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     The best way to keep black streaks from destroying the look of your camper is to keep the roof clean. 

The roof of your camper doesn't cause the black streaks.  The dirt, bird droppings, leaves and miscellaneous that runs off the roof during light rains and heavy dew causes the black streaks to run down the sides of your camper. Cleaning your roof a minimum of twice a year will go a long way toward keeping those black streaks off.   Dicor (rubber roof manufacturer) recommends a non-abrasive type cleaner such as RC 100TM, Borax or DawnTM and a medium to stiff brush.  DO NOT use cleaners or conditioners containing petroleum solvents, harsh abrasives or Citric based cleaners. You may cause irreparable damage to your roof.  A quick rinse with chlorine bleach may be necessary to kill mildew and retard growth. Caution should be exercised when washing your roof to prevent cleaners from running down the sides since this could cause streaking. Always pre rinse your RV sides before you rinse your roof.  ALSO, remember that your rubber roof is going to be very slick when wet.

To remove black streaks, try WD-40 before you go out and buy something special. You'll have to wash with regular soap and water after using WD-40.  We recommend a product called Blast - great for removing black streaks.  Beware of some black streak products as they may permanently remove the gloss from fiberglass RVs. Always test a small, out-of-the-way place first. Gel Gloss will clean black streaks from most fiberglass.  Some people use common bug and tar remover. Turtle Wax makes one as do lots of other companies. Again try it on a small out-of-the-way place first.  As time consuming as it is, keeping a good coat of wax on your camper will prevent a lot of those black streaks from appearing and make them a lot easier to clean off.

Remember that any cleaner that is left on too long can damage your decals.  Keep that camper rinsed off when cleaning with any product.

 
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December 10, 2012 -- RV Trader

If you're an outdoor enthusiast, you like to explore and experience the wonders of nature. Fortunately, you don't have to camp in a tent to take in the great outdoors. One fun way to explore the world is in a recreational vehicle that gives you the chance to spend all your time in the natural environment you enjoy without giving up the comforts of home.

Recreational Vehicles (RVs) range from small camping trailers pulled behind a vehicle to large rolling homes that can pull a small car or boat. They are divided into 2 main categories: towable and motorized. Towable devices include fold-down camping trailers, travel trailers, and fifth wheel trailers. Motorized recreational vehicles can be driven without being towed, and are classified with the designations A, B, or C. With so many options available, you are sure to find something that will be an ideal match for your lifestyle and outdoor interests.

' Fold-down camping trailers let you camp in the ultimate tent. They are usually lightweight and easy to maneuver, so they can be towed behind anything from a large truck to some compact cars. Inside, these campers sleep up to 8 people and have room for cooking and dining. Jayco's Select fold-down is a full-service camping trailer with high walls for extra headroom. Featuring a fully functional kitchen and deluxe furniture, outdoor enthusiasts will love the versatility of this RV. In this trailer, you can be in the middle of nature's wonders, yet still enjoy the comforts of home.

' Towable travel trailers are heavier than fold-downs, so they must be pulled by a truck or SUV with a class 3 or class 4 hitch. They usually sleep up to 8 people, and have kitchen, bath, and dining areas, appliances, and electricity and water hook-ups. Gulfstream's Emerald Bay travel trailer is a 'cottage on wheels'. This RV features spacious floor plans with excellent views of both the great outdoors and the interior's entertainment center throughout the RV. With comfortable selections like under-cabinet lighting and floor-to-ceiling maple or cherry doors and entertainment center options, you will never know you're away from home.

' Outdoor enthusiasts with trucks may want to consider a truck camper. These campers slide on the bed of a truck and are complete with kitchen, dining, and sleeping areas. There's no need to pull anything behind the truck; the camper travels right along with it. No matter where you travel, you'll never be far away from the conveniences of home in Lance's 825 truck camper. This narrow-body truck camper holds a queen size mattress, cushioned dinette, and galley kitchen that will make your outdoor experience the definitive camping excursion.

' The Motorhome Class A includes the most expensive and elaborate RVs on the market. These really are homes on wheels, and are what most people think of when they hear the term RV. Inside these vehicles, like the Gulf Stream Tourmaster, you will find the ultimate in luxury with a complete kitchen, living, sleeping, and bath areas, electronics, and appliances that rival those found in many homes. You won't sacrifice comfort or style in the Tourmaster, which comes complete with ceramic tile, Corian countertops, and hardwood cabinets. This RV can make your outdoor adventures the vacation of your dreams.

