A vote of the membership in late 2017 has made those services and benefits available to a wider audience of RV owners. Prior to this vote, motorhomes — motorized RVs — had been the focus of the member-owned club, which dates back to 1963.
“We’re excited to be able to use the expertise and knowledge FMCA has developed over the years within the motorhome realm to now serve the needs and interests of owners of all self-contained RVs. After all, the RV lifestyle is more about people than it is about the equipment RVers have chosen for their travels,” stated FMCA President Jon Walker.
Benefits offered by FMCA include: a tire-purchasing program; special member-only rates on roadside assistance; mobile Internet plans from Verizon and Sprint; RV insurance; a monthly magazine in print and digital formats; and the FMCAssist Medical Emergency and Travel Assistance Plan, valued at $105 per family and included in the annual dues.
The cost to join FMCA is $60 for the first year and $50 per year thereafter. The first-year fee includes a set of membership plates to display on one’s RV. Multiyear dues discounts are available.
FMCA is unique among the major RV clubs, because it is the only one owned and governed by its membership.
To join or to learn more, visit FMCA.com or call (800) 543-3622 or (513) 474-3622.