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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Take To The Roads

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."
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