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October 2014

Keeping an RV Log Book

10/29/2014 2:35:00 PM – Good Sam Extended Service Plan

Log books are not only common, but are a requirement on ships, aircraft and commercial vehicles. While they are not a mandatory item for a recreational vehicle, there are many owners that do maintain an RV log book. When we look at how they can be used in such an application, it is amazing that more people are not doing it.

How to Winterize Your RV

10/21/2014 8:09:00 AM – Good Sam Extended Service Plan

You’ve had a great year in your RV, and now it’s almost time to store it for winter. Follow this step-by-step guide to properly winterize and prepare your RV for long or short term storage.

Top 5 Autumn RVing Destinations

10/15/2014 3:47:00 PM – Good Sam Extended Service Plan

It is Fall color season again and you do not need to arm yourself with maps of New England back roads to enjoy nature’s most spectacular show. We have put together this list of the top 5 autumn RVing destinations that will make your fall camping season the best yet. Here is a look at some of America’s roads less traveled to take in the red-and-gold-splashed Autumnal splendor.

8 Safety Accessories Every RVer Should Have

10/8/2014 8:16:00 AM – Good Sam Extended Service Plan

We all likely agree that there are several safety accessories that every RVer should have, but there might be some disagreement on what those accessories are. One RVer might consider a shotgun a must have safety accessory, while another might rate an alarm on his temperature-controlled built-in wine storage compartment a necessary safety accessory.

Tire Service and Repair

10/1/2014 10:11:00 AM – Good Sam Extended Service Plan

Tire service and repair should not be attempted by the amateur; your safety is at risk with less-than-perfect tire repairs. But the do-it-yourselfer can perform two important tasks: 1. Regular tire inspections for irregular wear patterns, defects, and inflation pressures. 2. Perform tire rotation at 10,000-mile intervals.

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