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June '21

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38 • RV PRO • June 2021 rv-pro.com often, though, he'll find a way – we gave him a week-and-a-half to build three prototypes and he got it done." Lessner has personally taken prototype units out for test runs for evaluation and assessments. "I towed one prototype 6,500 miles on dealer visits just to figure out what holds up and what doesn't, so we could make tweaks and make overall improvements to the chassis. If we're going to sell it, we want to know how well-designed it is," he says. "The Rove is the culmination of all that hard work and listening to our dealers." The Biden Administration's plans for infra- structure improvements is on Lessner's radar and how it will affect the RV industry, as well as those who enjoy RVing. Equally important are campground updates and improvements. "If we're selling RVs and people have a tough time traveling or finding a place to camp, then what are we doing? And if there's anything good that came out of COVID, it's that people are The Rove Lite features Hydro-Lite construction that the company says makes it impervious to water. The Rove Lite galley features a solid-surface kitchen countertop and table, wood-grain cabinets, a two-burner stainless-steel stovetop and a single- bowl stainless-steel sink. The Rove Lite's dinette at the front of the trailer converts to a sleeping area for two.

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