It’s almost our favorite time of year, the time when we can pull out the RVs and prepare for a season of road trips, camping out, and s’mores making. Speaking of s’mores, one of the things you need to do to prepare for your next adventure is to make sure your RV kitchen is stocked and ready to go. What will you need to get to prepare? Here is our list of suggestions.
Spring is officially here! And for RV enthusiasts like us at Patriot RV, that means more road trips and camping adventures in the great outdoors. But before you hit the highways and go off the beaten path, you will want to make sure your RV is safe to operate and in tip-top shape. Winter can do a number on your vehicle, especially if it has been staying idle in storage during freezing temperatures. That is why it is so crucial to de-winterize your RV. Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, we got you covered with these tips:
One of the largest complaints among RV owners is that there is never enough space to store everything. Whether you have a small pop-up or the largest motorhome, you may feel a distinct lack of space. Never fear–we have some storage tips for you and your RV.
Being locally owned and operated since 2001, Patriot RV of Ashland has been providing top-quality recreational vehicles to the residents of Kentucky and surrounding areas for more than 35 years. We are among the major RV dealerships in the state of Kentucky and offer many well-known brands, including Aria Kentucky, Holiday Rambler, Thor, Cruiser, and many more. Below are some tips on learning about when these and other manufacturers announce and release their new RV models each year.
If you are new to RVing, you may not know much about trailers. In fact, knowledge about trailers is where you need to start. Here is all of the information you need to know about trailers as you’re beginning your RV search.
Are you dying to get out on the open road? We don’t blame you. The sheer number of people who have been quarantining for months would seem to mean that a lot of people are ready to take a break. If you have been dying to get out, we are willing to bet your next trip won’t take place on a plane. Here are some reasons why road trips may be the wave of the future.
January is a great time to get your RV cleaned and organized in preparation for all of the travelings you’ll be doing in the spring, summer, and fall. Many people who regularly travel have a ton of work to do to prepare for the next journey ahead. If you are unsure where to start, here are some tips for cleaning, organizing, and decluttering.
If you’re used to driving a regular sedan, truck, or SUV, slow down your driving speed when you’re behind the wheel of an RV. Smaller vehicles can operate at higher speeds safely, but a vehicle as large as an RV needs to drive slower. The bigger an RV, the slower you should drive to avoid any hazards.
If you bought yourself a new RV for the holiday season, or you are thinking already about next year’s adventures, you’ll want to make sure your RV is perfectly stored for the winter season. No one wants to start off 2021 with a damaged RV. Here are some tips for preparing to store your RV during the cold winter months.
No one wants to get Covid-19, and no one wants to give it to their family. If you are worried about spreading Covid-19 to your friends and family, there is a solution–why not get an RV for traveling over the holidays? Here are some great reasons why you might need an RV to travel this holiday season.