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Roadtreking: Get ready for self-driving RVs

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(Dec. 16, 2016) -- An autonomous or self-driving RV may be in your future. And not that far off, either. That’s what we learn this week from Joel Adams, Director of Engineering and Innovation for the Erwin Hymer Group of North America, who talks with us about self-driving RV’s and what that will mean for the typical RVer.

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Roadtreking: Carry an extra serpentine belt

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(Dec. 15, 2016) -- My tip this week is about being prepared for emergency repairs while on the road. I share it because of an experience we had earlier this year. We were in hot and humid Florida and navigating stop and go heavy traffic around Destin, which was getting very crowded with vacationers flocking to the area’s beaches for a holiday weekend.

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Roadtreking: The addition of our Florida condo

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(Dec. 13, 2016) -- We now have the best of three worlds: The Roadtreking world, where we can go anywhere, stay anywhere and boondock far off the grid in spectacular wilderness or enjoy luxury resort-style campgrounds; Our home in Michigan which is located on a beautifully wooded lot with a trout stream in the backyard; and now our new three bedroom Gulf-front condo on Okaloosa Island on the Florida panhandle’s Emerald Coast.

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Roadtreking: Mike and Jen’s top ten traveling tips

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(Nov. 28, 2016) -- We get lots of questions from regular readers and listeners of out podcast about how we travel and where we stay while heading from pace to place in our RV. So, in no particular order, let me share our top 10 traveling tips.

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Roadtreking: A roadtrek Thanksgiving

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(Nov. 25, 2016) -- It’s Thanksgiving Week in the U.S. and the roads are full with lots of travelers heading home for the big holiday. In this Thanksgiving edition of the podcast we’re joined by a whole bunch of our friends from the Roadtreking community and RV industry who share the things they’re most thankful for this year.

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