Mountain Directory: A Guide For Truckers And Drivers

Are you a Trucker, do you own an R.V. maybe you like travailing in your motorhome. If so this is the directory for you. With this Ebook Mountain Directory you will learn the things you need to know to stay safe while out on the open road.


Introducing the Mountain Directory Ebooks!

From the author, RW:

When customers find out that I’m from Kansas, they often say, “Kansas?  What can you tell me about mountain passes if you’re from Kansas?”  But after they hear my story, they cut me a little slack.  (By the way, did you know that there was once a researcher with too much government grant money who determined that Kansas actually is flatter than a pancake?)

When I was a kid in the early 60’s my parents owned a 16 foot Mobil Scout travel trailer.  We pulled that trailer all over the western United States and Canada with a 1962 Chevy with a 283 cubic inch engine and a three speed on the column.  So I learned to love mountains and I learned to love traveling the wide open spaces of our great land.  With that small trailer and the reliable Chevy, we never had any problems climbing or descending grades.

In an attempt to make mountain driving a little safer for truckers and RV’ers, R&R Publishing Inc. has been collecting and mountainpublishing information about mountain passes and steep grades since 1993.

The Mountain Directory Ebooks give the locations and descriptions of over 700 mountain passes and steep grades in 22 states.

There is an old saying among over-the-road truckers. “There are two kinds of drivers — those who’ve been in trouble on a mountain grade, and those who will be.” Unfortunately, this also applies to many RVers. Trucks and RVs have similar problems regarding weight, engine power, and braking in mountainous terrain.

Because of this it is necessary for you to know the different grades of the hill so you can best prepared for your drive weather it is up hill or down.


Travel with safety – safety from knowledge and information about navigating through the Mountain Grades and Terrain.