Molly Wood and Jeff Cannata unbox this 52,000 pound high tech recreational vehicle loaded with every gadget you'll ever need on a road trip, including flat screen tv's, audio and a high-definition satellite dish.
About 35,000 adults and children flocked to the 44th annual RV Show in Sandy, Utah, just south of Salt Lake City over the weekend. Sixteen RV dealers statewide showcased recreational vehicles. The 300 campers, trailers and motor homes ranged in price from $10,000 to $200,000, just as they ranged in size from two-sleeper fifth wheels to bus-size motor homes. Although many of the vehicles boasted earth-toned interiors, flat-screen TVs and roomy bathrooms, there weren't any big surprises. Several of the luxury RVs offered washer-dryer connections, electric fireplaces, vacuum units and ceiling fans--one Fuzion model had a built-in icemaker; that was a little different. There was also a big offering of motor homes and trailers that doubled as toy-haulers.
Appearing recession proof, the 44th Annual RV Show in Sandy, Utah was more than well attended over the weekend.
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A mini-mansion on wheels.
Two original props from classic dinosaur film franchise "Jurassic Park" are now for sale on eBay, including the velociraptor cage from the first film in 1993.
It's an episode in a day! The Always On crew hit the road in a tricked-out high-tech RV, blasted down the highway from Anaheim to Las Vegas, and then flew home. Along the way, we played "are we there yet" with the Galaxy Note 8 and threw the HTC One out the window.