Show 2020-07

Roadmaster, a True American Manufacturer, Winegard Connect 2.0 Conversation and RV Care Tips from RV Education 101. 


On this week’s show, we begin our Made in America series as we visit Roadmaster Inc., located in Vancouver, Washington, and see what goes into building their superior quality towing products. 

Next, we’ll join some RVers out on location as they learn all about the new Winegard ConnecT 2.0 WiFi extender and 4G device. Then later in the show, Mark and Dawn Polk from RV Education 101 fill us in on some cost-effective RV protection.

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Manufacturer of Quality RV Parts

We’re about to take a factory tour. Before we get started, I just wanted to mention a couple of things that kind of set Roadmaster apart. The biggest thing is that we are a true manufacturer. We literally take raw steel and turn it into finished product. There’s a lot of companies out there that call themselves manufacturers, but essentially they are assembly shops. They bring in parts from overseas, they put them in a box, bolt it together, and they call that manufacturing. We literally make the parts that make the assemblies that turn into finished goods.

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Winegard ConnecT 2.0 WiFi and 4G Extender

Winegard Connect T 2.0So,  I just picked this up the other day. It’s a Winegard ConnecT 2.0, and a Wi-Fi extender and 4G device, and I’m actually really super excited about it. 

I’m ready to get it up on the roof and get it installed, ready to get going.

One of the main things I really loved about it, and why I really wanted to get it on my coach is, well, sometimes on certain internet connections,  they just don’t work well. You’re reliant on a remote point to pull from.

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Tips to Care for Your RV Investment

Your RV is a major purchase, so it goes to say you want to protect your investment. 

Possibly the best protection in between trips and when the RV is stored for periods of time is an enclosed garage or overhead shelter. But as most RV owners are aware, this is not always possible. When your RV is stored outdoors, all of the components on the RV’s exterior are constantly exposed to the elements.