As mentioned in a previous article, not all roadway encounters involve other vehicles. We share the roadways with trains, bicycles, all kinds of pedestrians, and smaller motorized mobility devices.
Nervous about backing your motorhome into a campgound site? Watch this video for strategies to employ when backing into tricky situations.
There are no federal laws regarding seat belt usage in motor vehicles, however, “All States require, at a minimum, that all children 3 or younger, weighing less than 40 lbs., or less than 40 inches tall, be secured in child restraint systems while traveling in motor vehicles.”
Want to be a more informed RV driver? Watch this video to learn how to adjust your mirrors properly and then use them often!
RVers are traveling all over the country, occupy large vehicles, and frequently drive in unfamiliar places. All of these conditions require extra attention to drive safely. Modern technology makes driving easier and safer, but we should consider
Think making a call on a hands-free phone is safe? Think again. A 2012 study by the National Safety Council showed that even using a hands-free device is risky. When talking on the phone, the brain must switch back and forth from the conversation to the road. This decreases awareness and reaction time.