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LATEST RoTi NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT MOTORHOMES
Thor Motor Coach Showcases Brand New 2015 Motorhomes on the West CoastThor Motor Coach Showcases Brand New 2015 Motorhomes on the West Coast California RV Show at the L.A. Fairplex in Pomona, Ca. Oct. 10 to Oct. 19, 2014.See RoTi item
Triple E Recreational Vehicles Celebrates 50th AnniversaryCelebrates with Launch of 2015.5 Leisure Travel Van Anniversary Edition Unity Luxury Motorhome.See RoTi item
Roadtrek Is Number 1 In Class B Sales YTD For February 2014Roadtrek Motorhomes Inc., continued to lead the market in February 2014. See RoTi item
Thor Motor Coach Ranks #1 Motorhome Brand US & North AmericaThe retail customers have chosen, nearly 1 out of every 4 motorhomes sold in America are a Thor Motor Coach making them the #1 brand of motorhomes in the United States for 2013.See RoTi item
Winnebago, Ram RV Teases Chicagoans at Auto ShowWinnebago and Ram showed off the 2014 Winnebago Travato, Class B motorhome based on a Ram ProMaster chassis at the Chicago Auto show.See RoTi item
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Latest RoTi motorhome reviews
2015 Airstream Interstate 3500 ExtendedLuxuriously and beautifully designed with contemporary appointments.
2015 Thor Palazzo Class A Diesel Model 35.1 MotorhomeThor’s 2015 Palazzo is a Class A Diesel Pusher that’s beautifully designed with comfort and ample room and storage.
2015 Winnebago Travato 59G Touring Coach Class B MotorhomeA Class B motorhome with value and style for the adventurous explorer.
2015 Monaco Dynasty 45 Palace Class A Diesel MotorhomeMonaco has made a bold statement with its introduction of the new 2015 Dynasty. Its features are specifically designed for the wealthy RV owner who is accustomed to luxury.
2014 Thor Siesta Sprinter 24SA Class B MotorhomeIt looks and feels residential with a European flair, and should appeal to those looking to downsize without giving up on the features commonly found in Class A and Class C coaches.
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LATEST COMMENTS ABOUT MOTORHOMES
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Re: FulltimingDJSHi,, I'm 51 and looking for a travel sidekick...I own a nice class A and I'm retired from farming.. I'm new at this but really enjoy it.. I understand its an acquired lifestyle so that's why I'm here looking for a pretty easy going Lady with a good sense of humor and a love for the outdoors and life.. I'm very easygoing and pets are good as long as they don't bite me..I'm in the North at the moment but really want to head South very soon..contact me via email Thanks! djsjrski@yahoo.comSee RoTi item
Re: Travel companionsadventurous female rvr & yogiIt is Oct 25 2014 I live in 2004 26ft Monaco Trek class A RV. I am looking to drive across the country apps 10 day trip sometime early to mid Nov before snow in the Mt. passes. I am looking for a non smoker/drug free, healthy helper who has experience driving an rv and can pay for some of the trip expenses. Some gas and propane. We will be boon docking at Walmart most nights to save money. I have lived in my rig for 2 years and I have traveled across the US many times. I have also seen most of the world. My route is planned and open to some flexibility but not much. Portland-Boise-SLC-Sedona-route 40 West to Ashville, NC & then North to Stamford, CT. I have two friendly Persians so you need to luv cats and I am looking for someone with a sense of humor and fun. I would like to blot about the trip as well so a fellow writer/photographer would be great. I am 46. I will not discriminate regarding age , sex, nor race. There are two separate sleeping areas in my vehicle. wanderingyogamuse@gmail.comSee RoTi item
Re: Travel companionsA&A---> 2014 Xmas & new year From Florida do Colorado! 37/50 couple & 9 y/o daughter planning a trip from south Florida to Aspen, CO & return on our 2013 Bounder Classic class A RV + towed jeep. Leaving FL on 12/20 and planning return on 01/04/15 Looking for a couple with same age child or maximum two "adults" to share expenses. Only requirement are NON smokers. Estimates (per adult) are $650 for gas + campings costs + food Please send your details to andylexusa@gmail.comSee RoTi item
