Dealers in the RV Industry are franchised, like automotive dealers, however, they are not obligated to work on your RV when it has not been purchased from them.
Buying local ensures you get the home town experience with the best customer service.
For a more robust explanation of the benefits of buying local, please visit-
Whether you are buying your first RV or wanting to make a change in your current RV experience, Go Rving is a great site for you, the consumer, to do your homework.
Visit GoRVing - https://www.gorving.com
Texas Parks and Wildlife
Texas Parks and Wildlife provides more than information on state parks. Learn about activities and regulations for camping, boating, fishing, hunting, parks, and wildlife, around the State of Texas.
Try their free app, Outdoor Annual, for everything you need to know before you go.
Visit Texas Parks and Wildlife - https://tpwd.texas.gov/
Do you need advice on which vehicle will be needed to tow that new travel trailer?
Find it here - https://www.kbb.com/car-advice/towing-capacity-guide/
National RV Training Academy
An awesome resource for both RV professionals and RV owners, the NRVTA offers a home study course on how to maintain your RV. This knowledge will help you to become a more informed RV owner and may build your confidence to help others while you travel.
Visit NRVTA - https://rvtechcourse.com/
National Highway Transportation Safety Administration
The NHTSA offers consumers the tools they need to keep themselves, their families and communities safe. Topics include road safety tips, safety ratings and how to check for recalls that may affect your vehicle.
Check for recalls - https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls