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Old 06-11-2015, 08:56 AM   #1
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Must have RV books?

Hi everyone,

I just bought the "No Shock Zone, RV Electrical Safety" book after someone on here suggested it.

Are there any other books that as an RVer one should have?

Thanks very much.
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A good road atlas? Woodalls Campground Directory? A book on common sense?
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Following this thread, good question!
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Old 06-11-2015, 11:12 AM   #4
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^^^^Yes, this !

And no other, as they are outdated not long after purchase

How about a tablet with a good 4g connection that you can look online at whatever you want
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Flinn nailed it! Get the atlas with large print if you are over 50. Some of this other expert stuff is comes from those who are trying to make money off their hobby when they really lack real experience in RVing.
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We travel with a Wal Mart Atlas, the Next Exit Guide and the Mountain Directory. I'm sure these all have "apps" but I don't like to try to read on the tiny smart phone screen. I can look ahead on my next exit guide to see where the best fuel station is. I use the Passport America website, FreeCampgrounds.com and casinocamper.com
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Thanks for the responses so far.

I do have an iPad but I enjoy reading a physical book over reading on the iPad. I do a LOT of research on it though.
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