Category: Driving Safety

RV Driving Is Getting a Lot Smarter

When most of us aging folks were young, we had to learn many new skills in order to operate automobiles, boats, aircraft and other mobile equipment. Who can forget the first few times we drove a clutch-equipped car or truck? Getting the quick coordination of releasing the brake, applying power and releasing the clutch on a steep incline
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Driving in Downpours

If the predictions for this winter’s El Nino are even close to accurate, we’re in for a wet winter. If a storm catches you out on the road, here are some tips for remaining in control of your RV and proceeding as safely as possible. Slow down. Your RV will handle differently in slippery, wet conditions, and your vision will
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Vorad Collision Radar Review

Bendix VORAD (Vehicle On-Board Radar) is an option offered by many class A motorhome makers. Basically, it is a forward-viewing radar that provides following distance alerts, collision warning and stationary object alerts. This continually monitors the vehicle’s current path, warning the operator of any immediate action that may need to be taken. Additionally, The Bendix
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