It’s also a good idea to have your pet microchipped, which will make it easier to identify if he loses its collar.
Arrange a comfy sleeping place for him in your trailer, and consider investing in a collapsible pen or tie-outs for outside the camper.
RV groups such as Good Sam (goodsamers.com), as well as other groups such as AARP and AAA, offers plans that will send a mechanic to help you if you’re stranded and make repairs or provide a tow.
These programs work like roadside assistance programs for personal vehciles, but are especially for RVs.
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I am 57 and a Mom of grown sons but maybe not old enough to be a mother of the RV guys out there, nor do I want to be.
In addition to auto insurance, you’ll need RV insurance.
Take a few test runs in the vehicle to make sure your pet travels well.From large fifth wheels with all the comforts of a house, to smaller mini-trailers perfect for one person, all types of RVs are welcome at campgrounds and RV parks around the U. No need for expensive reservations or a set itinerary. Plenty of singles, both men and women, enjoy the RV lifestyle.So many singles have taken to the road in RVs that singles clubs abound.It’s a way to make friends, or to find a significant other who shares your love of RVing.Though regular RV insurance is a smart choice for anyone on the road, if you’re single and hauling your home across the miles, you’ll want to sign up for one of the roadside assistance packages available to RVers.Before you set out on a long trip, make sure your pet is up to date on vaccinations and medications.