- Created: Friday, 11 December 2009 19:00
The conference is a unique education opportunity for current and potential RV owners to learn about all aspects of RVing. Classes will include lifestyle courses, safety courses and technical courses.
There is also a plan to hold a mini maintenance course RVers who want to become more comfortable with the operations of their RV and learn hands-on maintenance. Hands-on driving will also be available.
The conference will allow consumers to learn about the RV lifestyle; to learn how to select the right RV; to understand operation and maintenance of different RV components; and to provide an opportunity to complete the RVSEF Driver Safety Program and receive a certificate of completion for a possible insurance discount.
In addition, participants can develop camaraderie with fellow RVers all in a college-like atmosphere.
In a news release, RVSEF said it is honoring the late Gaylord Maxwell, founder of the Life on Wheels program, by continuing the excellent program he started.
“RVSEF supported Life on Wheels and it is our belief that this type of program is needed and wanted by RV consumers, said Walter C. Cannon, RVSEF executive director. “Therefore, we are committed to putting together our RV Lifestyle, Education & Safety Conference similar to that of Life on Wheels. We hope everyone agrees and that many will participate.”
Those who register for the conference before March 1, 2010, will receive a 10 percent discount. Space is limited.
To reserve a spot or for more information, visit www.rvsafety.com or call (321) 453-7673.