Happy 4th of July,
I received lots of emails about my GPS unit last month, some wanting to know the outcome, and others asking what model and brand GPS I recommend for RV owners.
I sent my GPS in for repairs, and I have not heard anything except that they received it. When I asked the person on the telephone if the model GPS I purchased is experiencing a high volume of warranty work, he avoided the question. I think finding a good reliable GPS for RVs is hit and miss. My old GPS was user friendly, and it worked really well for five or six years. I used it in the RV and in my truck. The new GPS did not make it through two RV trips. It could be, the one I purchased was faulty, or maybe that entire run of products are faulty. Like I said last month, the lesson I learned is to do more
research the next time; not only on the GPS features, but on customer reviews too. The best information you can get about a product is straight from the end-user.
On another note, don't miss this month's featured video. For years I looked for a reliable portable air compressor that was small enough to keep in the RV, and capable of inflating our RV tires. VIAIR contacted us, asking if we would like to review a portable compressor designed specifically for RVs. We did, and I was truly impressed with its
And, check out this month's feature article (and videos) highlighting 10 RV hot weather preventive maintenance checks to help prepare you and your RV for the summer heat.
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