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Taking to the open road with your family and your RV, it doesn’t get much better!  Traveling with your family on an RV vacation is both affordable and fun. It allows more family time as you make the trek to your destination and lets you feel at home no matter how far away you travel.

Side trips or unplanned stopovers are a cinch when you have your kitchen, bed, and more with you no matter where you go! Even if you aren’t the spontaneous type, traveling with your portable version of home makes it more relaxing and enjoyable to return to after a day of hiking, swimming, shopping or exploring.

You are grinning from ear to ear. It is almost as exciting as the day you first got your driver’s license and got to drive solo. You are about to drive away with your new RV in tow! You can’t wait to pull into the driveway at home and start planning your first camping trip! You jump behind the wheel and check your mirrors. You realize you can’t see behind you. Suddenly, the other feeling you had the day you first got your license hits you…fear. You wonder, How in the world do I maneuver this thing?

Just like the driving practice you needed before you drove a car solo for the first time; it’s a good idea to plan some practice drive time with your new RV before you hit the road. With these RV towing tips and a little practice, you and your new RV will be safer and happier on the road.

If you have ever seen a motorhome on the road, you have likely seen one that is pulling a vehicle along behind it. It’s even possible that you joked with the kids or grandkids, “Look at that small car pushing that big motorhome!” Those vehicles in tow are becoming more and more common as the population of retirees continues to rise and with it, the demand for motorhomes and RV toads.