Any techie RVer will tell you that it can be problematic getting an internet connection on the road bouncing from town to town.
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Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) December 3, 2009
In response to the increased interest in wireless connections at hot spots and RV campgrounds throughout the nation, Pedata RV Center publishes the RVers’ WiFi Survival Guide to help RVers navigate the WiFi jungle.
Some quick tips offered by Pedata RV Center include:
1. Your equipment is just as important in Wi-Fi as the hotspot’s equipment. Shop on the Internet instead of your local electronics store and look for a long range or high powered devices.
2. Wi-Fi hotspots aren’t always operable. You had better have a backup method to connect to the Internet. Wi-Fi hotspots are meant for casual use, not business-critical use.
3. Request the best spot for wireless access at the camp ground registration desk.
“Any techie RV er will tell you that it can be problematic getting an internet connection on the road bouncing from town to town,“ says Gerard Pedata of Pedata RV Center said, “Sometimes advertised campgrounds, coffee shops, libraries, even city parks, aren’t reliable. It is not just RVers, every traveler experiences connectivity issues at one point or another.”
The very best way to know you can depend upon the advertised amenities of any RVing location is to call and ask the campground, the coffee shop, the library where you intent on going. It is always a good idea to research before you go.
For more information on Pedata RV Center, or current trends in the RV industry contact Gerard Pedata, sales(at)pedatarvcenter.com or by phone at: 1-888-545-8314 or 520-807-0900. Or visit Pedata RV Center online at http://www.pedatarvcenter.com.
Contact: Gerard Pedata
Company: Pedata RV Center
Phone: 1-888-545-8314 or 520-807-0900
Email: sales (at) pedatarvcenter.com