The Scenic Route: Our Re-Tired Truck

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Alan Rider
November 16, 2012

While that headline may have you thinking we’re putting our faithful 2007 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup out to pasture, let me explain.  When I said we were re-tiring our truck, I meant it quite literally. Now as anybody who’s ever gone off in search of a new set of tires knows all too well, there... Read more »

Muscle and Manor

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Stuart Bourdon
August 1, 2012

When talking about tow vehicles and trailers, some will say one is more important than the other, while others agree that each are of equal value and importance. We feel that both play a significant role in fulfilling the RVing lifestyle, and offer articles for those that love to pay attention to their... Read more »

It’s Your Magazine

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Stuart Bourdon, Editor In Chief
July 2, 2012

Trailer Life is your magazine. What I mean is that Trailer Life magazine is written for you, the readership, the subscribers who have it delivered to their doorstep, as well as those readers who pick it up and buy it off the shelves in grocery stores, bookstores, newsstands and other periodical outlets.... Read more »

Connections: You’ll Find Them Everywhere

Stuart Bourdon
June 1, 2012

Upon taking the reins as editor-in-chief, one of my first goals as I began working with the many writers and contributors of Trailer Life, was to get to know each and every one of them, to better understand their expertise and style. That was easier with some, such as Jeff Johnston who I have known since... Read more »

Just Me and My RV

Just Me and My RV

May 21, 2012

Any Isaacson has written a fantastic article for the New York Times about what RVing is really about — the journey.   The greenhorn RVer rented a small motorhome with a pair of friends, and like many road warriors, made a rough sketch of an literary.   From there, he grapples with all the oddities... Read more »

All Terrain Camper

Jeep ActionCamper

Amanda Lepinski
May 11, 2012

Adventurous campers who love off-road expeditions while enjoying the comfort of an RV can have the best of both worlds with the JK Wrangler Unlimited Jeep ActionCamper. Designed for two, the ActionCamper is a lightweight camper that sits atop a Jeep platform, only adding about 440 pounds to the vehicle’s... Read more »

Moving Forward

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston
May 1, 2012

As you thumb or click through this month’s issue, you’ll undoubtedly notice a big change in the way these pages look. Art Director Rick Damien, in concert with the entire editorial team, has completely redesigned the graphic presentation. It’s a fresh look for Trailer Life, a magazine that’s... Read more »

Full-Time RVing Icons

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston
April 2, 2012

When thinking of a single word that best describes the RV lifestyle “passion” always comes to mind first for me. That passion can be driven by camping close to nature in a tent trailer on weekends or by seasonal living in a large fifth-wheel. It’s easy to get addicted to the freedom of rolling... Read more »

We want to hear from you!

August 25, 2011

One of the main goals of the new Trailer Life website is to encourage you, our readers, to interact with others. After each article, you’ll notice a section for including your comments. Please, feel free to comment on each and every submission you find. Opening up these lines of communication is a... Read more »

Welcome to the new Trailer Life website!

Fromtheeditors

June 16, 2011

Welcome to the new Trailer Life website! With the progression of online technology and the ever-growing popularity of social media outlets, we thought it fitting to revamp our site for a more interactive, user-friendly online experience. Please take some time to look around and get used to the improved... Read more »

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