Website publisher shares RV horror stories on Facebook

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Chuck Woodbury, editor and publisher of, the leading website for all things related to the RV lifestyle, was our guest in February on Episode 25 of The Weekly Driver Podcast.

Woodbury discusses many areas of the RV industry, a lack of quality control to the increasing number of people forced to leave their homes in expensive metropolitan areas around the country and now nomads in

Chuck Woodbury, editor and publisher of has a new Facebook group, RV Travel Horrors.
Chuck Woodbury, editor and publisher of has a new Facebook group, RV Travel Horrors. Image Courtesy of Chuck Woodbury

Woodbury, who has traveled throughout the world in an RV for many years, is an advocate for more regulations and watchdog programs for RV buyers. He believes the industry is ripe with shoddy manufacturing, and it needs more qualified repair technicians.

Horror stories abound in the RV industry, which is why Woodbury and his staff recently started the Facebook Group called RV Horror Stories.

The purpose, according to Woodbury:

“A gathering place from the editors of for RVers to discuss serious defects with their RVs they are unable to get resolved.

The response has been impressive. Dozens of letter writers among the page’s quickly building followers share their RV horror stories. Page followers write passionately about their RV experiences, whether as a hobbyist or full-time RVer.

Please tell anyone you know who is looking to buy an RV, or anyone who owns a lemon RV, to join this group.

RV Horror Stories is also in a partnership with a live Facebook webcast Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. Central Time called The Angry RVer. Woodbury and host Allen Warren discuss the industry and encourage participation.

Check out the Facebook Group, RV Horror Stories


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