Stephen Vivona

Stephen Vivona


Recent posts by Stephen Vivona

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5 Tips for Keeping Your Van Cool When the Weather Gets Hot

By Stephen Vivona on Jul 8, 2020 10:44:53 AM

Many of us want to experience the outdoors in all its moods and seasons. But sometimes that means enduring chilly or hot conditions. Therefore, our home on the road needs to be a reliable sanctuary from these weather extremes. We Southern Arizonans have one of the most challenging environments in the U.S., so we get to practice our heat-management skills often! For instance, over the last three weeks we have had numerous days that ranged from 104 to 109 degrees. The upside is that the intensity of Tucson’s summer heat has allowed MVAV to design and thoroughly test the strategies and technologies that we use to keep our Sprinters cool and comfy no matter the extremes of the weather.

Topics: road trips
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The MVAV Adventure Van Buyer’s Guide

By Stephen Vivona on Jun 16, 2020 10:18:59 AM

OK, you want to buy an RV. It should be simple, right? Well, because there are so many sizes and brands it can be a confusing process. Since this is a substantial purchase, you really need to get it right. There are many helpful resources for advice on the Web but here is our summary of how to find the right RV for you.

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4WD: Is it 4 You?

By Stephen Vivona on Jun 4, 2020 8:19:06 AM

4WD: Is it 4 You?

Topics: 4WD
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The Family that Sprinters Together, Stays Together

By Stephen Vivona on May 18, 2020 6:28:03 AM

Two months ago, the COVID virus rudely interrupted our world. So many elements of our life were put on hold due to the unprecedented changes and challenges. We were shocked and scared as everything seemed to disappear…our jobs, schools, restaurant visits, entertainment, vacations, and of course, toilet paper!

Topics: road trips
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Why I Sprint(er)

By Stephen Vivona on Apr 29, 2020 7:47:54 PM

My earliest memories are of wheels. Wheels on toy cars, wheels on tricycles, and wheels on bicycles. Why? Simply put, wheels represented freedom to me. They took me places. They allowed my imagination to run wild and to fulfill my dreams.

Topics: Inside MVAV

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