What To Look for in a Used Travel Trailer

                If you love hopping into the car and exploring the country, then you should consider getting a travel trailer. Staying in hotels can be expensive, and they aren't always available. To help save some money, consider getting a used travel trailer. Here are some things to look for to ensure you're buying a high-quality one.

Look For Damage

One of the quickest ways to ruin the excitement of purchasing a new travel trailer is realizing that something is damaged and doesn’t work. When you’re viewing the trailer, ensure that it is hooked up to electricity and test everything. Turn on the oven, open the fridge and freezer, and even go as far as to check the roof. If there is even a tiny hole in the roof, all of the elements will get inside the trailer. If you’re unsure about some potential roof damage, contact travel trailer roof repair Waco TX services to evaluate it before you finalize the deal. 

Ensure Your Vehicle Can Tow It

You don’t want to buy the travel trailer only to turn around and find out that you now have to go buy a new truck because your current one can’t tow the trailer. Before you start looking at travel trailers, look at the maximum towing capacity for your vehicle. That way, you can focus only on trailer models that fall under that maximum weight amount. 

If you ignore the towing capacity and hook a travel trailer that is too big for your car, you could cause serious harm or injury to yourself or those around you. Your vehicle’s transmission, brakes, and engine can only handle so much, and you don’t want to damage them.

Get the Right Size

When buying a new travel trailer, you want to ensure that you have enough room for your family. If you have six kids, you probably won’t fair well with a trailer with only three beds. Additionally, you’ll likely want something with enough storage for your family and your needs to help cut down on what you have to buy for your trips. 

Filipino Bloggers Network holds 10th Annual Thanksgiving Party

It was a decade ago when the Filipino Bloggers Network (FBN), one of the most active Philippine-Based community of bloggers and influencers in the country, held its first-ever Thanksgiving Party in a hotel in Quezon City. 

This coming December 12, FBN will hold its 10th Annual Thanksgiving Party virtually to reacquaint with fellow members around the country and reminisce 120 months of challenges and cheers; 3,650 days of networking; countless stories and priceless memories.  

Although the gathering will still be online just like last year, FBN members anticipate the annual get-together as an opportunity to make new friends and catch up with old pals they have not seen for a while, not to mention the chance of winning some exciting prizes from the games and raffle draws. Representatives of different PR groups and brands will also grace the event to personally thank members of the online community who have supported them in the past years. 

FBN currently has around 2,000 members across the country and abroad and continues to expand as it provides a venue for Filipino bloggers to interact with other members, even those based overseas. Moderating the discussions and posting opportunities from several brands are co-admins Divine Reyes and Richard Mamuyac and Lariza Garcia. 

This year’s celebration is supported by the following generous sponsors:

RANDS

PR PARTNERS

BLOG SPONSORS

SPECIAL THANKS TO THE SUPPORT OF THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC SERVANTS:

  1. Rep. Eric Yap, ACT-CIS partylist
  2. Rep. Joey Salceda, 2nd District of Albay
  3. Rep. Edgar Mary Sarmiento, 1st District of Samar
  4. Rep. Mike Defensor, Anakalusugan partylist
  5. General Guillermo Eleazar
  6. Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte
  7. Deputy Commissioner Randy Escolango, Insurance Commission

With the overflowing support and opportunities that FBN received this year from different companies and even from fellow members this year, the group sees bigger, better and double opportunities and events in 2022!

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