The RV Industry Association, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Forest River, and Thor Industries have teamed up to present a seminar on May 2 that will focus on recalls, as well as NHTSA rules and regulations.
During a hearing on how to improve visitors’ experiences in national parks, Rep. Dennis A. Ross (R-Fla.) recalled staying in national parks in his family’s RV as a boy not only because it was more convenient, but it had full hookups while private campgrounds did not.
Representatives from the RV Dealers Association of Canada and the Canadian Camping and RV Council met on Parliament Hill and discussed the need for increased investments in tourism policies and infrastructure upgrades and the need for implementation of a fair tax regime for campgrounds across Canada.
Engineered Bonded Structures & Composites has switched to Chemique Adhesives’ Solfre1 to manufacture custom motorhomes for federal agencies and humanitarian organizations, improving quality and production time.
The fate of a potential class-action lawsuit against the owners of defunct manufacturer EverGreen RV is still awaiting the filing of documents by the defendants, according to documents obtained from U.S. District Court in South Bend, Ind.
The RV Care Network hosted its second National Dealers Meeting earlier this week in Toronto, Ontario. Over 120 people attended the day and a half program that was packed full of valuable information, along with some time for social activities.
Regency RV, the motorhome division of Regency Conversions, a Wayne Davis Auto Group Company, has produced a video outlining the features and benefits of its Class B luxury motorhome based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis.
The RVDA Board of Directors is asking dealer and associate members to submit their nominations for the 2017 James B. Summers award, the highest honor and recognizes individuals who make a consistent and outstanding contribution to RVDA and its members.