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The roads were in good condition, we met very little traffic or construction, it’s probably the most smooth sailing we’ve experienced on this trip.
There are some hills but nothing that stood out to me as a big mountain.
Who knows, if everyone else in a 30’ coach is getting better MPGs than us then maybe we’re doing something wrong!
: Famous for my "how-not-to" videos, and typically the man behind the camera, sometimes I’m forced to be here in the “spotlight”.
Here’s my extremely important RV MPG disclaimer bullet points that greatly affect our overall motorhome fuel economy, small changes will most likely make your MPG numbers different: *I’m using an app called Fuelio to track my fuel numbers and provide my RV MPG reports.
When you see my face you’re probably reading something more technical than adventurous, but either way I do my best to tell it like it is and infuse my opinions into the commentary…after all this is a blog and not MSN. MPG will be about 8.5 and that's if you stay below 65. In fact MPG will be 7 ish if tow and under 9 with no tow.
The V10 is a brute and on anything near this length RV, MPG is fairly insensitive to tow or no tow.
If you know of that secret Class A motorhome that gets amazing MPG please share in the comments below.
If you want to share your year, make, model and MPG it’s always great to see what others are averaging in their travels.
From my first fill-up in Tok (I’m putting my Chicken, AK top off in the Canada numbers) to my last fill-up just before crossing the Canadian border.