RV Driving School - Very positive experience!
For newbies, or even veterans, the RV Driving School is a great way to improve your skill levels while driving, and parking your rigs. It provides a good safeties edge, and reminds you of the basics.
The RV Driving School has many good locations and I've never heard a bad thing about any of them.
But if you are ever able to coordinate your schedule to be in the same part of the country as Dan Sheppard, I recommend trying to schedule a course with him.
Dan starts with basic coach safety items, such as tires, tire dates codes, normal maintenance such as fan belts, air cleaners, etc. He does this before you even start the engine. I suspect some of this is for his own safety, as he is learning about the people he is training, as he looks over the rig and how well it has been maintained.
Dan has an easy going approach, with very clear communication. He stresses safety, and also about being comfortable as a a driver.
I've been driving our RV's since 2004, and picked up several good tips. My DW drove our 1st rig, but was intimidated by our 40' DP. After two days of RV Driving school with Dan, she has a smile on her face, and feels much more confident in driving our home on wheels.
I strongly recommend this for newbies, and even veteran drivers as a refresher. If you are lucky enough to schedule Dan Sheppard, you'll be impressed with his multi decades of experience - that he gladly shares with all...
My best to all, be safe, have fun,
Roo II is our 04 Country Coach Allure 40'
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