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Re: Tips for Traveling in an RV with Your Pet

DrFumblefinger ·
I found this an informative post. We had an old dog that could have used one of those doggie wheelchair devices in the past, whom we had to put down because he couldn't walk anymore. This would helped out a lot, so I'm glad to know the product is out there.
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Motorhomes: A Rising Trend That You Must Know

John Peter ·
We have all seen it in many movies, in different towns and maybe some neighbors. Motorhomes have been there blinking at us, trying to convince us they are the best option. Imagine, living in a place and at the same time living in every place. Your house goes with you; it does not matter where you are you will feel like home. RV's, recreational vehicles, were designed as the name says for recreational purposes, a trip to the mountain with the benefits and comfort of being still at home.
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RV Popularity Surges—Here's Why!

Amy Price (Guest) ·
RV's are becoming increasingly popular. Amy Price looks at some of the reasons for this trend.
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Is this the RV of the sustainable future?

PHeymont ·
  In an age where 'small' and 'less' get a lot of approval, you'd expect something like this: instead of the city bus-sized RVs we've come to expect on the road, here's a tiny tot meant to be towed behind a bicycle...or, since it sleeps two, a...
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Tips for Traveling in an RV with Your Pet

Jessica Kane (Guest) ·
Jessica Kane offers some excellent suggestions on RV travel with your four-legged family member.
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Re: RV Popularity Surges—Here's Why!

Amateuremigrant ·
I guess the experience in the UK in particular echoes this growth but for quite different reasons. We have been seeing RV purchases (and hire), rocket with the windfall maturity of pension schemes related to final salaries - no longer available in most jobs, but the govt and utilities companies have large lump sums and pretty good income for life. The lump sum buys the RV and day to day expenses can be covered by putting your empty home on Airbnb ! Even if you don't have the pension, if...
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Re: Is this the RV of the sustainable future?

DrFumblefinger ·
While this might be fun to pull on a flat prairie, it would be impossible in the mountains. Towing a 45 kg load up a steep hill would kill most cyclists. Sounds like something invented by someone who doesn't get on the road too much.
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Re: Is this the RV of the sustainable future?

Travel Rob ·
A lot great things about this RV I like. It small enough to get in off road spots a regular RV could never get. And the price seems a lot more reasonable than the Tiny Homes I've seen. I'm like DrFumblefinger though, I think the idea of a long bike trip on this would be hard. It didn't even look like an easy ride in the video. Maybe combined with an electric bike?
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Re: Is this the RV of the sustainable future?

GarryRF ·
The Bicycle hasn't caught on in the US like here in Europe and the UK. Europe is covered in bicycle tracks. Mostly disused railway routes that have stayed traffic free. Just joggers and bicycles. Like trains avoid hills - so do these tracks. Perfect for cycling.
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