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College Students Build First Solar Powered RV

Students from Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands are embarking on a maiden voyage to the southern tip of Spain in a self-built, first-of-its-kind, solar-powered camper van. A team…
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Ember RV Expands with Plans to Amp Up Production

With a move into an expanded facility that will act as their new headquarters, Ember RV expects to increase production capability as they launch into the lightweight travel trailer market.…
Life on the Road

Millennial & Gen Z RVers: Are They Here to Stay?

Since 2020, the RV industry has witnessed record-breaking RV sales and a massive uptick in American consumers interested in the RV lifestyle, continuing today. In fact, a study found the…
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All-Electric RV Line Coming Soon from SylvanSport

SylvanSport announces development of an all-electric motorhome line, as reported by RV News. The company is collaborating with Zeus Electric Chassis Inc. on new product development. The manufacturer said new…
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Winnebago’s Roam is Designed for Accessibility

Winnebago Industries introduces the newest from their Specialty Vehicle Division, the Roam, a Class B RV designed for accessibility. Winnebago’s Specialty Vehicle Division has been building Class A accessible RVs…
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Canadians Are Ready to Camp, Reports KOA

Kampgrounds of America (KOA) found Canadians ready to return to camping as pandemic restrictions across the country ease. Two-thirds of Canadians surveyed said they want to camp immediately or very…
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Flash Floods at Zion National Park Shut Down the Park

Zion National Park was forced to close after heavy rains caused flash floods Tuesday, June 29th. Floodwaters and mud forced the closure of the south and east entrances to the…