One in ten U.S. households owned an RV--travel trailers, folding camper trailers, van conversions, and slide-in truck campers, as well as motor homes--in 1997, the highest level of ownership in the past 20 years. RVs are a new way to travel/live for most people, and deciding which type to choose, whether to rent or buy, how to handle plumbing and engines, even how to choose a campground--can be daunting. The Complete Idiot's Guide® to RVing is the perfect guide for first-timers and anyone looking to move up in equipment or to RV more ambitiously.
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BRENT PETERSON is former editor of RV View, a magazine devoted to the technical aspects of owning an RV, and is editor-at-large for Woodall's Publishing, home to seven consumer titles about RV travel. Brent is a frequent contributor to Coast to Coast and Roads to Adventure magazines, and his weekly "RV Guy" column, detailing his unique take on RVing, appears in 35 online newspaper Web sites.
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Book Description Alpha, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1st. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX002864171X
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