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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
2014 Tampa RV Show Heats Up With New MotorhomesThor Motor Coach will have several new motorhomes on display at Florida’s upcoming 2014 Tampa RV Show.See RoTi item
1,300 Motorhomes converge on Indio for the 26th annual Western Motor Home Association RallyThe Riverside County Fairgrounds in Indio, California is expection over 1,300 motorhomes to converge for the 26th annual Western Motor Home Association Rally.See RoTi item
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Latest RoTi motorhome reviews
2014 Thor Motor Coach A.C.E. EVO 29.2 Gas MotorhomeThor Motorhome’s 2014 A.C.E. is compact with a streamlined profile retaining the appearance of a Class A, but borrows a bit of Class C.
2014 Fleetwood Terra SE Class A MotorhomeFrom the color of the decor to the design of the driver's seat, Fleetwood’s Terra SE has paid attention to every detail.
2014 Winnebago Trend 23B 2014 Winnebago Trend 23B Class C Motorhome offers fuel economy with a compact-sized, affordable motorhome has comfortable living space for four to six people.
2014 Leisure Travel Vans Free Spirit TEBring the whole family for the journey… and then some! With four seats up front and room for three on the rear sofa including TVs in both the front and rear, the Free Spirit TE is truly the ultimate touring coach.
Aerbus Premier Class A Motorhome By Rexhall IndustriesThe Aerbus is Rexhall’s premier entry level Class A motorhome. Their #1 seller, the Aerbus comes with a bevy of standard equipment and luxuries with over ten innovative floorplans to choose from, the Aerbus is your best choice.
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Re: Fulltimingjimellen buying a class c or pulling a trailer==if you buy aa class "c" will need a car to tow or drive your motorhome around town--trailer you leave in the rv park an drive your truck around--class "c" an tow a car you have 2 insurance 2 oil changes a lot more tires to buySee RoTi item
Re: FulltimingADVENTURE MANWANTED: "LIFE AND TRAVEL PARTNER" What i am in search of is one very special woman, who is interested in living a very happy, exciting, adventurist, easy going, peaceful, carefree lifestyle on the road in our Motorhome, living, working, traveling, doing, seeing, and experiencing what we want, when we want, and how we want to. Now that to me is my idea of living a great life right now. So if your a woman who is tired of living the same old average everyday lifestyle and you know exactly what i am talking about, then please feel free to send me a message because i would like to hear from you. Lets see if we are not only on the same page in life, but also have some things in common as well as that very important chemistry and attraction towards each other. If we do, then i believe we will definitely be off to a very good start together. I would like to live a very happy, exciting, adventurist, easy going, peaceful, carefree lifestyle and that's exactly what i am doing so if that is what you wish for in your life as well, then we should definitely talk. Now just a little about me as a man and my belief system: I am a man who definitely knows how to treat a woman like she should be treated. A man that will worship the ground his woman walks upon as well as love, honor, cherish and respect her always, like she should be. You see what i believe is that, a woman's heart is the most priceless, most precious gift a man could ever receive. The way a man treats his lady is absolutely essential to not only her happiness but to his own as well i might add. You see, i strongly feel that the woman species is God's gift to mankind, and they should be treated like the treasure they are. So if you are a woman who can distinguish between a man who flatters her verses a man who compliments her, or man who spends money on her, verses a man who invests in her, or a man who views her as property, verses a man who views her properly, or a man who lusts after her, verses a man who truly loves her, then "YOU" could be the one for me. You see, i am a man who believes he is not God's gift to women, but rather a man who understands that the woman is God's Beautiful and Precious gift to man kind. ****************** P.S. I do currently live in my Motor Home full time and travel here and there when i can. For about 6 months out of the year i work up in the Eastern Sierra Mountains managing a Campground. During the fall and winter months i am either traveling a bit, Boon-docking in the middle of no where with friends or hooked up at a year round camp ground or RV park. At the moment i am off the road at a RV park up in the Mojave/California city area taking a break. I am a 5'8" 190 lbs 49 yr old attractive man who currently lives on the west coast in the Mojave, California area. I am a open book so what ever you wish to know and learn about myself just ask. I can send you pics of myself and i of course will request yours as well. I am very serious about this ad and i am not here to waist your time or mine so if you feel that you may be interested, then i look forward to hearing from you. You can reach me at (travelwithjoenow@gmail.com) Please "Serious inquires only" NOTE: (ADD "BOONDOCKING" TO EMAIL SUBJECT LINE ) and send a minimum of 2 current pics or i will simply not respond. Spammers and scammers please don't waist your time as i am a expert in detecting your ridiculous tackticks. Thanks and Have a Blessed Day!! ************* UPDATE: As of April 2014 this spring, i will heading back up to the Eastern Sierra's to begin my second season as a Camp Ground Manager/Host and i certainly hope that i will be joined by a new life partner. So if your interest are similar to mine and you feel that we may be a great match, then by all means contact me so we can find out. Have a Wonderful and Blessed Day!!See RoTi item
