These books are a wonderful aid in learning how to use an RV
There is more good information and advice in these compact books in any other other books even close to the price.
By Chuck Woodbury, editor
Dollar for dollar, these two books offer more information about how to operate a motorhome or towable RV than any other book published today. At $8.95 each, they are a bargain.
They're little books less than 60 pages each but they are packed with concise information about how to operate an RV in a safe and efficient way. The author leads the reader through the important features of a new RV step-by-step, allowing them to learn as they get acquainted at their own speed. His information will also come in handy later when problems occur, as they always do.
Author Bill Bryant is a 40-year RVing veteran, who knows his stuff. Throughout his book are hundreds of "Bill's hints."
For example, here are a few that involve liquids:
These books are not repair manuals and are not filled with boring stories. Rather, they are organized by major systems commonly found in RVs, concisely and clearly explaining 'HOW TO USE" them correctly the first time.
"Bill's Hints" follow each section and directly address DOs and DON'Ts for avoiding problems and for getting the most enjoyment from your motorhome. Almost every hint alone could save the RVer the purchase price of the book many times over. These books are a must-have for the new RV owner, but even experienced RVers will benefit from what they learn.
There are two books available, one for motorhome owners, the other for owners of travel trailers and fifth wheel trailers. These books are a wonderful supplement to the videos RV Education 101, where host Mark Polk leads viewers step-by-step through an RV, explaining each system as he shows how to use it.
Order Motorhomes Made Easy for $8.95.
Order Trailers Made Easy for $8.95