FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
October 2009
Meet The Newly Elected And Re-Elected National Vice Presidents Print Email
Following are abbreviated resumes for the national vice presidents recently elected or re-elected for the 2009-2011 term.
RV Fresh Water System Maintenance Print Email
From the city water inlet to the showerheads — and everything in between — learn how to keep your motorhome’s fresh water system in excellent condition.
Carbon Monoxide: The Invisible Killer Print Email
According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), every year approximately 480 people in the United States die from carbon monoxide poisoning, and another 15,200 end up in hospital emergency rooms from breathing this poisonous gas. 
Marathon Coach: Dreams On Wheels Print Email
The luxury RV dream is a continuing reality, thanks to companies such as Marathon Coach, the world’s largest luxury bus converter and dealer.
The Disconnect Club Print Email
These motorhomers from California have perfected the art of flat-towing their treasured classic automobiles.
The Burr Trail Print Email
Utah's rugged, dramatic canyons and cliffs are beautifully revealed on this unparalleled trek.
Jerome, Arizona: Stories From The Hill Print Email
Once close to abandonment, this former mining town is now known for its history, shops, and restaurants — and an occasional ghost.
FMCA Bylaws Amendments Print Email

On July 20, 2009, the Governing Board of FMCA approved the following Bylaws Amendments in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Readers' Forum: October 2009 Print Email
Las Vegas Motor Coach Resort Clarification

Dear Editor:
FMCA has a huge following among our 407 site owners here at Las Vegas Motor Coach Resort, so I received a number of calls from our owners regarding an error that appeared in the September 2009 “RV News & Notes” column (“Signature Resorts Acquired,” page 38).

Tech Talk: October 2009 Print Email

I am writing to ask your advice about an accident I had June 7, 2009. I purchased my first motorhome, a 2004 40-foot Holiday Rambler Imperial, in April 2009 and used it on a couple of trips for about 3,000 miles. At the time of the accident, it had approximately 56,000 miles on it.

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