Re: FulltimingsandyMy name is Sandy (male). I'm turning 60 in March and want to retire and rv full time, and I need a travelling partner/companion (female). Doing it alone is not something I want to experience. If you can get past this paragraph, we might be able to accomplish something good. I'm married, been so for 33 years, love my wife with all my heart. Sadly, she has no interest in RVing with me, and actually has encouraged me to get a full time travelling partner/companion. I want nothing more then to have her with me, but that is just not in the future. She has her own interests and life and they conflict with what I envision retirement could be for us. So here I am. I really don't want to waste any time waiting for something that will not happen. I want to travel, see the sights, golf, watch the stars. I like to go to garage sales, the odd auction to see all the stuff I can live without now, hit the casino (I collect the players cards and lapel pins). Sit around a campfire with a coffee and baileys and chat at the end of the day, or just looking up and watching the stars and satellites (and maybe the odd UFO if we are near Roswell or Area 51). Winter in the southern States, summer up in Canada at a golf course that has a campsite. I have a 33ft motorhome You should golf, be a good conversationalist, like animals (I have a small poodle), be financially secure, (we will be sharing expenses), share some of my interests, I will for sure be interested in some of yours, its only fair. Depending on where you live, we can develop a friendship first, by text, messenger, video chat, going for lunch/supper once a week/month, maybe the odd movie do a few trial camping trips summer of 2014 to see if we are comfortable with each other. Time frame is for winter 2014 or 2015. I know your out there, I've had two travelling companions before, both great women. I know this is not for everyone, but for some people it is ideal. My email address is w1a2s3l4t5d@compusmart.ab.ca. Please remove the numbers and that is the letter L after the number three. posted Feb 2, 2014 See RoTi item
Re: Camp-Inn teardrop trailerJavabriWell, checked out the Camp Inn 560 Ultra...all I can say is wow! I was blown away by the quality and craftmanship they put into the design. Every inch of space was used efficiently. I could not see any short cuts or poor workmanship at all. It seemed like they really thought about the design and took time to do it right. It was a night/day difference from the Little Guy T@G and T@B trailers I looked at. I get why these trailers command a higher price than other teardrops. Now, you could save money buy building one yourself. You could also spend less on a lesser quality trailer. However, from seeing one first hand, I can say the workmanship and design of this trailer exceeded the quality of any RV I have seen. While my sister and brother both have Class A 34+ feet motorhomes that costs well over 100K and they are very nice, the quality of the Camp Inn in terms of construction was as good if not better in many respects. While it does not have all the comforts of home as a motorhome, for a teardrop, it was outstanding. See RoTi item
Re: FulltimingADVENTURE MANWANTED: "LIFE AND TRAVEL PARTNER" What i am in search of is one very special woman, who is interested in living a very happy, exciting, adventurist, easy going, peaceful, carefree lifestyle on the road in our Motorhome, living, working, traveling, doing, seeing, and experiencing what we want, when we want, and how we want to. Now that to me is my idea of living a great life right now. So if your a woman who is tired of living the same old average everyday lifestyle and you know exactly what i am talking about, then please feel free to send me a message because i would like to hear from you. Lets see if we are not only on the same page in life, but also have some things in common as well as that very important chemistry and attraction towards each other. If we do, then i believe we will definitely be off to a very good start together. I would like to live a very happy, exciting, adventurist, easy going, peaceful, carefree lifestyle and that's exactly what i am doing so if that is what you wish for in your life as well, then we should definitely talk. Now just a little about me as a man and my belief system: I am a man who definitely knows how to treat a woman like she should be treated. A man that will worship the ground his woman walks upon as well as love, honor, cherish and respect her always, like she should be. You see what i believe is that, a woman's heart is the most priceless, most precious gift a man could ever receive. The way a man treats his lady is absolutely essential to not only her happiness but to his own as well i might add. You see, i strongly feel that the woman species is God's gift to mankind, and they should be treated like the treasure they are. So if you are a woman who can distinguish between a man who flatters her verses a man who compliments her, or man who spends money on her, verses a man who invests in her, or a man who views her as property, verses a man who views her properly, or a man who lusts after her, verses a man who truly loves her, then "YOU" could be the one for me. You see, i am a man who believes he is not God's gift to women, but rather a man who understands that the woman is God's Beautiful and Precious gift to man kind. ****************** P.S. I do currently live in my