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RV Oddities, Calamities, and Curiosities​: Volume 2

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Read some of the strange and interesting recent news stories involving RVs. 🙂

The next time you get in your RV and turn the key, you can thank Henry Ford, the original nomad who carried his home on four wheels: Read More 

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In yet another example of “Be careful what you ask for,” San Diego residents are ticked off to learn their city’s new RV ordinance that bans overnight parking for “oversized” vehicles, also applies to RVs like boats, dune buggies and truck bed campers. Ever-mindful of the general public’s ability to decipher city planning jabberwocky, local officials are referring people to the California Vehicle Code for clarification. An official says “that information should be adequate.” Read More

Related: 8 Tips You’ll Want to Know to Park Politely When Asphalt Boondocking

The vintage trailer restoration craze is sweeping it’s way across the country and right into the greasy hands of scammers. A Southeast business lured customers with promises of happy glamping but never made good on his word: Read More

Take a few pairs of old blue jeans, two artists with a penchant for vintage trailers and small business sense and what do you get? A mobile jeans factory with a socially-conscious edge that’s changing the fashion landscape of Tennessee: Read More

From sno-cones to snoballs, this mobile Atlanta food truck enterprise is showcasing another cool thing you can do with a business idea and a vintage Shasta trailer. Read More

RV enthusiasts will embrace 2015 by purchasing more RVs than ever, but the biggest selling rig comes in one of the smallest packages: Read More

Who says full-time RVers have to give up their gardening hobbies? This well-traveled fern is still flourishing after a 20-year life on the open road: Read More

Yes, American and Canadian RVers in Mexico are seen as wealthy, ostentatious travelers. But is Mexico a dangerous place to go RVing? One Canadian snowbird gives the scoop: Read More

A poker saloon, red crushed velvet and rolling trays for your own “cigarettes” are just a few of the fine touches showcased in Willie Nelson’s 1980s tour bus profiled on new “Celebrity RVs” television show: Read More

Related: Willie Nelson’s Tour Bus Has An Amazing Generator Setup

With just 44-bucket loads of water, a heater, water pump and a 20-pound collapsible hot tub, RV camping in the great outdoors takes on a whole new approach to “having it all.” Read More

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