RVSEF announces RV education conference

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February 11, 2011

By Bob Difley

The RV Safety and Education Foundation (RVSEF) is again sponsoring its RV Lifestyle, Education & Safety Conference May 6 -8, 2011 at the Carroll Knicely Conference Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

The conference, designed for first timers to fulltimers, will be a positive, networking opportunity with industry experts in classroom, roundtable, and one-one-one settings. Participants can choose from a variety of seminars including safety courses, lifestyle courses, and technical courses.

The RV Doctor, Gary Bunzer (photo), is returning as one of the core instructors and a RV driver training program has been added. This behind–the–wheel program includes classroom, hands-on backing, and road driving skills in your RV. Instruction is tailored to your needs from newbie to experienced RV operators, and includes motorized as well as towable RV’s.

Space in this program and the ‘RV Lifestyle, Education & Safety Conference’ is limited and on a first come first serve basis. Register now 321-453-7673 or for more information visit RVSEF @ www.rvsafety.com. Registration Fee: $225.00 per participant and limited dry-camping is available.

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  8. Jack Schmotzer

    My wife and I attended the 2010 conference. So many excellent sessions were available that even with two of us it was difficult to hit all the sessions we were interested in. I would definitely recommend the conference – before they buy – to anyone contemplating buying an RV, as well as any newcomers with little or no experience. Indeed, even experienced RVers would probably learn a lot.

    The cost is quite reasonable, there are several very nice inexpensive motels in the area for those without RVs, and the instructors were a lot of fun to talk with on the side.

  9. Mikey

    Wow…long overdue. Amazing how the law requires hours and hours of training for drivers to receive their CDL license, but any person…retiree or otherwise…can buy a monster Class A with no previous experience than driving a 4 door sedan, SUV, or pickup. It would be nice if RV sellers were required by law to see a Recreational Driver License…RDL…for any RV in the Class A category. I would bet you AARP would probably have a green apple fit to prevent such a law. I hope the class is a sellout and many more are scheduled.

  10. Norm. Ross

    Sounds real good. Do you plan on doing this in different areas and at other times. Can’t attend this one but would like to attend a future one. Norm R

  11. Pat

    As always, good stuff via Bob D!

    Sounds really good…wish we could have attended…maybe next time!

    Will there be vids or aother materials available?