Where on the Web
RV Resources with Information
You Can
Use - Updated
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This column provides websites of interest to RVers.
Looking for a campground or RV resort? Try the Woodall's
Check the IRS website for more info about taxes.
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Don’t forget to use credit cards that provide fuel rebates when purchasing fuel for you personal
vehicle, RV, or boat. You can start by checking out Gas Cards at the creditcards.com website.
RVers considering becoming full timers will find the web page titled Tax Issues for Fulltimers
informative and helpful.
RVers traveling on toll roads, or using bridges or tunnels should check out the availability of E-
ZPass programs that provide discounts and savings on tolls and also get you through the toll
booth faster.  We recommend you do a Google Search on the Internet using the search fields of
“EZPass” and the state name to find information.
The U.S. Postal Service website allows you to locate post offices, find zip codes, submit changes
of address and mail holds, and lots more.
RVers with computers will find a good mapping software program such as DeLorme Street Atlas
can make trip planning easier and faster, and also can be used for GPS navigation
RVers signed up for the Woodall’s eNewsletter can check for available coupons in any
geographic area.
See the Retirement Living Information Center website for information about the 7 states that do
not tax personal income and the 2 that only tax interest and dividends.
Keeping up to date on what’s happening with the RV lifestyle is easier if you go to the Woodall’s
website at  the Woodall's website and sign up for the free monthly information-packed eNewsletter
and money-saving coupons. You can also join the Open Roads Forum for RVers, with messages
posted about all aspects of the RVing lifestyle or create your personal travel website to share
your stories and photos with friends and family.
The Go RVing website offers a free CD to help you learn about the RV lifestyle, including
selecting and RV, where to go, and lots more.
RVers looking for information extended warranty providers should check the RV USA website.
RVers looking to get an RV loan for a new RV or refinance and existing RV will find a list of
providers and contact information on the RV USA website.
RVers looking for the latest information about satellite and TV antennas should visit the Winegard
website.
Looking for fuel prices, check the Gas Price Watch website. Locations with current fuel prices will
be GREEN.
RVers can check fuel prices and do trip routing for fuel prices on the MapQuest website.  
We’re in the Hurricane season. You can check the weather and storm conditions on the Internet
at the NOAA National Weather Channel and the Weather Channel.
Here is road information in the Tampa, FL area.
RVers checking out the National Park Service website will find extensive helpful information about
historic sites, parks, memorials, monuments and much more by name location, activity or topic.
You’ll find a list of Wal-Mart stores that do not allow overnight stays by RVers at www.
freecampgrounds.com/walmart_nocamping.aspx/.
You can compare credit card offerings for interest rates, fees, card types,and banks www.
creditcards.com.
Never been to Key West? Check out the Bluewater Key RV Resort.
If you’re looking for great equipment and great buys for camping and outdoor activities, check
www.campmor.com.
A second informative site regarding credit card offers with extensive info on rates, fees, card
types, and offering institutions, along with comments from customers can be found at www.
cardoffers.com.
Check out the FTC website for an excellent overview of identity theft and how to prevent and fight
it.
Visit www.usastar.com for the Interstate Exit Information Guides for I-95, I-75, I-4, and I-5.
Heading up the I-95 corridor to New York or New England? Stop at Cherry Hill Park and spend a
few days visiting our national capitol. Check out the amenities of this RVer-friendly Five-Star RV
resort.  
You’ll find just about anything you need to provide clean and safe water for your RV at The RV
Water Filter Store.
RVers traveling through remote areas and want the maximum possible range for their mobile
phone and data needs should visit the www.smoothtalker.com website.
Don’t forget the convenience of ordering RV supplies and equipment online at Camping World
and JC Whitney websites.
Visit www.remcotowing.com for information on Remco towing products and towing tips.
You’ll find lots of information about the popular nationwide Encore RV Resorts on their website.
