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Good Life RV: RV slang — Talk the talk

From the bloggers at Good Life RV.

RVers have their own private world to enjoy full of scenic views, surrounded by friends and family, or alone with nature. However they choose to make their RV lifestyle, there are certain bonds that are shared by those who can understand only because they’ve been there and lived that life. If you’re new to the game, you might not be up on the lingo, but don’t worry. We’re here to give you the lowdown in this series of posts. First up – the letters A through F.


AC totally means “air conditioning,” right? Nope. Here it stands for “alternating current,” which is a type of electricity that is the same as what you might find in a house.

The actual weight of a vehicle is just that – how much it weighs. This is taken without any extras, people, cargo or otherwise.

To read the full story by Good Life RV, click here.

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