|Above, The Beast at Mammoth Mountain RV Park. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Driving an RV on the open highway or in the city can be intimidating to a newbie, but after a few hours behind the wheel, it becomes much easier.
Daily Press has some tips for the first-timer that will make things easier the first few times out.
They begin with:
An RV can be the perfect way to travel, but rookies might hit some speed bumps. To prepare for life on the road, start slow and ask for help, veterans advise.
"Take a 'maiden voyage,' " says Donna Fout, owner of the Williamsburg KOA Campground. "Camp close to home as a practice run to prepare for a camping adventure, and keep a list of anything you've forgotten."To read more, go here.