Boot Camps

Keep Safe

Most RV accidents happen because the driver is unfamiliar with his coach or does not understand the rules of the road as they apply to large vehicle operation.

Keep Centered

This C-class motor home was riding the center line on a two lane road that was curving to the left. A truck towing a fifth-wheel trailer was coming in the opposite direction, riding the center line.

The C-class caught the fifth-wheel which was pushed sideways into the path of a small station wagon, totally wrecking the wagon, the fifth wheel trailer and the C-class motor home. This accident would never have happened if both drivers had been centered in their lanes.

Beware of Rear Swing-Out

The design of motor homes places a large percentage of the vehicle behind the rear wheels. The driver of this vehicle made a number of mistakes:

  • He was not aware of the effects of rear swing-out
  • He was not watching his mirrors
  • He had not taken the time to assess all of the hazards surrounding his vehicle. Had the driver checked just one of the above, this accident could have been prevented.

Adjust and Watch the Mirrors

When making a turn in your motor home, it is necessary to always be aware of what is along side your coach.
There is only one way you can do this and that is by checking your properly adjusted convex mirrors as you make your turn.
If your mirrors are not properly adjusted, it is only a matter of time until you will hit something.

Leave a Space Cushion, Don't Follow Too Close

At 55 MPH your RV is traveling 64 feet per second.

To stop a vehicle you need to SEE-THINK-DO. Total stopping distance is the distance your vehicle will travel from the moment you SEE a hazard, THINK, decide to stop and DO, place your foot on the brake pedal until you stop. SEE-THINK takes about 3/4 of a second, DO takes another 3/4 of a second and if you have Air Brakes, add another 1/2 second for Air Brake Lag.

Do you understand why it's important to have a space cushion when driving a large vehicle and why you should sign up for RV Boot Camp?

Class B Boot Camp

If you’ve purchased of a 42’ or 45’ motor home, (housecar) the State of California requires that you obtain a noncommercial Class B license. Driving a motor home over 40’ without a noncommercial Class B license is driving out of class, which means you are driving illegally!  

To obtain a
n original noncommercial Class B license, a driver must:

  • Complete an application for a driver license
  • Pay the application fee
  • Submit a Health Questionnaire dated not more than two years prior to the date of your application
  • Pass the basic Class C law test (unless you qualified for a Class C license within the past 12 months)
  • Pass the Noncommercial Class B Vehicles test
  • Pass a vision test
  • Pass a Pre-Trip Inspection

All applicants for a Class B license are required to demonstrate knowledge of the vehicle they are driving and must express this knowledge to the DMV examiner in a specific order. We show you how to do this in the correct sequence, using the proper verbiage.

Understand an Air Brake Test

Most commercial vehicles and large diesel housecars use Air Brakes to stop. As part of the Pre-trip inspection test for a CDL, a driver must demonstrate knowledge of how an Air Brake system works and how to check it. Noncommercial Class B applicants are not required to pass this portion of the test, but all Class B Boot Camp Grads will be proficient in the Air Brake Test.


The SKILLS TEST is designed to test how well you can maneuver a vehicle. At Class B Boot Camp we will show you:

  1. Forward Stop/Straight Line Backing
  2. Right Turns 
  3. Alley Docking 
  4. Parallel Parking (Conventional)

Pass a Road Test

When you take Class B Boot Camp we work with you to pass your written exam, know how to do your pretrip and we show you how to become proficient in all of the skills required to Ace the road test. Class B Boot Camp grads do not commit Critical Driving Errors!

Critical Driving Errors

If at any time during the Road portion of the Exam the driver commits a Critical Driving Error, the applicant will fail the test.

Critical Driving Errors

  • Intervention by examiner
  • Strikes object/curb
  • Disobeys traffic sign, signal or law
  • Disobeys safety personnel
  • Dangerous maneuvers
  • Speeding
  • Auxiliary equipment use
  • Lane violation

We will walk you through every part of the test procedure so you'll know what to expect. We take the worry out of the process and make the Class B license much easier to attain! Call us today to setup your appointment for Class B Boot Camp. Toll Free 1-866-976-7878

Vehicle Pre-Trip Check List 2020

NEW 2020 Pre-Trip
RV Basic Training Pre-Trip Check List
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Driver Training for Everyone!

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Various Types of Boot Camp for Everyone!

  • Individual One on One Driver Training
  • Corporate Driver Training - Safety Training
  • Mobile Medical Driver Training
  • Fifth Wheel Driver Training
  • Trailer Towing Training
  • Housecar License Training 40+ Feet
  • Group Driver Training and Special Events
  • Non-Commercial Class A & Class B Recreation Vehicle License

If you don't see the type of driver training you need in the list above please call us;

RV Driving Course Manual

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$30.00 USD

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Trailer Towing Training Manual

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Air Brake Test Explained 2018

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RV Headsets for Safety

New Headsets - Modern High Tech
New Stock -  New Model Available!

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You receive a pair of RV Headsets for $359.90 One for the Driver and one for the Spotter!
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We are looking for Trainers

If you have a passion for RVing, have a CDL in good standing with a valid
instructors permit and would like to be part of our growing team.
Contact Gary today.

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