Motor Home full time and travel here and there when i can. For about 6 months out of the year i work up in the Eastern Sierra Mountains managing a Campground. During the fall and winter months i am either traveling a bit, Boon-docking in the middle of no where with friends or hooked up at a year round camp ground or RV park. At the moment i am off the road at a RV park up in the Mojave/California city area taking a break. I am a 5'8" 190 lbs 49 yr old attractive man who currently lives on the west coast in the Mojave, California area. I am a open book so what ever you wish to know and learn about myself just ask. I can send you pics of myself and i of course will request yours as well. I am very serious about this ad and i am not here to waist your time or mine so if you feel that you may be interested, then i look forward to hearing from you. You can reach me at (travelwithjoenow@gmail.com) Please "Serious inquires only" NOTE: (ADD "BOONDOCKING" TO EMAIL SUBJECT LINE ) and send a minimum of 2 current pics or i will simply not respond. Spammers and scammers please don't waist your time as i am a expert in detecting your ridiculous tackticks. Thanks and Have a Blessed Day!! ************* UPDATE: As of April 2014 this spring, i will heading back up to the Eastern Sierra's to begin my second season as a Camp Ground Manager/Host and i certainly hope that i will be joined by a new life partner. So if your interest are similar to mine and you feel that we may be a great match, then by all means contact me so we can find out. Have a Wonderful and Blessed Day!!See RoTi item
Re: RV quality concernsJim fieldsI'm having major handling issues w/2013 itasca sunstar 30t. After getting the same old line from Winnebago about nothing being wrong with their units, I decided to check around the country via the internet , and sure enough, what I found out was very disturbing. Not only was I not alone, but all the people I contacted, had the exact same story. Come to find out, the handling issue was also a problem with the winnebago vista 30t as well. Even more disturbing is winnebago's exact same response to all these people who spent there hard earn money on these terrible, terrible, RV's. Ford has become well aware of Winnebago's missuse of their F-53 190 wheel base chasis w/a 132 inch over hang. When these vehicles are loaded out w/water and fuel etc. they will not handle properly @ highway speeds - and really, really, really bad w/winds of 15mph or more. This doesn't even include a car being towed w/a car dolly. Add a car into mix, and your an accident looking for a place to happen. There is hope however, there are people out there getting together to start a class action suit against Winnebago. So, if you are having problems with these Winnebago's, you need to step up and be heard and not let big corparations ruin your dreams of a great life style on the open road. Join in the action against these people - don't let them get away with this kind of robbery. Call your senators - national safety people - and especially Ford about Winnebago's misuse of their chasis. With all of us sticking together, we will defeat these types of corporations, who neither care for our families safety or our life savings! To these people, we are nothing but a dollar sign. It's all about profits - how sad - winnebago used to have a great product, but it seems that they have chosen a different path - money before safety. So if your thinking about a new RV - Winnebago is not what you think, (BUYER BEWARE). I would tell where and how to join this class action, but, then winnebago would have to much infomation. Good Luck!See RoTi item
Re: FulltimingRobertHi, I'm a 50 year old professional living full-time in my motorhome just outside of Washington DC and work in the beautiful area that is Old Town Alexandria. I make a good income but am supporting my children out of state and decided living full-time in my RV was a good alternative to having roommates. I would love to date someone in the area that understands my position and can appreciate a man that puts his children first. DC is my last stop before I retire from the federal government, and I'd love to find a lady that is interested in the RV life style and wants to roam this amazing country. I'm fit, look younger than my age, have an amazing job, and am told by many that I'm nice looking. Love movies, books, technology, and am a bit of a country boy that still fixes things as they break. Contact me at Robert46123@hotmail.com if you'd like to know more. Picture provided without hesitation. See RoTi item
Re: RV quality concernsJim thornMy wife and I recently purchased an Itasca model 30t made by Winnebago in 2013. Buyers be where - this unit is very unstable! It sits on a 190 wheel base with 132 inches hanging off the rear. It has 3 slides with 2 on one side. The problem is that on the drivers side it has a propane tank just behind the front tire - then the first slide -then baggage bins. Behind the rear axle on the same side is holding tanks - fuel tank - rear bedroom slide full size spare w/rim and at the very back is the generator. Now on the passenger side, is one slide - then behind the rear axle is the fresh water holding tank. With a full tank of fuel and loaded forward baggage bins - with only about 150lbs of cargo loaded to the rear ( you don't dare load anymore). This vehicle will not scale out properly. Per Ford, the front axle should be at the very least 35% to 40% of the rear! Th unit leans to the drivers side and sets down in the rear. Winnebago says to add water to the fresh water tank, to make the unit set level (left to right). I explained to them, that if you do