2020 Seminars by Trey Selman!

Trey Selman – RV Weighing and Tire Safety Specialist for RV Safety & Education Foundation since 2013. Trey and his wife Susan are full time RVers, who have been living and working on the road since 2011. They enjoy helping RVers understand weight and tire issues so they can travel safely. In addition to teaching about weight and tire safety, they help develop and produce video training for the foundation. Trey also serves the foundation as an information technician.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2020

 

10:00AM - Properly Matching Trucks to RV Trailers

Gain a better understanding of the language, concepts and standards used by truck and trailer manufacturers.  Learn about truck and trailer ratings. For the safest possible travel and RV enjoyment it is important to properly match a truck and trailer while staying within vehicle ratings.

 

12:00PM - iPlanMyTrip - Tools to Help Plan and Prepare for Travel

Planning your travel has never been easier with digital tools. There are many campground locators, weather apps for safety, fuel cost, locating cool places to eat and things to see and do. We will look at some of these great tools to help you enjoy your RV Travel planning.

 

2:00PM       RV Weight and Tire Safety

Receive the knowledge required to assure that their RV is operated within the weight safety limitations established by the manufacturer, as well as the importance of the information found on vehicle weight labels. The information in this class is designed to assist owners in understanding and managing their existing weight. The tire portion of the seminar relates to maintenance and care of tires for optimum safety and durability.

 

4:00PM - Driving Safety  

Receive helpful RV driving information and tips, which are intended to help make your driving experience a safe one. With proper attention to the differences in vehicle size, height, and weight, you will find it easy to hit the road in your RV. The major objectives of this program are to increase driver awareness, understand and identify your vehicle, determine conditions that affect driving, and make participants safer drivers.

 

 

 

 

                                             FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2020

 

10:00AM - Preparing for Full-Time RVing

Full-Timing is an exciting adventure. There are several things to consider and ponder. Trey Selman from the RV Safety & Education Foundation along with his wife Susan, have been living full-time in the RV for the past 9 years and will share some of the considerations to face when transitioning and preparing to spending longer periods of time in the RV.

 

 

12:00PM - Properly Matching Trucks to RV Trailers

Gain a better understanding of the language, concepts and standards used by truck and trailer manufacturers.  Learn about truck and trailer ratings. For the safest possible travel and RV enjoyment it is important to properly match a truck and trailer while staying within vehicle ratings.

 

 

2:00PM - iPlanMyTrip - Tools to Help Plan and Prepare for Travel

Planning your travel has never been easier with digital tools. There are many campground locators, weather apps for safety, fuel cost, locating cool places to eat and things to see and do. We will look at some of these great tools to help you enjoy your RV Travel planning.

 

 

4:00PM - RV Weight and Tire Safety

Receive the knowledge required to assure that their RV is operated within the weight safety limitations established by the manufacturer, as well as the importance of the information found on vehicle weight labels. The information in this class is designed to assist owners in understanding and managing their existing weight. The tire portion of the seminar relates to maintenance and care of tires for optimum safety and durability.

 

 

 

 

                                            SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2020

 

10:00AM - RV Weight and Tire Safety

Receive the knowledge required to assure that their RV is operated within the weight safety limitations established by the manufacturer, as well as the importance of the information found on vehicle weight labels. The information in this class is designed to assist owners in understanding and managing their existing weight. The tire portion of the seminar relates to maintenance and care of tires for optimum safety and durability.

 

12:00PM - Personal Safety

The RV Lifestyle is known to be a very safe environment. Personal safety is much more than potential crime. Personal safety encompasses health concerns, weather conditions, driving, emergency roadside procedures, and other travel and recreation concerns. Awareness is a primary safeguard when it comes to safety. Trey Selman from the RV Safety & Education Foundation will review and discuss some of the basics to mitigate risk and prepare for various circumstances that are part of the challenges of life.

 

2:00PM - Properly Matching Trucks to RV Trailers

Gain a better understanding of the language, concepts and standards used by truck and trailer manufacturers.  Learn about truck and trailer ratings. For the safest possible travel and RV enjoyment it is important to properly match a truck and trailer while staying within vehicle ratings.

 

4:00PM - Caring for the RV System by System 

Mechanical, electrical, fresh water and waste water systems that are on our RV. To keep your RV safe and operating properly, there are some important maintenance items we need to check each time we travel and some we need to check yearly.

February 12-15, 2020 

Ford Idaho Center