Dustin Schroeder

RVRC LIVE! RV Experts Share Their Top Tips!

Dustin Schroeder
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Join us as we pull together experts in the RV industry for our RVRC LIVE Expert Panel!

Our moderator will be joined by Dustin Schroeder of Fulltime Families, Erin and Travis of Our Lively Tribe, and Joel Holland of Harvest Hosts.

They will get a chance to share their brands with you all, share stories with each other, and answer your questions while LIVE! Join us on Friday, May 29th at Noon C.T. to meet them!

Panel Series Schedule:
Friday, May 29th at 12:00pm C.T. – Meet our Expert Panel!
Friday, June 5th at 12:00pm C.T. – Buying an RV like an Expert
Friday, June 12th at 12:00pm C.T. – Keeping You and Your Kids Busy while Full-time RVing
Friday, June 19th at 12:00pm C.T. – Making Your RV a Home and a Business

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3 Responses to “RVRC LIVE! RV Experts Share Their Top Tips!”

  1. Ryan M

    Hello and thank you for sharing your experience with the rest of us. I am a new and first time RV owner. I’m only into this about 8 weeks and bought a brand new one thinking it would be in great condition for at least a few years. I am realizing that things need repaired already and I’m not feeling very well equipped to deal with them on my own. I also understand that paying someone to fix it is rather expensive. What advice might you have for me and where should I start?

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      Unfortunately this is very common for new campers. They are built very fast and when they travel there are going through essentially compared to an earthquake. May things break and come loose once they get on the road. This is why most come with a warranty to cover these issues as it is being used and broken in. If you are able to get repairs down under warranty it is best since it is free, just have to pay for time and travel to a service center who honors the warranty. Even once things get fixed they can break again or different things arise further down the road. It is best to carry a tool box while traveling just in case something happens. If you don’t know how to fix something, that’s what we are here for! We have many videos showing troubleshooting tips and repairs and I am also here to answer questions on things we might not have videos for just yet. We do have videos with tips on what to take and good tools to have as well. We can help you get familiarized with your RV and how to fix certain things. Like I said before, when these travel down the road you are creating an earthquake inside and things can come loose, fall off, wires come disconnected etc. There is a lot of maintenance and upkeep on RV’s as well like checking sealant often, checking the roof, tire wear and air pressure, battery water levels etc. Again, we offer great information on all of these and if you have any issues on how to fix something feel free to just ask!


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