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ATVs Allowed on This Road

We've heard of people driving golf carts on streets but now people are driving ATVs too, at least in Lyman, Washington that is. In September of this year, the idea of allowing ATVs, or all-terrain vehicles, to be driven in town was brought by the former mayor of Lyman, Debra Heinzman. The Town Clerk Debbie Boyd [...]

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Motorcycle Industry Is In a Decline?

The motorcycle industry has seen changes in its consumers.Motorcycle industry is in a decline. Baby boomers have been the main target in the motorcycle industry for the last four decades. Now the new customers are millennials but they have yet to become an important factor in the market. The motorcycle industry is in a decline. And [...]

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Class C Motorhomes

Class C Motorhomes There are different types of motorhomes and in this post, we'll be talking about Class C motorhomes. These motorhomes have a cabin chassis. The house or camper portion of the RV extends over the cab area. The cab area is part of the original truck chassis and can house a queen or king sized [...]

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Best RV Apps to Have on Your Phone

Best RV Apps to have on the Road The following apps can be found in the App Store (iOS) and the Google Play Store (Android). Google Maps This app you’ve heard off. It’s already preloaded on Android phones and can be downloaded for free on iOS devices. This app gives you different route options with live traffic and [...]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of RVing

These RV tips can definitely be over looked by first-time RV travelers. If it's not your first out on the road with an RV, it's good to brush up on these Do's and Don'ts. Do: Have a GPS and Physical Map Although GPS signals have been improving, there are still some spotty areas. If your GPS maps [...]

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CES 2017: Bikes for Beginners

CES 2017 CES 2017, or Consumer Electronics Show, is being held from January 5 to January 8. On the opening day of CES Honda unveiled a 'riding Assist' technology for their motorcycles. This technology allows for the motorcycle to balance itself during slow speeds without the use of gyroscopes. The motorcycle has two rods sticking out [...]

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5 Tips for Safe Winter Riding

Cold weather is here and you want to ride your bike. So what do you do? Check out these 5 tips for safe winter riding so you can keep using your bike. 5 Tips For Safe Winter Riding 1. Winter Gear If you think you have to bulk up to ride, you're in for a treat. You don't [...]

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Check These RV Sites Before Heading Out

4 RV Camps to Check out From Alaska to Florida, the following RV Campsites are quite a bit different from each other. You will definitely find something whether you are a solo, couple, or family traveler. These RV camps feature a bit of everything, from nature to cityscapes. River’s Edge Resort (Fairbanks, Alaska) If you're making your [...]

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Do I Need New Tires?

There comes a time that all our tires need changing. So how do you know if you need new tires?Do I Need New Tires?There are a few things you can do. There's the penny test, manufacture's recommendation, a tread depth gauge, with the tread wear indicators, or by a professional.Penny TestThe penny test might be [...]

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General Motors Starts a Green Initiative

General Motors aims to implement a sustainable initiative to encourage other automakers to follow suit and reduce deforestation. GM is committing to buying sustainable natural rubber for the 49 million tires it buys annually. This will help small rubber farmers and protect company profits by ensuring the material's long-term availability.This new initiative will also advocate [...]

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