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No sales taxes (Up to a 20% savings)
48 years in rental business (Oldest in the NW)
8 freeway miles from airport (Near Clackaas Town Center)
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Before your RV road trip. Experience, of course, is the best teacher. But there are some things you should know before you hit the road. Wondering about the differences between driving a car and driving or towing an RV? You’ll find the answers right here. You’ll also find a travel checklist to help you pack the “right stuff” along with tips on how to be an eco-friendly RVer, how to locate safe campsites, and how to keep your RV in tip-top shape.
Okay, you’ve chosen your destination, packed your gear, and you’re ready to roll. But wait! Before you leave for that camping adventure, carefully read and follow these safety tips.
Like everyone, RVers have a responsibility to protect the environment. Do your part to help preserve the great outdoors for future generations by following these conservation tips:
If you’re an experienced car driver, you already have the skills necessary to drive a motorized RV. The automatic transmission, power brakes and steering you’re accustomed to are standard features on most RVs.
With proper attention to the differences – the vehicle size, height and weight – you’ll find it fun and easy to take the wheel of a motorhome.
Whether you drive a motorized RV or tow an RV, you should always:
Drivers towing a folding camping trailer or travel trailer also should:
You do not need a special license to drive or tow the vast majority of RVs.
Keep your RV stocked and you’ll be ready to go anytime, anywhere. But before you leave home, be sure to balance your load – and don’t over pack. (Consult the weight label on your RV for more information.) Here’s a list of some stock items to keep on board your RV trip.