Re: FulltimingA & A Couple37/50 couple & 9 y/o daughter planning a trip from south Florida to Aspen, CO & return on our 2013 Bounder Classic class A RV + towed jeep. Leaving FL on 12/20 and planning return on 01/04/15 Looking for a couple with same age child or maximum two "adults" to share expenses. Only requirement are NON smokers. Estimates (per adult) are $650 for gas + campings costs + food Please send your details to andylexusa@gmail.comSee RoTi item
Forum inputBEN THOMASWHEN IS THERE A FREE GIVEAWAY CONTEST AT HOLIDAY RAMLBLERS FACTORY FOR A 2004 CLASS A DIESEL ! I WOULD REALY TRAVEL THE USA BEFORE I DIE ! THANK YOUSee RoTi item
Re: Travel companionshotrodtom@gmail.com61 year old male..semi retired..lookingfor a slender companion.. I live in a resort area in Idaho.. have a beautiful home on the river but am getting tired of winters.. sold my snowmobiles and had 2 knee surgeries so downhill skiing is a thing of the past for me. just purchased a 29 ft. Class A motorhome and a hobie tandem kayak. gonna load the kayak along with my motorcycle with sidecar so Torrie the perfect dog can join us.. wanna head down to arizona for about 4 months this winter.. would definetly enjoy the company of a nice clean jonest woman who doesnt need to drink everyday..Ihave never been married but would consider it if I found the perfect woman :).. so if ya wanna kayak, ride on a mc. maybe fish, go hiking sightseeing, flea markets etc. and dont mind sittn round a campfire.. drop me a line.. GOOD LUCK EVERYONE See RoTi item
Re: Jayco Eagle fifth wheelScrewed customerJust bought a new Jayco 3912 Seismic. Having owned motorhomes, travel trailers, park models, and fifth wheels for over forty years, I can say without a doubt, that this is the worst piece of junk I have ever owned. I made the mistake of assuming an 80k unit would be usable and something to be proud of. I bought the unit 3 weeks ago and it hasn't even left the dealers lot as they try to fix all the noticeable problems present. I have even spent 2 days of my own, just going through the unit and trying to fix scratched and dented woodwork and appliances, furniture that doesn't fit, wiring that isn't hooked up or stowed away, filling nail holes, filling in gaps in the woodwork where they couldn't even cut things properly, cutting down drawer handles so they don't hit appliances or other cabinets, cleaning up paint overspray on moldings and slide outs, and the list goes on and on. Between the dealer and I, I'm sure that 40-50 hours have just been spent on cosmetic and interior issues. I am very concerned as to the infrastructure and all the mechanicals that haven't been used yet. I have written and spoken to Jayco 4 times so far and the best answer I got was "Sorry". If anybody is considering a Jayco unit, stay away and buy an old used unit as it can't be any worse than a new Jayco one. They should fire all their quality control people(if they have such a thing), fire the engineers, and get rid of anyone that is supposed to help their customers. I have been in sales and service for 40 years and how a company can stay in business, and in good conscience sell such junk, is beyond my understanding. I know that once the warranty expires I will be getting rid of this unit ASAP, probably at a considerable loss. And in the meantime I will do everything in my power to steer buyers away from their products. My next step is to get the officials in charge of our state's lemon laws to get involved. My disgust with this product is overwhelming and has turned what should be an enjoyable experience into one of the worst episodes of my life!See RoTi item
Re: Travel companionsmasonClayTraveling out of Houston, Senior couple looking for another senior couple to travel in Class A32ftSee RoTi item
Re: Travel companionsMasonClaysenior couple looking for another senior couple for traveling in 32 Ft class A. See RoTi item
Re: Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf travel trailerBob from KYHi everyone, I went out of my way to purchase a 2015 Gray Wolf 28BHKS from Cheyenne Camping Center in Walcott, IA. I saved at least $4500. Although it was a 500 mile drive it was all good, had a great time traveling their and back and it helped me get used to pulling a TT (have a Class A but decided to go with a TT this time). At the dealer I spent at least 2 hours checking out the RV from the top of the roof to the undercarriage and only had a couple very minor items that they happily fixed. Then the service manager spent at least 1 ½ hours with me to explain the operation and use of every item in the RV, what to expect and explained how the RV should be serviced. Wow.. I was not expecting such great service. Now, I