Purpose of the Club
The purpose of the Diesel RV Club is to serve all Family Motor Coach Association members with an interest in diesel powered motorhomes and coaches – whether Type A, B or C – in how to maintain them, how to get maximum performance, and how to keep repair costs to a minimum. The Chapter will host rallies which combine social and technical programs for the purpose of:
Anyone is eligible to visit one of our events as a guest prior to joining. We look forward to making your acquaintance.
Diesel RV Club operates a technical discussion forum that is an integral part of the Club. http://forum.dieselrvclub.org
The Forum can be accessed from both desktop and laptop computers as well as mobile devices. The Forum is for FMCA members and non-members alike since the topics addressed are common to all coach owners. Since non-FMCA members participate in the Forum, a separate login is required.
There is no cost to participate in the Technical Forum. Since membership in the Diesel RV Club is not required in order to participate in the Forum, a separate registration is required. Stated differently, even though a Diesel RV Club member has registered for the Club's website, the member will also have to register for the discussion forum as well.
To go to the forum click on Forum in the menu bar above.
To see the recent Forum activity: Latest Posts
FMCA’s RV Marketplace
Here is a quick link to the Family Motor Coach Association's RV Marketplace with information on vendors, exhibitors and advertisers.
We use Wild Apricot, the Membership
At a Glance
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Travelore, the Club’s quarterly newsletter, is now available in two popular formats in addition to the print version that is mailed periodically. The Flipbook format is designed as a digital magazine with the ability to see opposing pages, search text, zoom for viewing, etc. in addition to getting the page flipping sounds that accompany it. The PDF version, which has been around for quite a while, supports downloading to your preferred device, and supports viewing one page at a time as well as other standard features of Portable Document Format. Click on one of the images below to view the current version.
Wounded Warrior Project is a veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs, service and events for wounded veterans of the military actions following the events of September 11, 2001. It operates as a nonprofit 501C organization with a mission to "honor and empower Wounded Warriors" of the United States Armed Forces, as well as provide services and programs for the family members of its registered "alumni," as its registered veterans are called.
The Wounded Warrior Project is the official charity sponsored by the Diesel RV Club.