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Class B and C Motorhomes Review: Your All-in-One Vacation on Wheels

Our Class B and C motorhomes for sale are ready for you to throw your weekender bag into and get away! You’ll find everything you need for a quick trip in these maneuverable, compact RVs. We have both used and new Class B and C motorhomes for sale in our inventory, as well as some with diesel options. Let’s take a look at the Gulf Stream BT Cruiser, for example. This Class B touring coach is perfect you to be able to “up and go” on a whim – wherever you want to go, whenever you please. This particular Class B motorhome easily sleeps 3, has a powerful V-10 engine, and everything you need for the open road within arm’s reach! Some of the exterior features include: Smooth . . . Read more

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Class B and C Motorhomes Review: Your All-in-One Vacation on Wheels

Our Class B and C motorhomes for sale are ready for you to throw your weekender bag into and get away! You’ll find everything you need for a quick trip in these maneuverable, compact RVs. We have both used and new Class B and C motorhomes for sale in our inventory, as well as some with diesel options. Let’s take a look at the Gulf Stream BT Cruiser, for example. This Class B touring coach is perfect you to be able to “up and go” on a whim – wherever you want to go, whenever you please. This particular Class B motorhome easily sleeps 3, has a powerful V-10 engine, and everything you need for the open road within arm’s reach! Some of the exterior features include: Smooth . . . Read more

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Brunswick Stew: An Easy Camp Recipe for Your Autumn Vacation

Fall is almost upon us, and there’s nothing like an autumn camping trip to enjoy those remaining days with sunny, clear afternoons and chilly nights. The last thing you want is to spend too much time on meal preparation or too much money on eating out, so having some quick, easy camp recipe meals ready to throw together is just what you need in order to make the most of that dwindling daylight. So throw on a flannel shirt, throw a few ingredients in a pot, and go take a hike. Enjoy the outdoors! When you return at the end of the day to your new or used RV from A&S RV Center, supper is ready to dish up, take the chill off, and warm you up from the inside out. Best of all, it’s . . . Read more

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Brunswick Stew: An Easy Camp Recipe for Your Autumn Vacation

Fall is almost upon us, and there’s nothing like an autumn camping trip to enjoy those remaining days with sunny, clear afternoons and chilly nights. The last thing you want is to spend too much time on meal preparation or too much money on eating out, so having some quick, easy camp recipe meals ready to throw together is just what you need in order to make the most of that dwindling daylight. So throw on a flannel shirt, throw a few ingredients in a pot, and go take a hike. Enjoy the outdoors! When you return at the end of the day to your new or used RV from A&S RV Center, supper is ready to dish up, take the chill off, and warm you up from the inside out. Best of all, it’s . . . Read more

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How to Prepare for Your First RV Trip

  Tips for your First RV Trip Planning to take your first RV trip soon? Like doing anything for the first time, it can be stressful making sure you are prepared to hit the road. Luckily for you, their are many people and organizations in your corner to help you on your first RV journey. Here are some tips that will help you be prepared to make your first RV trip a successful one. 1. Make a Checklist There is nothing worse than being on the road and slamming on your brakes while shouting, “WE FORGOT SOMETHING!” Make a Checklist To avoid this, make sure you are prepared with a checklist of things you will need for your first trip. Being your first trip, the tendency is to over-pack, . . . Read more

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How to Prepare for Your First RV Trip

  Tips for your First RV Trip Planning to take your first RV trip soon? Like doing anything for the first time, it can be stressful making sure you are prepared to hit the road. Luckily for you, their are many people and organizations in your corner to help you on your first RV journey. Here are some tips that will help you be prepared to make your first RV trip a successful one. 1. Make a Checklist There is nothing worse than being on the road and slamming on your brakes while shouting, “WE FORGOT SOMETHING!” Make a Checklist To avoid this, make sure you are prepared with a checklist of things you will need for your first trip. Being your first trip, the tendency is to over-pack, . . . Read more

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Summer RV Tips

  A & S RV Service Center’s RV Summer Tips, Tricks, and Reminders Tip #1: Prepare the Inside of Your RV for Summer Air out any odors that have accumulated in your RV over the winter by opening all the windows and vents. Flush out all the water lines with an RV tank cleaner product for best results. Test electric and gas appliances and make sure they work properly.  Contact a technician  if there are an issues or you smell gas. Tip #2:  Use Charcoal to get Rid of Odors That’s right this handy trick has been tested and is a good bet to rid your RV of the odor it may have accumulated over the winter odor.  Make sure to use charcoal without liter fluid . . . Read more

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Do you have the right RV insurance?

  Many people place their trailers, fifth wheels, or truck campers on their auto policies to save money in the short-run, but in the event of claim, this could result in thousands of dollars out-of-pocket due to insufficient coverage.  RVs have different insurance needs than regular automobiles. Specialty RV insurance is designed for RV-ers and includes coverages not typically available in a standard auto policy including: Damage to awnings Damage to satellite dishes 24-hour towing and roadside assistance Replacement of personal items (clothing, cameras, tools, electronics, etc.) Emergency vacation expenses (pay for temporary lodging, auto rental, travel expenses if you are involved . . . Read more

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