While most RV vacationers name the spring and summer months as prime RVing season, it is becoming increasingly apparent that RVing in the winter is also a very attractive option.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
RVing is becoming an increasingly popular mode of vacationing. Approximately 9 million Americans own RVs, and the trend is spreading. While most RV vacationers name the spring and summer months as prime RVing season, it is becoming increasingly apparent that RVing in the winter is also a very attractive option.
A recent article published by Ryan’s RV Town gives several helpful tips regarding RVing during the winter. While the cold temperatures can cause operational problems, implementing the procedures discussed in the article will resolve the issues. To view the full article, click here.
Condensation problems can be solved with a dehumidifier. Freezing problems can be fixed by winterizing your RV or by installing a tank heater. Cold temperatures inside the RV can be dealt with using a forced-air furnace. RV Town confidently encourages RV owners, saying, “Don’t let the cold weather outside keep you from RVing!”
While it is possible and even comfortable to RV during the winter in cold locations, RV owners should also take advantage of destination spots that tend to stay warm and dry year round. Their “vacation resort on wheels” can take them to San Diego, Miami, Phoenix, Houston, and Los Angeles - all prime RVing destinations.
One of the most experienced RV companies in the area, Ryan’s RV Town’s staff is built entirely of professionals who have all been in the business for over ten years at least. Customers will be pleased to work with people who know their trade and do excellent work. For those looking to rent or buy RV’s, Ryan’s RV Town offers an extensive selection of vehicles and parts. Visit http://www.rvtown.com for helpful information and exceptional service.