Lyft


Your should have all of these items (above) in your trunk for safe summer driving - plus your cell phone and a real  spare tire! 

Car Emergency Kit

Summarizing Your RV


CI want a pit crew... I hate the procedure I currently have to go through when I have car problems. ~ Dave Barry


if you're a diligent owner, you have more than likely winterized your RV for the fall and winter months. Now that the hot weather is here it's time to hit the road for RV fun. Use these tips to summerize your RV so your travels through the heat of the summer with your motorhome won't be interrupted by a vehicle breakdown. 

Peak travel season for RV owners is summertime. But getting your RV summarized involves more than just gassing up and hitting the road. Optimum performance means thoroughly summerizing you RV and includes flushing and sanitizing before you take the family on that fun-filled summer vacation. 

Let's say you're going on summer vacation with the family and you want to buy a new minivan. A lot of factors are going to be considered before you make your decision - including ride and handling. This article road tests 15 minivans - and ranks them according to efficiency, safety, cockpit and performance. May the best mom mobile win!

This might be obvious but the first step for keeping your RV is to read your owner's manual to understand your RV's preventative maintenance schedule. Avoid trouble on the road while on your summer vacation by ensuring your routine RV service is performed when it is s'posed to be.

What ate the most important areas you should be concerned about when summerizing your RV for on-the-road fun during the hot weather months? The battery in your motorhome and the cooling system and refrigerator, of course. Here's a quick checklist to get you started. Above all else, be safe during your journey and obey the rules of the road.

- Summerizing Your SUV, Truck and Car
- A Note About Summerizing Minivans
* Preparing Your Car’s Exterior for Summer
* Summer Car Washing – Do it
* Summer Car Washing – By Hand
* Carpets Need Love Too
* Better Late Than Never
* Summerizing Your Motorcycle
- Summerizing Your RV for Hot Weather

Next:
* Driving in Winter – Part 1

No matter how well you plan, stuff can happen when you're driving your car or truck in the summer's heat. Best to have these items in your trunk just in case that emergency crops up.



 Coolant



  Oil 


  Duct Tape


  GPS 



Car Emergency Kit 



 Jack

 

Cell Phone


Sometimes our fate resembles a fruit tree in winter. Who would think that those branches would turn green again and blossom, but we hope it, we know it. ~ Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe