Tag: rv safety

The open road and the great outdoors are two of the best reasons for camping. One thing to keep in mind when planning your getaways is RV security. Food, clothing and other gear may make your packing list, but safety measures may not always be on your radar.  While camping and RV travel is generally a safe endeavor, being prepared can help avoid unfortunate situations.

Overloading a car is uncommon. The space in your passenger vehicle will naturally limit you from overloading your vehicle – unless you are the Beverly Hillbillies. But simply because your RV has seemingly limitless space does not mean it has limitless capacity. You want to be safe and make the most of your RV space. Let’s take a look at RV load, limits and how to avoid dangerous situations from an overloaded RV.

Some folks like to camp and others love to camp. But there’s a growing population who really love to get back to nature…way back. Camping off the beaten path can be an enjoyable and memorable way to get away from it all and get in touch with your wild side – the side that likes to be out in the wild. If that sounds like you, then boondocking (also known as dry camping) is for you.

Whether you are a seasoned boondocker or are looking to try dry camping, you’ll want to be sure you plan well for your trip. Planning is the way to stay safe! Let’s look at the best RV boondocking tips to ensure you have a fun, safe experience.