To Diesel, or Not to Diesel

To Diesel, or Not to Diesel

Hands down, a diesel is “better” if your definition is more power and more durability, but you have to weigh the cost against the benefits.

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Inside Our 2002 Thomas School Bus Conversion

Come inside our home on wheels – a 2002 Thomas school bus conversion.

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#RVlife More Than Doubled Our Grocery Bill

#RVlife More Than Doubled Our Grocery Bill

I ran the numbers and our grocery and eating out expenses have doubled since we hit the road.

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VIDEO: Fitting a Big RV into a Small Campsite

VIDEO: Fitting a Big RV into a Small Campsite

“How short does your RV need to be to fit into a national park or state park campground?” Not as short as you’d think.

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Episode 57 — Domicile State and Oklahoma City

Episode 57 — Domicile State and Oklahoma City

On this week’s RV Miles, we talk all the things you need to know when choosing a domicile (residence) state for full-time RV travel. And then we recount some of our favorite experiences in Oklahoma City, a surprising town that should really be on your radar. That, plus news, a...

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Episode 53 — Roadschooling 101

Episode 53 — Roadschooling 101

Roadschooling — or homeschooling on the road — is how we educate our three boys, and on this episode of RV Miles, we dive into how it works and the ups and downs of this lifestyle. We give you the ins and outs of curriculum-based schooling, unschooling, and everything in between,...

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9 RV Driving Tips for Beginners

9 RV Driving Tips for Beginners

Whether you’re traveling full-time or looking to be a weekend warrior camper, every RVer needs to know a few basic facts before cruising the open road. Here are 9 basic RV driving tips every first-timer (and seasoned RVer too!) should know. For a more in-depth discussion, check out Episode 47...

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Is It Safe to Run Your RV Propane Fridge While Driving?

Is It Safe to Run Your RV Propane Fridge While Driving?

One of the most common questions we get has to do with the safety of leaving your propane on to run your fridge, or even your furnace, while your RV is traveling down the road. The manufacturers are careful not to say whether it’s permissible or not, leaving RV owners confused as to the proper protocol to keep their refrigerator cool.

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12 Tips for Driving an RV Safely at Night

12 Tips for Driving an RV Safely at Night

Driving a big RV at night – especially on long-distance trips – comes with some increased risks. Follow our tips to pilot your RV safely at night.

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