Oct 31

Great RV eBooks
from the RV Bookstore
All in PDF format

All editions work on both PCs and Macs


eBook: Buying an RV the Smart Way

If you plan to buy an RV, you need to read “Buying an RV the Smart Way: How to negotiate the best price and get the right RV for you” by RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury. In a clear, concise, easy to understand way, Woodbury explains how to get the best price on a new or used RV, and equally important, how to get the right RV for your needs (and not a nightmare on wheels!) Woodbury, the host of the Better Business Bureau DVD “Buying a Recreational Vehicle,” has owned RVs for more than two decades and has served as a national spokesperson for the RV industry and the TV spokesperson for one of America’s largest RV dealers. Besides advising buyers how to narrow down their choice of “the right” RV, he explains how dealers earn their profits and what discount a buyer can expect to negotiate off the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) whether at a dealer’s showroom, an RV show or through a private party. He also tells of new “no negotiating” RV buyer services that promise up to 25 percent savings off the MSRP. Written and published in the summer of 2006. 19 printable pages.Click Here!

eBook: The ABCs of RVing
When someone new to RVing begins thinking of buying a recreational vehicle — and even after they buy one — a flood of questions come to mind, some so seemingly basic that the new RVer might wonder who to ask without being embarrassed. Most guides to RVing overlook the very basicinformation newbies seek because the authors assume they already know them. But that’s seldom true! The fact is, there is an incredible amount to learn! This ebook from the editors of “Beginners Guide to RVing” answers more than 160 questions that new RVers ask, providing RV newbies a jump start on learning what they need to know to enjoy their RV travels more!

eBook: Wal-Mart “No Overnight Parking” Stores

Most Wal-Mart stores graciously allow RVers to stay the night in their parking lots. But, increasingly, many do not. In fact, hundreds of stores throughout the United States do not allow RVers to stay overnight in their parking lots, and the list of locations is growing every week. In some cases, it’s because of a local ordinance, other times because of objections of nearby businesses or residents, or, sad to say, because of abusive behavior by some RVers who have left no choice for store managers but the ban stays.

Currently, Wal-Mart operates 1,494 discount stores, 1,386 Supercenters and 532 Sam’s Clubs. Most Wal-Marts that prohibit overnight stays post signs that say so. But not all. RVers who try to stay the night at a store where it’s not permitted may be asked politely to leave, or as often happens, be ordered to leave long after they have gone to sleep. In some cases, where a local law prohibits overnight stays, local police may knock on a door late at night with an eviction notice, or even issue a citation. Our directory, updated in 2008, lists more than 350 U.S. stores that do not permit overnight stays in an RV. Included in this book are “our common sense rules about staying the night at Wal-Mart,” which will help you understand the rules — official and unofficial — about staying the night in one of the store’s parking lots. Bring this small book along with you on your trips. It will come in very handy and save you from going out of your way to a store that will then turn you away.

eBook:I Have A Convection Oven in My RV. Now What?

You love your RV lifestyle. You love your RV. You even love your RV kitchen.

You hate your convection oven.

Why? All those recipes that have served you well over the years are not successful in the new convection oven. Don’t worry. You haven’t lost your touch. This 80-page eBook by full-time RVer Adrienne Kristine will help you convert your existing recipes to a formula that will help you create the same delicious meals you’ve prepared in the past. You’ll have dozens of new recipes to try, including some for preparing the catch from that successful fishing trip. You’ll also have some recipes for potluck dishes to share with six to 10 or more. You’ll even have two different recipes to bake that Thanksgiving turkey in much less time than a conventional oven. All recipes in this book are simple and easy with ingredients, cookware and bakeware already found in most RV kitchens. Your convection oven requires less time, less work and gives you better results. What’s not to like? Published 2007. 80 pages.Click Here!


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