that, it makes the rear even heavier and the front end worse. Then, if you pull a car w/a tow dolly (little tiny car) say Kia, it makes the front end even lighter. We have put 800 miles on this unit. We decided to park it! This vehicle is so unsafe that it makes you wonder where the U.S. Transportation safety people are? If this were a plane or auto instead of a RV Class "A" it would never be allow on our highways. If think I'm just complaining to be complaining I'm not! I have over 30 year over the road experience. I've driven semis for 25 years and buses for 6 years (both for greyhound and city transit ). This piece of crap will stay parked ( until I can the get the government involved). I would gladly give it to the U.S. Transportation safety admin for testing! At least that might force the government to create over site laws and safety regulations - to equal those of the car industry, Think how old, the group of people are on average, that are driving these units! I'm no spring chicken, but I've seen people older then me driving these RV class A units, with a lot less experience then me! Anyway, buyer be where? See RoTi item
Re: FulltimingAdventure ManWANTED: "LIFE AND TRAVEL PARTNER" What i am in search of is one very special woman, who is interested in living a very happy, exciting, adventurist, easy going, peaceful, carefree lifestyle on the road in our Motorhome, living, working, traveling, doing, seeing, and experiencing what we want, when we want, and how we want to. Now that to me is my idea of living a great life right now. So if your a woman who is tired of living the same old average everyday lifestyle and you know exactly what i am talking about, then please feel free to send me a message because i would like to hear from you. Lets see if we are not only on the same page in life, but also have some things in common as well as that very important chemistry and attraction towards each other. If we do, then i believe we will definitely be off to a very good start together. I would like to live a very happy, exciting, adventurist, easy going, peaceful, carefree lifestyle and that's exactly what i am doing so if that is what you wish for in your life as well, then we should definitely talk. Now just a little about me as a man and my belief system: I am a man who definitely knows how to treat a woman like she should be treated. A man that will worship the ground his woman walks upon as well as love, honor, cherish and respect her always, like she should be. You see what i believe is that, a woman's heart is the most priceless, most precious gift a man could ever receive. The way a man treats his lady is absolutely essential to not only her happiness but to his own as well i might add. You see, i strongly feel that the woman species is God's gift to mankind, and they should be treated like the treasure they are. So if you are a woman who can distinguish between a man who flatters her verses a man who compliments her, or man who spends money on her, verses a man who invests in her, or a man who views her as property, verses a man who views her properly, or a man who lusts after her, verses a man who truly loves her, then "YOU" could be the one for me. You see, i am a man who believes he is not God's gift to women, but rather a man who understands that the woman is God's Beautiful and Precious gift to man kind. ****************** P.S. I do currently live in my Motor Home full time and travel here and there when i can. For about 6 months out of the year i work up in the Eastern Sierra Mountains managing a Campground. During the fall and winter months i am either traveling a bit, Boon-docking in the middle of no where with friends or hooked up at a year round camp ground or RV park. At the moment i am off the road at a RV park up in the Mojave/California city area taking a break. I am a 5'8" 190 lbs 49 yr old attractive man who currently lives on the west coast in the Mojave, California area. I am a open book so what ever you wish to know and learn about myself just ask. I can send you pics of myself and i of course will request yours as well. I am very serious about this ad and i am not here to waist your time or mine so if you feel that you may be interested, then i look forward to hearing from you. You can reach me at (travelwithjoenow@gmail.com) Please "Serious inquires only" NOTE: (ADD "BOONDOCKING" TO EMAIL SUBJECT LINE ) and send a minimum of 2 current pics or i will simply not respond. Spammers and scammers please don't waist your time as i am a expert in detecting your ridiculous tackticks. Thanks and Have a Blessed Day!! ************* UPDATE: As of April 2014 this spring, i will heading back up to the Eastern Sierra's to begin my second season as a Camp Ground Manager/Host and i certainly hope that i will be joined by a new life partner. So if your interest are similar to mine and you feel that we may be a great match, then by all means contact me so we can find out. Have a Wonderful and Blessed Day!!See RoTi item
Re: FulltimingChristineHi. I am a widow. My husband and I would leave in the Fall and head down south to a warmer climate and then return at the end of March. I have a 45' motorcoach which I have only driven on long straight stretches. I need an experienced woman to drive me down to the Palm Springs area. I am going on a cruise the middle of January so I would want to leave toward the end of January. Need to be back a week or two before April 15th. Of course then I would need to have someone drive me back home. I live in Southern Oregon. The best solution would be to stay with me in my rv. Thank you. See RoTi item
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