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The Oklahoma RV Pro Host with Two Class C’s

1. How did you decide to buy your first RV? Why did you start renting it out? I’ve always wanted an RV.  Since I was way too young to afford one.  We finally decided to just do it!! 2. What’s your happiest memory or best trip in an RV? My happiest RV memory was definitely…

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Two Easy RV-Friendly Recipes to Make For Your Valentine

When you think about it, Valentine’s Day comes at a really cozy time. Winter’s almost over. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of the last few chilly nights before spring arrives. Why not head out on a late-winter camping trip and revel in the last few weeks of wintery wonders with your sweetie?…

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2017 Tax Write-Offs for RV Owners

Did you know that there are tax advantages and tax write-offs for RV owners? These can apply to private or rental fleet owners. But before you start clapping your hands and thinking you are good to go, there are certain requirements you need to know about before you can consider getting a tax write-off for your RV….

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Our 2017 Big Guide to RV Driver License Requirements

“Do I need a special license to drive an RV?” This is a question we are asked nearly every week here at Outdoorsy. Here’s the simple Answer: You don’t need a special license to drive most kinds of RVs. If you’re driving any vehicle under 26,000 lbs–and most of them are–you are clear to drive with a regular…

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RV Delivery for Rentals

With the college football season in full swing, it’s great time to get to a game. Of course, you can just drive to one, but even in an SUV or a crossover, it won’t leave you much room for entertaining. Consider this: the ideal way to tailgate at a college football game and party is with an RV. It’s like being able to…

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Top 6 Gritty Ways to Start a Fire in the Wild

Generally, campers and hikers have depended on lighters to get fire. The drawback of utilizing matches and lighters is that they have a tendency to get wet. Having the capacity to light a flame without matches or a lighter is a fundamental survival skill. You don`t know when you get yourself in a circumstance where…

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5 Space-Saving Hacks for Your RV kitchen

As any veteran of on-the-road living can attest, saving space is one of the most important aspects of managing life in a home on wheels. Kitchens can be tricky in this department, especially for those of us who love cooking and eating in but don’t want to sacrifice the comforts of a home kitchen. Here are some tips for…

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A Simple Trick to Improve Your RV Visibility in Storms

The Outdoorsy RV Owner Community on Facebook is filled with great ideas to help people make more money renting out their RV on Outdoorsy.It’s also a place for experienced RVers to share what they’ve learned over the miles. One such tip came up yesterday from Paul Johnson, owner of a brand new Forest River Sunseeker in…

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Top 3 Reasons Your RV Needs a CB Radio

Do you know what CB stands for? It’s Citizen’s Band service. Band meaning bandwidth (not the Rolling Stones). CB frequency was originally established to help people connect with each other within a small frequency (26.965 MHz and 27.405 MHz) by the FCC. And if you’re interested, here’s a useful guide that explains the difference between ham…

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5 Tips For Snowy Winter RVing

Summer is prime RV season, but sadly, the days of blended drinks and flip flops are far from view. Around this time of year, especially up north, many RVers winterize their RVs and lock them up. They’re not on the road again until spring or summer rolls back around. But for those seasoned northern travelers who are up to…

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