Traveling in the United States changed dramatically, following the Coronavirus pandemic in America. A nation of people who always felt safe and secure traveling, never giving a second thought to their mode of transportation, are now weary about what to expect next. You can’t just stop traveling, but what are you supposed to do?
That question was answered when RV sales and RV rentals went through the roof. People who typically flew to their vacation destination, or took a cruise for vacation are now learning about what I always referred to as, the best kept travel secret in America, RVs.
Now the word is out
I always told people that I knew the best kept secret for traveling in America. A safe, cost effective, hassle-free way to see more of this beautiful country we live in. A way for you to travel at your own pace, and on your own schedule, while building lasting memories with your family and friends.
It sounds too good to be true, but wait, it gets even better. I’m not talking about roughing it in the backwoods with tents and sleeping bags, not that there’s anything wrong with that, but I’m talking about your home away from home. An RV is your living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom on wheels. Not to mention air conditioning, TV, and a hot shower when you want one.
An RV offers you the freedom to roam America’s back roads, and the flexibility to go whenever and wherever you want. Your RV is a private guesthouse for relatives when they come to visit, and it’s a weekend getaway to your favorite destination. It’s whatever you want it to be, and best of all it’s fun and it’s safe.
I think we as RV owners have known and enjoyed this secret about RVs for a long time. Travel by RV is a smart and safe way to traverse the country. There are no airplanes to deal with, no staying in hotels, and no schedules to follow. We can take our own food with us, and decide when we want to eat out. We have our own bed, so there are no concerns about hotel rooms and hotel beds. If you are an animal lover, you can travel with your pets. There are no schedules or flights to catch, no lines to stand in, and no trains, planes or automobiles.
But there is a learning curve involved with using and RV
If you don’t understand how to use the RV, your safe and fun RV trip could be ruined. That’s where RV Education 101 comes in. We educate RV owners on how to safely and properly drive, tow and use RVs. The training is online, so you can access it whenever you want, and you can learn at your own pace. We put an RV training program together specifically for RV renters and RV rental company customers.
I am quite sure any RV rental company owner would agree, rental customers need access to RV training prior to renting the RV. I understand rental customers receive a walk-through of the unit they are renting, but with all the excitement of leaving on a trip people don’t retain the information. That’s why we produced our RV Rental Video Training Program.
Renting an RV can be intimidating. Our RV rental course was designed to help educate the renter on important topics concerning the RV, and to help build your confidence, so the entire rental experience can be enjoyed.
The RV rental course can be viewed from any device including PCs, tablets, and smartphones. The RV rental training is generic, and offers training on both motorized and towable RVs.
The course covers topics like campground set-up, and driving and towing tips and techniques. You learn how to use the LP gas, water, wastewater and electrical systems, all of the RV accessories and RV safety features common to all RVs. This is a great RV training program, designed specifically for RV renters to get a proper start on their RV education.
For more information or to enroll in the course visit RV Online Training
If you are renting an RV, and the rental company does not offer this RV training course as a part of your rental experience, please let them know about it. RV rental companies can get more information on how to set this RV training program up at their facility by contacting Dawn(at)rveducation101(dot)com or by visiting www.rvonlinetraining.com and clicking on the RV Rental Orientation tab.
Mark J. Polk,
RV 101® /RV Orientation® /RV DIY®
RV Education 101®
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