Great adventures in RV Camping, Freightliner style
GAFFNEY, S.C. – Feb. 19, 2010 – The adventure of camping has always been an irresistible draw to RV owners. Now, Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation (FCCC) is giving enthusiasts a chance to explore their own recreational vehicles at two-day adventure of camping sessions, Feb. - Nov. 2010.
Camp Freightliner is an opportunity for RV owners to spend two intensive, fun-filled days learning some of the ins and outs of what makes their vehicles tick. Campers will hear from Freightliner experts who will lead workshops covering RV ownership from A to Z, including:
- Understanding and maintaining air brake and electrical systems
- Overall tips and guidelines for maximum performance
- Suggested maintenance intervals
- The importance of weight distribution
- Proper vehicle storage
In addition, pilots and co-pilots have the opportunity to learn firsthand the intricacies of a Freightliner chassis by examining a bare chassis to highlight and review its features and components.
FCCC officials have designed the Camp sessions for any new, existing or hopeful Class A motorhome owner who wants to learn more about diesel-powered RVs and how to care for them.
Nearly 30 individual Camp Freightliner sessions are offered Feb. – Nov. 2010. See http://bit.ly/7MDzKj for specific information. For a limited time, interested pilots and co-pilots can participate in the February Camp Freightliner classes (Feb. 15-16 or Feb. 18-19) for a discounted rate of just $100 for both attendees, a 33 percent savings. Regular pricing for Camp sessions are $150 for pilot and co-pilot registration.
Camp Freightliner accommodations include full hook-ups and discounted camping rates are also available at the local Spartanburg KOA campground. Camp Freightliner will host a cookout dinner for participants the first evening of each session.
"We recently opened Camp Freightliner to anyone who might be interested in moving from a towable or fifth wheel to a Class A motorhome, or for people who just want to learn more about owning a motorhome, so we could educate them about chassis maintenance and give them an understanding what goes into owning and operating a Class A RV," said Dave Hoover, customer support manager at FCCC.