Archive for the ‘Toy Haulers’ Category

California Non Commercial drivers license

In California, to legally tow a 5th wheel trailer with a GVWR greater than 15,000 lbs. or a travel trailer with a GVWR greater than 10,000 lbs you need to have a Non-Commercial Class A drivers license. Everyone knows this, right? Surely when you buy one of these behemoths the dealer informs you of this,...
November 12th, 2010 | Headlines, Toy Haulers | Read More

Dutchmen Rubicon: Another new Toy Hauler!!

Dutchmen Rubicon: Another new Toy Hauler!! Dutchmen RV is coming back to the toy hauler market in a strong way. We just did a review of the high end Voltage line and at the California RV show I got to see the new entry level Rubicon 2100 toyhauler. Rubicon is a new line of toy haulers and will include...
October 21st, 2010 | Toy Haulers | Read More

2011 Dutchmen Voltage V3900

720p HD available After taking a couple years off in the toy hauler market Dutchmen (a Thor Industries Company) has come back in a big way. The new Voltage line of toyhaulers is raising the bar. The V3900 5th wheel trailer that I checked out is in a class by itself, from the multifunction remote control,...
October 11th, 2010 | Headlines, Toy Haulers | Read More

KZ Brings Back the Escalade

KZ RV Reintroduces Escalade Sportster Fifth Wheel Toyhauler SHIPSHEWANA, Ind. – After a six-month production hiatus on the high-end Escalade Sportster fifth wheel toyhauler, towable manufacturer KZ Recreational Vehicles is responding to consumer demand and reintroducing it. “A high volume of customer...
September 30th, 2010 | Headlines, Toy Haulers | Read More

100 years on the roads and in the woods.

This year the RV turned 100 years old. That’s right, sometime in 1910, the first recognizable camping automobile came into existence. Though they were seldom little more than a car packed with luggage and tarps, the world started taking in the wilderness, and visiting far off areas for recreation....
September 10th, 2010 | Toy Haulers Hi-lite | Read More