Go to www.nps.gov/fees_passes.htm for information about obtaining the various National Parks
passes that can save you lots of  money and allow you to experience the majesty of America.
You will find a list of RV clubs, along with other information at www.rvresources.com/links/rv_clubs.
php.
Looking for a Florida golf course? Check www.golfflorida.com.
Looking for an RV dump station, check www.rvdumpstations.com and www.sanidumps.com.
The popular RV Travel  website provided this link about the 30 states allow you to triple-tow
(car/boad behind fifth wheel/trailer behind tow vehicle)? See http://rvtravel.
com/blog/jerry/2007/10/can-you-triple-tow.html for a complete list.
The www.rvtravel.com Issue #300 contains a long list of recalled RVs which can be found at http:
//rvtravel.com/publish/news/Oct_RV_recalls.shtml listing RVs identified with of vehicle safety
defect and non-compliance notices by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
All RVers in the western half of the country should check out the Western RV News website. The
website is loaded with valuable information about the RV lifestyle.
More for West Coast RVers, check the Public Lands Information Center website at http://www.
publiclands.org/home.php?SID=  for information, including Campgrounds, Parks & Monuments,
Historical-Cultural sites, Lakes & reservoirs, Wilderness areas, Wildlife refuges & fish hatcheries,
National & historic trails, and Scenic Drives in eleven western states and Alaska.
RVers will find the RVers Online website is a non-commercial public service site for the benefit of
RVers.
Check out the Florida State Parks website for all you want to know about the best state park
system in the country.
Whether you are an RV “newbie” or an experienced RVer, you’ll find a wealth of information at
the New RVer website about RVs, the RV lifestyle, and the products and services to enhance your
RV activities.
RVers looking for high-speed WiFi hotspots across the country should visit the LinkSpot website
Check the Woodall;s website for access to campground and RV resort information,discounts, a
great E-newsletter, and more.
FMCA members can check on all scheduled FMCA rallies at http://www.fmca.com/chapters/ and
clicking on Rallies.
Considering a new or used RV? You can find an extensive overview of what’s available in all types
of RVs at http://www.campingworld.com/rvsales/index.cfm?affiliateID=2131.
Looking for 50% discounts on overnight fees at more than 1400 RV resorts and campgrounds,
check Passport America or call 800-283-7183.
Check the KOA website for an overview of excellent videos that will help you keep your RV in
good operating condition.
Looking for books about RVing and the RV lifestyle? Check the RV Bookstore.
Check the National Weather Service website for up-to-date hurricane information.
RVers looking for an extended warranty should check the Good Sam Club Continued Service Plan
and the RV USA website.
Check out KOA’s Hot Deals for equipment and campground savings.
The RV Travel website recommends that RVers who are retired or planning retirement  should
visit the retirementbookstore.com website. The website has an excellent selection of books on
retirement, financial and estate planning, suggestions to enhance your retirement plans and
activities, and places to retire.
Check the Florida Online Park Guide  for information about Florida’s great State Park system
Go to the Go RVing website for a free video, available online or by mail in DVD or CD-ROM
format. The video will introduce the world of RV travel and camping.
RVers traveling the I-95 corridor, anywhere from Florida to Maine, can find campgrounds and RV
resorts along the way at the I-95 Exit Information Guide. You’ll also find gas prices, links, and
other helpful tips and suggestions.
The National Park Service website provides an easy-to-use listing of National Parks and related
locations by alphabet, geographical region, or topics, including interests, activities, and park types.
RVers in Florida can use the Florida Division of Emergency Management  for up-to-date minute
information about hurricanes or any other disaster in Florida.
RVers looking for information about hitch products and  towing will find the Draw-Tite website very
helpful.
We recommend New RVer website for new and experienced RVers for loads of information and
suggestions on how to make your RVing activities more enjoyable.
Looking for golf courses in Florida?
RVers concerned about possible speed traps can check the Speed Trap Exchange.
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