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Extractions: If you have to park on the side of the road for any reason, be sure to turn on the hazard flashers. Wohnmobilvermietung motorhome rentals Los Angeles motorese a louer LAX return to Rental Rates page The information provided in all Mexican pages are only suggestions and anecdotal stories. The information in the Mexican pages is a generic peace of work and is meant only as a general guide, it should not be taken as absolute fact. The information provided in this pages can change at any given day. Newspaper reports have been reporting robberies and sometimes even murders of American and Canadian tourists in Mexico. Most of the reports are true and accurate. Crime is on the increase in Mexico, as it is elsewhere in the world. Mexican citizens are outraged at the idea of having crime infect their peaceful country and much pressure is being put on state and federal law enforcement agencies to curb crime and the criminals that cause crime. Visitors can avoid just about all of the situations that encourage criminals to make them a target. Most crimes occur because visitors don't understand Mexico nor Mexican social customs. Mexican citizens are very aware of crime thwarting techniques, but most visitors never give themselves an opportunity to learn from their neighbors.
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Extractions: PROPER RV LOAD DISTRIBUTION AND WEIGHT SAFETY Loading the RV Improper weight distribution and heavy items shifting during travel can have an unfavorable effect on the handling, ride quality, and braking of your motorhome. Proper weight distribution is critical when loading the motorhome. Each manufacturer has taken into consideration the location of appliances, cabinets and additional components for proper weight distribution side to side, as well as front to back. When loading food, clothing, cooking utensils, tools and other items, be sure to distribute heavy items evenly throughout the RV. They should also be placed in such a way that they do not shift during travel. Understanding Weight Ratings Many motorhome manufacturers have joined the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association. RVIA has developed a set of standards used on a data plate included on each RV produced by participating manufacturers. In motorhomes, the RVIA data plate is located inside one of the cabinets in the kitchen, bath, or bedroom. On travel trailers and fifth wheels, the data plate is located outside near the front of the unit or, in some cases, in a cabinet door inside the RV. On pickups it is located on the doorpost. Following are weight terms and their definitions adopted by RVIA, including the terms and updates added in September 2000.
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Extractions: Return to Rental Rates Page The information provided in all "Your RV" pages are only suggestions and anecdotal stories. The information in these pages is a generic peace of work and is meant only as a general guide, it should not be taken as absolute fact . The information provided in these pages can change at any given day. Please read our RV Manual page for more information. By clicking on some of the links provided in this page you are leaving our web site. The listings given here are intended to assist in the location of organizations that provide a special service and not as an endorsement of these firms. No liability or responsibility is assumed for the services rendered by any organization that is listed. Why Boondocking One reason is economics. Those on a budget will enjoy the notion of being "rent free".
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Extractions: CHECK THOSE TIRE PRESSURES! Kim Borne contributes an outstanding and timely article that challenges all of us to ensure that we don't overlook one of the most obvious dangers of all neglected tire pressure! INSTALLING A ROADMASTER TOAD BRAKING SYSTEM: Mike Whitenton is another reader that reached the conclusion that a braking system was an essential safety feature. Here he documents his personal experience in selecting and installing the Roadmaster braking system. INSTALLING A TOAD BRAKING SYSTEM : When Jim Church read about the benefits of a towed vehicle braking system elsewhere at this site, he also decided to research the available systems and do the installation himself. In this article he documents his experience installing such a system on his own diesel pusher. While this is not a project for the casual do-it-yourself RVers, it provides a helpful overview of how the system works, and several cautions to observe. EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN : We experienced a sudden engine shut down which put us at the side of a narrow country road. We concluded we probably hadn't fully thought through all the steps which we might have taken in that situation; and when the problem was finally cured, we decided we'd share this experience along with some helpful tips for how best to proceed in this situation. SAFE DRIVING 101 : We're pleased to welcome back Bob (Ram Muessig), who offers this "must read" article on the basics of RV safety. Safety is a theme of considerable interest to many of our readers, and we're pleased to add to our extensive safety resources with this article.
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Extractions: Motorhomes weigh three to eight times more than vehicles most of us have experience driving. They tip the scales at 7 to 15 tons and require significantly different driving habits than most of us have used for most of our lives. They don't start, turn, and stop as responsively as a 3000 to 5000 pound car. Truck and Bus drivers get specialized training so that they can drive heavy vehicles safely. They must also pass commercial drivers license test periodically and get a physical every two years. Most of us don't get any training to drive the motorhome, we just get in and drive. Whether RV's should be considered as commercial vehicles and therefore require a commercial license to operate, is the subject of a different article that one of us should write. My argument to you all is to pick the lightest possible dingy and learn how to drive the combined weight safely. Check the owners manual of your motorhome for the towed weight limits, and the owners manual of the dingy for its curb weight and other towed limitations. Lets drive safely and legally out there. In another article, I will outline the merits of the available towed car braking systems.
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Extractions: The RV Safety Training package Fuel, tires, towing, RV weights, electrical systems . In the past, many motorhome owners had to attend multiple seminars or buy several books to obtain authoritative information about these subjects. Not anymore. Now these and many more RV safety-related topics are covered in one standardized source of industry-approved information. Its called the RV Safety Training program and its available at FMCA Store.com , from the Accessories page. The program, under development for two years, was produced by the RV Safety Education Foundation (RVSEF), a nonprofit safety education organization. FMCAs Education Committee is among the organizations, companies and individuals involved in creating the program. Self-paced program RV Safety Training consists of nine easy-to-read 20-page manuals and a supplementary 120-minute safety instruction video (VHS). Designed for everyone who travels in an RV, the program emphasizes safety awareness and emergency preparedness. The manuals contain text, photos and drawings to plainly illustrate safety principles. The handbooks were written to be easily understood by new RVers and be of value to experienced RVers, said John Anderson, RVSEF executive director.