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Hello Members!

As we continue to make enhancements to the site we will post updates about the changes here.

Lately we have added:

  • New Rally Calendar (04/04/2017)
    The rally calendar has been updated to be more like a real calendar, you still have the option to view the listing the old way if you would like to though.
    Click here to try the new rally calendar!
     
  • New Sidebar Search (03/26/2017)
    If you are on desktop/tablet you will notice there is now a search box at the top of the right menu.
     
  • Updated Campground/Repair Search (03/15/2017)
    To help you to find repairs we have added this ability to the campground search.
    Click here to try the new search!
     

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1. Attend an FMCA motorhome convention and other RV shows, where many motorhomes and related products are on display at one location. You can comparison shop, talk with motorhomers and dealers and, perhaps, go on a test drive. At each FMCA convention, a special workshop called "Motorhoming: What's It All About?" is open to the general public and anyone who wants to learn more about motorhoming.

2. Subscribe to Family Motor Coaching magazine to read motorhome reviews, new product info, company profiles, and safety, livability and technical articles. By reading FMC magazine, you'll learn about the specific types of motorhomes available. Travel destinations and tips for enjoying the lifestyle are included, too. Once you become a motorhome owner, consider switching to an FMCA membership to take advantage of other benefits offered to FMCA members.

3. Rent. If you have little or no RVing experience, renting a motorhome before buying is a good idea. Rental fees range from approximately $90 to $200 per day. To find rental locations, check the phone directory under "Recreation Vehicles." Or, contact the Recreation Vehicle Rental Association (www.rvra.org; 800-336-0355).

4. Tour. If buying a new motorhome, consider taking a tour of a manufacturer's plant. Many offer tours on appointment, where you can watch various phases of the production process, learn about construction materials and ask questions.

5. Request. The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) offers a free packet of material to first-time RV buyers. Visit www.rvia.org or call (888) 467-8464.

6. Research. Considering jumping right in to full-timing? Janet Groene's Full-Timer's Primer column appears online and in FMC magazine. Janet offers valuable advice to those who plan to live and travel in a motorhome full-time.

7. Join. Once you own a motorhome, join FMCA online or by calling (800) 543-3622.

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