4 Essential Boating Safety Tips

As the weather turns warmer, more water sports enthusiasts will be out on the water with their recreational powerboats and watercrafts – and accidents will happen. According to 2015 Coast Guard statistics, 85% of drowning victims were not wearing life … Continued

On a Roll: Scooters Hitting the Streets Again

In the 1980s, scooters and mopeds enjoyed brisk sales and became a popular way for getting around town. But the demand for these low-cost rides seemed to disappear almost immediately, thanks, in part, to more economical cars and falling gas … Continued

Expert Tips on How to Use a Bike Rack Safely

It’s time to hit the road for vacation, with bikes in tow — usually on a rack strapped to the exterior of your car. The last thing you want to do is arrive at your destination with one or more … Continued

How to Protect Your Garden from Animals

It is a universal truth hungry critters will eat your vegetables and flowers.So you will need some form of barrier to protect your plants this spring as best you can. You may not stop the animals entirely but you’ll surely … Continued

Jet Ski Safety Guide: How to Ride a Jet Ski

There’s no denying personal watercraft (i.e., Jet Skis) are an exhilarating ride and a fun way to spend an afternoon on a local lake or reservoir. Think of it as a snowmobile for the water. With horsepower similar to large … Continued

Green Motorcycles Grow in Popularity

Motorcycles appeal to riders for a number of different reasons, not the least of which is environmental – a motorcycle is simply more efficient when it comes to gas consumption. Electric motorcycles are getting sleeker and faster Today, those who … Continued

5 RV Camping Tips to Ensure a Great Vacation for All

A growing number of Americans will pack up their recreational vehicles and hit the road this year. Ownership of RVs has reached record highs, with 8.9 million households owning an RV. RV owners will trek across the U.S., visiting some … Continued

Prepping Your Motorcycle After a Long Winter Layover

As winter snow starts to melt and icy roadways clear up under sunny spring skies, navigating streets and highways is a much more pleasurable and safer experience. It’s also the time when motorcycle owners begin to plan their first ride of … Continued

10 New Features to Enhance Motorcycle Safety

Today, more motorcycle riders are hitting the road than ever before. Since 1991, sales of motorcycles have increased more than 90 percent, and statistics indicate sales will rise an additional 7.2 percent in 2016. With the increased interest in motorcycles … Continued

RV Towing Tips: How to Prevent Trailer Sway

There are few things more frightening while towing your recreational vehicle than sway. A sudden gust, a passing semi truck or a quick steering correction can start your trailer swaying or fishtailing. The loss of control can mean tipping your … Continued

Is There an RV in Your Future?

With an average length of around 36 feet, a class A motorhome cruising the country’s highways and byways is hard to miss. While this largest class of motorhome has grown in popularity as a full-time living option, other types have … Continued

Chill Out With a Winter Motorcycle Ride

For many motorcycle enthusiasts, winter spells the end of the riding season. But for others it’s just a reminder to bundle up and take a few extra precautions. Cold weather doesn’t have to mean the end of your two-wheel fun, … Continued