my time traveling the world with my RV.

This guide is aimed at both the beginners who want to introduce themselves to the wondrous world of RV and the experts, who will certainly find useful tips on how to improve their outdoor experience.

Here's what I'm going to talk about in a nutshell:

  • Chapter 1 addresses buying a rig, because purchasing an RV will, of course, be the most important decision you are going to make when considering living the RV life.
  • Chapter 2 brings attention to the technical side, with topics such as weights, capacities, and why they are important.
  • Chapter 3 offers a thorough discussion about the equipment you're going to need. RVs don't come right off the factory line with everything you need after all You will learn about setting up your utilities, outfitting yourself for indoor and outdoor RV living, making modifications to your rig, and learn ways to enhance security.
  • Chapter 4 talks about your voyage. It's time to hit the road in your new outdoor home away from home Here you will gain insights into the practical aspects of your trip, such a conducting pre- and post-trip inspections, hitching, securing, backing, using utilities at campgrounds, and when boondocking.
  • Chapter 5 serves up the meat and potatoes of the RV lifestyle: day-to-day RVing. In Section 1 you will read about RVing with children and pets, how to get a good night's sleep, staying warm and cool, how to pack your clothing, bathing, outdoor activities, buying, and storing groceries, cooking inside and outside the RV, the costs of the RV lifestyle, maintenance and repair, and how to deal with breakdowns. The next section will go over what to consider when you are going to live in an RV, making cash on the road, healthcare options for RVers, how to receive mail while on the road, establishing your domicile, voting, banking, the retirement lifestyle, and how to prevent loneliness and isolation.
  • Chapter 6 draws attention to the last step of setting out: planning the trip itself. Here you will learn about the different tools you can use for choosing a destination, planning your trip, and navigating along the way. The chapter is packed with information on using web-based tools, smart device apps, and other technology such as RV GPS units and trucker atlases to keep you on track and out of trouble.
Whether your goal is to live in an RV or simply have a nice, relaxing vacation with your family and friends all while experiencing a sense of freedom that you have never had before, this guide is definitely for you Don't wait even a second longer; scroll to the top of the page and BUY NOW


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  • ISBN-13: 9781073862528
  • ISBN-10: 1073862526
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: June 2019
  • Page Count: 172
  • Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.37 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.39 pounds


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