Airstream is experimenting with mounting an electric motor on the trailer’s axle, which could power the rear wheels and provide extra driving force while towing.
The National Highway Safety Transportation Administration (NHTSA) issued recalls for certain Forest River and Keystone RVs in February 2020.
The trial law firm Markowitz Herbold PC, representing Robert Roblin against Newmar Corporation, has won a partial summary judgement. The precedent set by Judge Michael J. McShane in the U.S. District Court for…
Thor Industries has formed Hymer USA, a new subsidiary focused on producing and marketing RVs utilizing European manufacturing practices, automation and control standards—a first for North America’s RV industry. Hymer USA will be based in Bristol, Indiana, with initial product availability expected in the fourth quarter of calendar year 2020…
The RV Supplier and Vendor Expo will return for a third year at Elkhart Municipal Airport during the 2020 Elkhart Open House. Expo organizers have invited exhibitors and RV Manufacturers to register on the show’s website.
TekModo has hired Adam Hawkins to its sales team as national senior account manager of RV/marine and specialty vehicles. The 30-year industry veteran was previously sales representative for Lami-Plast and senior account manager at Thetford/Norcold.
Today, RV Industry Association Manager of Government Affairs Nick Rudowich testified in support of legislation (WA SB 6083/HB 2242) that would amend the allowable length of a travel trailer in Washington state law from a current limit of 40 feet in length to a new limit of 46 feet in length.