When you join FMCA,
you join a community.
Whether you're looking for tech advice, a campground recommendation or someone to swap stories with around the campfire, FMCA helps you connect to other RVers.
Help Is Around The Corner
Stop Over Spots
You're welcome to stop over at the volunteering member's home for a 24-hour emergency stay.
FMCA members may visit the volunteering member's home for a 24-hour friendship stay, unless invited by the host member to stay longer.
If an FMCA member's RV breaks down along the road in a volunteering member's area, the volunteering member is available to assist him or her in locating quality local service.
Pinch Hit Driver
Any FMCA member who encounters an emergency that prevents the member from driving his or her RV while on the road may request the assistance of an FMCA member-driver to transport the RV to a chosen destination at the owner's expense.
A huge thank you to Robert and Rita Landrum, F413023, "FMCA Pinch Hitters and Red River Rovers chapter members for helping return our motorhome to storage. I suffered an ankle injury while doing maintenance on my motorhome and could not drive. Robert and Rita graciously answered our request for help to get the motorhome back to storage. Robert even gave me a lesson in the 3-point turn to get the motorhome into its space. FMCA members are the best!"
- Mike & Nancy Honkomp (F429915)
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