' Class B Motorhomes are also called van campers. Built on a full size van chassis, these recreational vehicles are strong enough to even pull behind them a small trailer or boat. These RVs include electric and water hook ups and water storage. You won't sacrifice comfort or space in the Endura. The three-zone floor plan divides the RV into distinct living, dining, and sleeping quarters to ensure your privacy while you're on the road. With its convertible dinette, bunk beds, and cab-over queen bed, sleeping arrangements aren't a problem in the Endura. When not hiking a trail or river rafting, outdoor enthusiasts can stay up to date on the latest news with the entertainment system.

' The hybrid of Class A and Class B is the Class C Motorhome. These motorhomes are vans with attached cab sections, which allow extra sleeping space above the cab. Inside these RVs you will find kitchen, dining, and bath areas. The Vista Cruiser Mini sports a spacious slide out room, full galley kitchen, and extra headroom above the beds for added comfort. It is a fully-equipped, easy to drive RV with modern styling features like Euro-style cabinets, large picture windows, and color-coordinated furniture. You can take all the conveniences of home right with you to the woods.

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Updated: Thu, 16 May 2013 11:19:05 GMT | By Alexandra Posadzki, The Canadian Press, thecanadianpress.com

TORONTO - July Ono had been buying used cars online for years without problems.

So she was stunned when she got a panicked phone call three years ago from a friend saying the Jeep Ono bought a month earlier was being towed away by a bailiff.

In hindsight, Ono says she had been suspicious of the tall, charming stranger who had posted his car for sale on Craigslist.

"I was sitting there going, July, there's just something wrong with this person," said the 50-year-old real estate investment adviser. "But I just couldn't figure out what it was."

Ono took the vehicle for a test drive and had it inspected at a dealership. Everything seemed to be in working order.

It was only when Ono got the late-night call while out of town on business that she discovered the seller had used it as collateral on a loan a month earlier.

Online car classifieds can offer convenience and bargain prices, but experts recommend taking precautions to protect yourself from scammers and "curbsiders," full-time fraud artists pretending to be private sellers.

About one in five Canadians who buy or sell used cars online encounter scammers or fraud, according to a recent report by the Automobile Consumer Coalition.

Out of more than 1,000 people polled, 13 per cent said they were contacted by fraudulent buyers who offered to overpay for their car with a phoney cheque, asking the seller to refund the difference.

Another 12 per cent came across listings posted by suspected curbsiders.

Yet 76 per cent of respondents said they weren't worried about fraud.

Online surveys cannot be assigned a margin of error because they do not randomly sample the population, according to the polling industry's professional body, the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association.

Approximately 600,000 of the three million used cars that Canadians buy and sell each year are sold on sites like Craigslist and Kijiji, according to research compiled by the coalition.

"This problem is going to get worse and worse," said Mohamed Bouchama, director of the Toronto-based consumer advocacy group.

"More people are using the Internet because of the convenience. Lots of people don't want to go visit five, six, seven dealerships."

George Iny, director of the Automobile Protection Association, recommends looking for mid-priced cars rather than going for the cheapest one listed when you're shopping for used vehicles.

"Don't be a price junkie," said Iny. "The seller always knows more than you. If the car is priced below market, it's almost always for a reason."

Buying junk will often cost you more in the long run, as you foot the bill for pricey repairs.

"The cost of taking something that's in average condition and making it good condition is higher than the premium you'd pay just to buy the same vehicle in good condition," said Iny.

When buying a used car, Iny and Bouchama both recommend getting it inspected before you fork over the cash. You can either take the vehicle to a garage, or look for a mobile inspector who will come to you.

Always ask to see the vehicle ownership and the seller's driver's licence to make sure the names match, said Bouchama.

Check the car's history, which will show you how many times the car transferred ownership, if it was a write-off or if it's been in a major accident.

Bouchama suggests buying from a dealer because of the added level of accountability. But if you're going to do so, Iny recommends keeping a sharp eye out for hidden fees.

Provincial laws in Ontario, Quebec, B.C. and Alberta require all-in pricing, but violations do occur.

"The advantage of the dealers is that if there is a problem, there's somebody you can sue," said Iny.

"A private seller may not be around, or you won't find them if they're a curber."

If you're selling your car online, be very cautious any time someone offers more than the car is worth, said Bouchama.

He also recommends taking a bank draft or cash — never certified cheques because they're easily forged.

Consider setting up a temporary email and phone number to conduct the sale, and always bring someone with you when meeting a potential buyer.

"You never know who you're dealing with," said Bouchama. "There are some scary people out there, especially if you have a very nice car to sell."

An extreme example is the recent death of a 32-year-old Ontario man who was killed after he took two men for a test drive in the Dodge Ram truck he was selling.

Despite the fact that the Internet is an accessible platform for scammers and fraud artists, it also provides consumers with a wealth of information.

"If you want to know how much to pay, the Internet has really empowered buyers," said Iny. "It's made experts out of amateurs."

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