RV Drivers Hit the Road Despite High Gas Prices

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Soaring gasoline prices are painful for commuters, but imagine how the guy behind the wheel of a bus-sized motor home feels. The average big motor-home gets somewhere between 7 and 9 mpg, but RV drivers are staying on the road despite high gas prices.

Patty Murray reports from Wisconsin Public Radio.



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