Van Life

By Everett Potter Airstream, the 91-year-old company that launched the silver bullet trailer decades ago, continues its forward march with motorhomes designed to get you out on the road and keep you there, at least for a while. The company’s new Rangeline Touring Coach is a vehicle for the nomadic

By Everett Potter Bowlus, a leader in performance luxury recreation vehicles, has unveiled the world’s first production all-electric RV, the Volterra luxury travel trailer. The Volterra is fully electric-powered, with a 100-percent increase in battery capacity from previous models. It also offers the first application of AeroSolar™ in the RV

By Everett Potter There’s a new luxury van on the market called the Jayco Terrain 19Y that is likely to give some serious competition to the current crop of vehicles created to pair rugged adventure with creature comforts. Jayco is owned by Thor Industries, which also owns Airstream. It’s been

By Brian E. Clark Like a lot of small business owners, Harley Sitner was greatly concerned about his company’s survival in the early days of the pandemic.  But for Seattle-based Peace Vans – which rents VW buses and Mercedes vans for road trips in the Northwest – the Covid headwinds

By Everett Potter Airstream, Inc., the maker of the iconic “silver bullet” travel trailer, has just announced a new vehicle that’s a partnership with Pottery Barn, a portfolio brand of Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE: WSM). You can credit the pandemic, which has driven the current craze for RV travel and the

By Julie Snyder The plan was simple enough. Point Van Go due north for the four-hour drive to Port Townsend, Washington, visit some friends living there, and overnight at a vintage hotel. The next day, head west to the Pacific Coast for beach time, then south to Lake Quinault Lodge