FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
June 2004
Caterpillar Inc.: Tracking Success Print Email
Beginning this month and continuing in the July and August issues, FMC will highlight each of the three major diesel engine manufacturers — Caterpillar, Cummins, and Detroit Diesel — that supply power plants for the ever-growing type A diesel-pusher motorhome market.
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Technical Inquiries: June 2004 Print Email
Q: I have heard that not operating your air-conditioning unit can cause its seals to dry out and leak. I am planning on storing my coach for the better part of a year or more.
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Your Address, Please Print Email
The membership database for the Family Motor Coach Association is a complex collection of information. But it's quite organized, and the file management was developed based upon members' lifestyles.
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Tech & Travel Tips: June 2004 Print Email
When the blackout window shades in our motorhome do not keep out the light from lampposts we inevitably park next to at RV parks, I have an inexpensive, simple-to-use, and easy-to-store solution that is extremely effective.
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Readers’ Forum: June 2004 Print Email
Dear Editor:
As an FMCA member and an attorney, I have been asked by several of my fellow RVers about whether Florida residents need a Class D license to drive a motorhome. Some of my friends were concerned when they received mixed advice on driver's license requirements for RVers.
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Grand Dads And Top Pops Print Email
With Father’s Day coming up on June 20, we decided to find out whether other animal species have fathers that deserve to be honored. Granted, we didn’t discover any other fathers reading bedtime stories or playing catch with their young.
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Ships Ahoy! Print Email
Want to step aboard a historic ship? Many can be toured as parts of museums or historic displays. These 13 sites are most interesting and accessible.
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Convention Sites And Politics Print Email
Finding a site for FMCA's international conventions is a very difficult task. It is challenging enough to find a facility that can accommodate our needs physically.
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"Cascade Mountain Magic" Entertainment Print Email
A fantastic array of entertainment awaits those who roll into Redmond, Oregon, for FMCA's 72nd International Convention, August 16 through 19, 2004, at the Deschutes County Fair and Expo Center. Members attending the "Cascade Mountain Magic" get-together will be treated to a musical voyage back to the 1960s where they'll visit with a teen idol; party with legendary Las Vegas showroom stars; and gather for a relaxing sing-along with folk music pioneers.
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Redmond Travel Notes Print Email
Thousands of FMCA members will point their motorhomes in the direction of central Oregon this summer. They'll be headed for fun at the association's 72nd International Convention, to be held August 16, 17, 18, and 19 at the Deschutes County Fair and Expo Center in Redmond.
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