Not that we’re recommending our readers abandon Practical Motorhome and take their custom elsewhere, but the new RV Consumer newsletter might at least make an interesting supplementary read — not least because it’s free.

RV Consumer is a digital newsletter that’s available for download from the RV.net blog and while it only seems to deal with motorhomes in the US, it’s bound to contain some useful information for campers across the Atlantic.

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Not that we’re recommending our readers abandon Practical Motorhome and take their custom elsewhere, but the new RV Consumer newsletter might at least make an interesting supplementary read — not least because it’s free.

RV Consumer is a digital newsletter that’s available for download from the RV.net blog and while it only seems to deal with motorhomes in the US, it’s bound to contain some useful information for campers across the Atlantic.

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