In this video, Conversion Van Specialist Larry Oaks walks you through a 2014 Mobility Conversion Van with an Under the Vehicle (UVL) Lift. Dave Arbogast Van Depot is your number one conversion van dealer, and can help you with all of your Conversion Van needs.
It’s pretty typical to regularly drive past bottles, cans, and other recyclables in the road, but it’s not every day that bottle caps are able to slow traffic altogether. In Randy Gilliland’s case, he doesn’t actually aim to slow down passing cars, but that’s just what his bottle cap-engulfed van seems to do, no matter where he goes.
Gilliland, 52, of Florida, is a professional surveyor who is intrigued by mobile artistic designs. Originally, he constructed a queen-sized bed atop a 1969 EZ-go Golf Cart, which he also rebuilt. As he hitched the bed to the back of his 1995 Chevy Astro van, he questioned why he couldn’t turn that vehicle into a piece of art as well. So that’s just what he did.
Pleasure-Way has rolled out a new line of RVs, it’s first ever B-Plus class motorhome. Straddling the economy of the B class and the luxury of the C class, the Pleasure-Way Pursuit provides something of the best of both worlds.
The Pursuit is built on a Ford E350 dual rear wheel cutaway chassis, giving it a 22 foot length. This is ideal for consumers who are looking for something roomier than the standard B class economy model without having the bus-like size of the C class. This means that it has room to stretch out in comfortably for a small family or couple, while not requiring special experience or training to operate. The smaller size makes if more fuel efficient as well. The Pursuit comes in at 13 to 15 miles per gallon on the highway, depending on the load, which is rather good for vehicles of its size.
Purchasing a recreational vehicle (RV) for the first time can be pretty intimidating for some people, because there are so many features and options offered by RV dealers. There are many things to consider when purchasing an RV. Some of the most important things a first time RV buyer should consider are size, construction, type, storage, usage, floor plans, previous ownership and price. All of these factors play a key role in the final decision of which RV to choose.
When you’re buying an RV for the first time, its size plays a key role in the decision you make. Evaluating the size you will need is a pretty simple process. You’ll need to think about what you plan to use the RV for, as well as how many people will normally be expected during the day and night. It’s also important to think [...]