There are a lot of individuals who make the RV life a better experience but none like BOB. You see, BOB isn’t a someone, BOB is a someTHING. BOB is actually an acronym for Bug Out Bucket and BOB should be a constant traveling companion on everybody’s RV journey.
Many people don’t realize that the various seals, joints and holes in an RV’s skin are sealed with a material that is actually considered a maintenance item. When I worked at the dealership many RVs would come to us that were only a few years old and, upon detailed inspection, it was clear that water was already getting into the walls and compromising the structure of an RV. What can you do? Here is a list of ways you can prevent water from getting into your RV and causing minor, and even major damage.
With the new American reality there have been a lot of changes to how people are going to move forward. One of those that we are all going to face is the change of the American vacation. While many people are looking at cruising and flying with a great deal of skepticism, RVing isn’t facing any of that distrust and many dealers are already reporting a rush on RVs. Furthermore, RV sharing companies like RVShare are seeing huge increases already as reported recently. This means that a lot of Americans are going to go RVing and many of those people are going for the first time. RVing offers so much to so many. You can prepare meals in your own kitchen, sleep in your own bed, relax on your own furnishings. If you don’t like the view from your front door or your neighbors don’t appeal to you, you can simply pick up and leave. Change address in short order.