The Week (US)
For an RV road trip
■ RV Life offers an RV-specific GPS mapping system that steers drivers clear of narrow passes, low clearances, and propanerestricted tunnels. ($50 a year after a free trial)
■ Harvest Hosts helps RVers find unique places to park and camp. “An alpaca farm run by nuns, an award-winning brewpub, and a dinosaur museum are just a few.” The $99 annual membership includes free one-night stays at more than 2,100 sites across the U.S.
■ Maps.me provides offline access to a worldwide network of searchable maps, complete with hiking trails.
■ iExit is an “extremely detailed” highway exit guide for those who plan their pit stops. You can search by food categories, fuel type, pet-friendly lodging, and more.
■ Togo RV locates campgrounds and connects travelers to mobile RV technicians. The $ 40-a-year version includes access to a database of free-parking locations.
Source: The Washington Post