have read the posted reviews and would like to add my two cents. TV antenna and the boost, please remember to switch the boost switch on when using the TV. A little red light will illuminate when it is on. If the boost is not on then don’t expect to get really good reception. This is not a Forest River manufacturing issue it is a user/operator problem, read the instructions. I too have rabbit ears in the house and get 8 to 10 channels but in the RV with the boost switch “ON” I get really good reception from 25 channels. Water leaks/seeps etc. follow the manufacturers recommended service and inspection instructions and you will not have leaks/seeps. Before I signed the dotted line the service manager and I inspected the roof, windows, vents, doors for seals and sealing. Then I knew I had a well-sealed RV. Now I follow the manufacturer’s service/inspection guidance. I learned from experience with my Class A that you must inspect and repair/replace seals and sealant regularly (at least twice a year) in order to prevent leaks. This is the nature of the beast no matter what brand of RV you buy. RV’s flex a lot, from sun heating and cooling and then riding down the road at 60+ MPH (that’s like being in a really heavy storm). And we all know how smooth the RV camping site roads are…ha..ha. I failed to do this with my Class A and my kitchen vent leaked damaging the ceiling and floor… $$$$$, but that was my fault, not the manufacturer or the dealer. Someone wrote about tire ware, I agree it is a problem that requires a bit of research and maintenance. Abnormal tire ware can attributed to improper and over loading of the RV and not regularly rotating the tires. And for the axel issues, I have not ever had any although I do my best to keep the RV off the curbs while turning and for sure out of the ditch too. Those road hazards have damaging affects to both tires/wheel and axels… my car trailer is proof of that. Also I have found it to be very useful, having good side mirrors on the tow vehicle nice to see what is coming up. One advantage my Class A had was a rear TV monitor. I would turn it on when traffic was getting heavy or when I was in a construction area. Currently I am in the process of mounting a rear view mounted TV camera on my TT and placing the monitor over my rear view mirror. They are not expensive and add a bit of safety and security (what a novel touch). Keep on camping from Bob!See RoTi item
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2015 Thor Outlaw Model 38RE Class A Toy HaulerA toy hauler motorhome, with a garage, the perfect motocross companion, perhaps a mobile home-office on the road.10/23/2014 11:24:00 PM
2015 Airstream Interstate 3500 ExtendedLuxuriously and beautifully designed with contemporary appointments.10/5/2014 10:48:00 PM
2015 Thor Palazzo Class A Diesel Model 35.1 MotorhomeThor’s 2015 Palazzo is a Class A Diesel Pusher that’s beautifully designed with comfort and ample room and storage.9/28/2014 11:33:00 PM
2015 Winnebago Travato 59G Touring Coach Class B MotorhomeA Class B motorhome with value and style for the adventurous explorer.9/5/2014 1:09:00 AM
2015 TAB (T@B) Teardrop S-Floorplan Camping Trailer 2015 T@B (TAB) Teardrop is popular again! Recently covered in the homepage of the Yahoo online news, teardrops are on the increase and in demand due to the uniqueness of its customizable nature.8/29/2014 4:36:00 PM
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latest RVing news and articles
Thor Motor Coach Participates in Breast Cancer Awareness MonthRaised more than $10,000 for United Cancer Services of Elkhart County.10/16/2014 11:49:50 PM
A Good Trend Going For The RV IndustryRV show attendance is up and campgrounds are have a great year.10/13/2014 11:38:50 PM
Thor Motor Coach Showcases Brand New 2015 Motorhomes on the West CoastThor Motor Coach Showcases Brand New 2015 Motorhomes on the West Coast California RV Show at the L.A. Fairplex in Pomona, Ca. Oct. 10 to Oct. 19, 2014.10/9/2014 1:06:10 AM
RV’s + Campgrounds + Campers = More Electrical PowerRv’s are being made with more electrical amenities that place a demand on campgrounds to provide more power.10/1/2014 12:23:51 AM
Wholesale Shipments of Class C’s Were Up 18.7 Percent Year To DateShipments of Class C’s were up compared to the same time period last year, according to statistics from the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association.9/30/2014 11:52:22 PM
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