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Regular sections and features found in each issue include: "Road Foodie," dining recommendations from sea to shining sea; "Wheels & Gear," product reviews of various motorhome components; "Noteworthy/News Briefs," a rundown of the latest news and lifestyle headlines, as well as upcoming RV shows; "Crossroads," readers and editors share their picks for must-visit parks; "Hands-On," a compilation of maintenance tips and preventive care; "Hot Line," editors share answers to reader-submitted questions; "Coach and Powertrain," which addresses concerns related to power, towing, storage, and more; and "Road Ahead," a regular column that explores the back roads of America, featuring the people and places worth the drive.
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I've only gotten one issue of MotorHome magazine so far and I am disappointed in the lack of variety the magazine provides. There were no class c motorhomes at all. They were all class a.
We are enjoying MotorHome magazine as it has helpful tips in it and great write-ups for parks and locations we plan to visit.