Welcome to the RV Lifestyle Newsletter! - Roadtreking

Welcome to the RV Lifestyle Newsletter!

mikeatwheel

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15 comments

  1. Charles Metzker

    Hi Roadtrekkers. I have a 2006 190 Versatile van and am looking for the two foldup bed platforms for the driver and passenger sides. These are the ones used when the two front seats swivel around to face the back seats. I want to get the ones specifically made for the Roadtrek due to their unique shape. I find them quite expensive if ordered new and wondered if anyone has any other sources. My email is : metzker51@mac.com

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    • m small

      Our 2004 Versatile just has two hinged flip ups from the passenger seat lower drawers. Pretty easy to measure & make your own. Good luck!

      Reply
  2. Jurinne

    I’m planning on RVing full time in about a year, with a border collie and two cats. Right now I’m researching to find out what I need. I’m looking forward to the newsletter and I’m very excited about starting my new life.

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  3. Julie

    My husband and I are new to rv-ing. We bought a roadtrek e-trek last fall. We live in the wintry Midwest. We’d like to go some place warm in February. My question is; do you de- winterize some where below the frost line and then do the reverse on the way home? Thanks for the advice.

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  4. Hello. I’m glad to be onboard on this site and facebook. We have been searching for a class B RV for sometime now and have decided (when the time comes) to go with a Roadtrek (not sure which model, so many good choices). Anyway we enjoy traveling and will enjoy RVing as well, and connecting with people.

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  5. Sherrie Lilly

    Hi! We have had our used Class B for 2 years. Our Roadtrek has the center isle shower. The shower pan is the complete center isle up to the back of the front seats. Has anyone come up with a way to contain the shower water in a smaller footprint?

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    • m small

      We roll up a towel right past the shower trough and then use it to dry the whole area afterwards.
      I’d like to hear more suggestions!

      Reply
  6. dearborn mom

    I remember Mike when he was a newscaster here in Detroit. We are facing retirement and are interested in RV travel. This summer, we are renting a class C vehicle to make sure this is what we want to do before investing in one. About 15 years ago, we took an extensive RV trip out west with our family and loved it! We are looking forward to getting lots of ideas and tips through this site. Thanks, Mike!!

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  7. msg51

    hen I signed on it said you had a list of free overnight place to camp, but I can’t find the list. Does it exist or am i just lost.

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    • m small

      Most WalMart, Cabellas and Cracker Barrels let RVs park for overnight.
      We have gone “Boon-docking” using these sites many times and haven’t had any trouble.

      Reply

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