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RV Poll Results (4th Installment)

October 17, 2011 by Mark Polk · 24 Comments  
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rvconsumersmallnobackgroundEvery few months I like to post some of our previous RV poll results. I think it makes for some interesting reading. You can see how other RV enthusiasts responded to various RV related topics and it might make you consider an aspect about RVing you haven’t considered in the past. Keep in mind that these RV poll’s are only intended to give me some idea of what our newsletter readers are interested in, how they use their RVs, and of course just for fun.

 

 

 

 

RV Poll Question: What is your favorite season of the year to use your RV?
RV Poll Response: Spring 8%, Summer 25%, Fall 35%, Winter 3%, Year Round 28%

RV Poll Question: Have you ever had any plumbing lines freeze in your RV?
RV Poll Response: Yes 24%, No 76%

RV Poll Question: Do you treat the fuel system in your RV, or any other gasoline powered equipment, with a fuel preservative while sitting in storage?
RV Poll Response: Yes RV 11%, Yes other equipment 22%, Yes both RV & equipment 34%, No 25%, NA 8%

RV Poll Question: Do you travel in your RV with the propane cylinders, or tank, turned on or turned off?
RV Poll Response: Turned on 73%, Turned off 27%

RV Poll Question: Do you plan to use your RV more in 2011 than you did in 2010?
RV Poll Response: Yes 73%, No 22%, New RV owner in 2011 5%

RV Poll Question: I purchased my first RV from:
RV Poll Response: Dealer 59%, Private owner 35%, Family member 2%, Friend 3%, Given to me 1%

RV Poll Question: Do the passengers in your motorhome wear seatbelts while traveling?
RV Poll Response: All passengers 79%, No passengers 19%, Kids only 3%

RV Poll Question: After winter RV storage, how do you prepare your RV for travel and camping?
RV Poll Response: Do it myself 92%, Pay to have it done 4%, Get in it and go 4%

RV Poll Question: Has your RV ever been broken into?
RV Poll Response: Yes while traveling 1%, Yes while stored 7%, Yes at campground 2%, No never 91%
 
RV Poll Question: Do you primarily watch TV shows on your television or on your computer?
RV Poll Response: Computer 4%, TV 96%

RV Poll Question: During an RV trip, do you watch television or do you leave the remote at home?
RV Poll Response: Watch some TV on RV trips 74%, Watch a lot of TV on RV trips 13%, Leave remote at home 13%

RV Poll Question: How many e-newsletters do you subscribe to?
RV Poll Response: 1-2 24%, 3-5 43%, 5 or more 33%

RV Poll Question: Are you happy with your current RV, or would you prefer a different type or size?
RV Poll Response: Happy with current RV 70%, Prefer different size or type RV 30%

RV Poll Question: Do you have trouble with RV odors from the holding tanks?
RV Poll Answer: Yes 19%, No 81%

RV Poll Question: How do you adjust tire pressure when traveling by RV?
RV Poll Response: I carry a portable air compressor 70%, Drive to nearest service center with air support 30%

To read more RV poll results visit these links:

Some Interesting RV Poll Results

More Interesting RV Poll Results

RV Poll Results (3rd Installment)

Happy RV Learning,

Mark Polk

RV Education 101

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24 Responses to “RV Poll Results (4th Installment)”

  1. Ron Spinoglio on October 17th, 2011 5:07 pm

    Is it true that there are around 20,000 RV fires each year? If so what is being done about this issure?

  2. Geoffrey Pruett on October 18th, 2011 8:40 am

    Fire is a worry with an RV as they can happen remote from any outside help so we practice the same cautions as with a car, alway have a working extingisher of the ABC variety at hand. In our A the entry door is just behind the co-pilots seat so the extingisher is below the seat easy to reach from inside or out. Have used one on fires several times since I started driving but only one time on our unit, actually my fathers while traveling with my parents and my 2 sons. It was a propane issue created by the person who refilled the tanks and because of the extingisher it is a family story, not a major loss story. Still travel with the propane on but pre run everything in travel mode in the driveway/camp site so that the noises of travel do not distract from my driving.

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    I have considered this issue more in the last week in an eofrft to really give it fuller consideration, but it still is not rising above a certain level of meh for me. If I did care, I would have voted in the poll for the next AOTUS to be someone who knows how to run a large and complex government organization first (which I believe thereby implies that they know a thing or two about advocacy and lobbying) with a solid knowledge of issues related to archives and/or history and technology. The AOTUS isn’t keeping archivists on the edge of their seats with exciting new outreach, access, preservation, description, etc. archival tools and methods that they themselves are launching. The AOTUS is there to lead a federal agency, advocate for that agency and its goals, set priorities, provide a face and voice at that level of government and professional colleagues, etc.The AOTUS should not necessarily be a former president of SAA or another professional organization because that level of professional service does not necessarily have anything to do with an individual’s ability to lead a complex government agency. Sure, it sounds nice that one of our people would be in the position of AOTUS, but SAA presidents-no matter how successful or admired-carry their own political baggage (no matter how SAA-centric or trivial).I think when I was a younger, slightly fresher faced archivist I thought NARA would provide resources and support similar to what I was used to my state historical society/archives/library providing (to varying degrees by state): training for archivists from throughout the state (whether you worked for a government entity or the Brotherhood of Really Important People); leadership on cooperative description, collection development, digitization, etc. projects/training; coordinating issues of mutual interest such as loaning collections between institutions; etc. I realize that NARA’s responsibility is to act as a custodian (and so much more) for federal records, but I do think that there could be more sharing of the great things NARA knows and is figuring out how to do (and I’m not just talking about the nth presentation at a conference about ERA).As I considered these comments again, I’ve wondered if I’m expecting more from NARA: do what degree to folks with an interest in environmental, land-use, etc. issues expect the EPA to assist their eofrfts? Do museum professionals look to the Smithsonian? Yet the legal profession takes cues from the Dept. of Justice and the SCOTUS, no? So the question for me remains, what does NARA mean to me as an archivist (other than a place for former students to find a job and then find themselves in golden handcuffs)?I return to the practical: it is important to me as a non-NARA archivist that NARA be a well-run agency and not provide any embarrassments a la the National Zoo’s string of animal deaths and the Smithsonian’s well-known leadership turmoil of a few years ago. Should I want more? Probably. Can I expect more? I can only hope the next AOTUS will have a greater vision for more from NARA.

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