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By: On: Wednesday February 3 2016

Good Sam RV Travel Guide

Anybody looking to take their RV on a trip this year would be wise to pick up a copy of 2016 Good Sam RV Travel & Savings Guide, which is the 50th anniversary of the publication.

The guide is actually a 1,736-page book and lists 12,498 RV parks, public campgrounds and services. Included are 111 RV Good Sam Parks that earned perfect, 10/10/10 marks. As well members receive a 10% discount at the more than 2,100 Good Sam Parks listed in the guide.

Good Sam representatives inspect each park listed in the book. The parks are awarded from 1-10 points in three categories: facilities, cleanliness and appearance.

In addition to the information on RV parks, the guide also includes more than $1,500 worth of coupons for Camping World.

“Also included in the guide are trip ideas and helpful information about rules and regulations on the road,” Good Sam says in a release. “Winter travelers will get planning tips by reading the Snowbird Destinations section; the Fun, Families & Camping section offers advice for traveling with the whole brood; and RV Trips of a Lifetime will help you scratch off items on your travel bucket list. The locations of Good Sam Parks are marked with red icons on the guide’s full-color maps of every state and province.”

The 2016 Good Sam RV Travel & Savings Guide is available at the 115 Camping World SuperCenters located throughout the United States and on Campingworld.com.

By: On: Wednesday September 9 2009

VENTURA, CALIF. (June 10, 2009) – The Good Sam Club, the world’s largest RV owners’ organization with nearly one million member families, today unveiled first-ever model motorhome “lemon law” legislation, developed in conjunction with RV industry officials and the International Association of Lemon Law Administrators (IALLA).

If enacted by a state, the legislation will provide specific rights and remedies for motorhome buyers against product defects if the motorhome does not conform to material provisions of the manufacturer’s warranty. If the motorhome purchaser can demonstrate that a purchased unit does not conform to the statutory standards prescribed in the model law, the remedy available can include replacement or repurchase of the unit by the manufacturer.

Most states currently either provide no lemon law coverage for motorhome purchases, or offer protection that is extremely limited, typically covering only the chassis. The proposed new model legislation would extend coverage to the structural integrity and functionality of major system components relating to the living quarters of a motorhome.

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