Monthly Archives: December 2010

Winter RV Travel Offers Unexpected Delights

When is the best time of year to travel?  If you like crowds and long lines at popular attractions, then summer is the best time to take a vacation.  If, instead, you prefer quieter, less hectic travel experiences, then you should try a winter vacation.  After the holiday season is over, January and February are the perfect time to hop in the Recreational Vehicle and visit National Parks or other summer attractions that remain open all year.  

In your RV, you can avoid the hassle of air travel and meander across the country to catch the beauty of winter in unexpected places.  Wildlife and scenery are often dramatically different in winter, so even if you travel to some of your favorite summer spots, you are guaranteed a completely new experience.

Don’t forget to keep your RV protected when it’s not in use with RV covers, wheel covers, and other accessory covers.

Snowmobile Covers Provide All-Season Protection


Snowmobile Covers

Whether you use your snowmobile for recreation or transportation, you are probably well aware of the importance of taking proper care of the snowmobile when it’s not in use.  Trudging through inches (or feet) of snow in bitter cold temperatures after experiencing a snowmobile breakdown in the middle of nowhere is not anyone’s idea of a good time.

One part of properly maintaining a snowmobile includes protecting it from damages that can occur when the vehicle is not in use.  Snowmobile Covers protect snowmobiles and their components from dust and dirt when the vehicle is stored in an enclosed garage or other storage area.  When snowmobiles live outdoors, snowmobile covers keep them clean, dry, and safe from harsh weather conditions and the sun’s damaging UV rays.

Ensuring that your snowmobile will give you a safe and reliable experience means taking care of it during snowy weather, but also during the off season when neglect can do the most damage.

ATV vs UTV – Do You Know the Difference?

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You know that ATVs and UTVs are handy and fun vehicles to have around your home, but do you know the difference between the two? Make sure that you are getting the most possible use out of your recreational vehicle by understanding what they do and making sure that you have the right one to fit your needs.

ATV stands for all-terrain vehicle. ATVs, such as traditional three and four wheelers, are mainly used for recreation. They can make sharp, quick turns and travel at faster speeds than UTVs. They are usually windshield and roof-less. You can add additional protection to an ATV with an ATV cabin cover.

UTVs, also known as utility vehicles, are better equipped for handling heavy work loads. They allow not only more space to haul tools, but also more space for passengers because of the expanded seating. They are more steady and do not make tight, wide turns like an ATV. UTVs are normally taller and wider than ATVs and will often come complete with a windshield and roof. Both UTVs and ATVs can make be great additions to your home. They will provide not only the horsepower to get your chores done, but also a source of recreation. When you are not using you vehicle, be sure to protect it with either an ATV storage cover or a UTV storage cover. They are durable and affordable, making sure that you get years of protection for a low price.