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Old 01-07-2010, 11:21 AM   #1
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RV Driving Tip Videos Available

Lazydays RV has a new website for RVers called betterRVing.com. It's not a sales site (lazydays.com does that) and there are a lot of helpful articles there, both technical and lifestyle types. In my opinion one of the best is a set of RV Driving Tip videos, taken from the RV Driving Course taught free at Lazydays. It's great for newbies, but even us old hands will likely find a useful trick or two. I took the course there a couple years ago with my wife when she wanted to learn to drive the coach and was impressed.

I see they have recently added discussion forums as well. Guess that makes them a competitor with IRV2 now, but that doesn't mean we can't take advantage of the helpful info there.
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Thanks Gary for the info. I will have to check it out.
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In my opinion one of the best is a set of RV Driving Tip videos, taken from the RV Driving Course taught free at Lazydays. It's great for newbies, but even us old hands will likely find a useful trick or two.
Thanks so much for that. My Husband and I both went through the driving tips, and it was so informative. I will be sure to watch them again before we leave for our trip in March.
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I just went through them myself. Thanks much for posting them. It seems I've done okay on the road, and have everything set right, except for making reference marks. I will definitely be marking where the rear wheels are. Lining up to a gas pump or a dump station has been my vexation; and with no driverside door option, it really gets old in a hurry.
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