Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. What does FMA stand for?

Q2. What is the Fleetwood Motorhome Association

Q3. How long has FMA been organized?

Q4. How many members does FMA have?

Q5. How do I join the FMA?

Q6. Do I receive a membership card?

Q7. Does the FMA have regional or other type chapters?

Q8. How is FMA governed?

Q9. How often are elections held?

Q10. Does FMA have rallies?

Q11. What do these rallies offer?

Q12. Is there a charge for motor home service at the rallies?

Q13. Can FMA members invite owners of other brands of motor homes to any of the planned rallies?

Q14. Can FMA members invite friends to attend any of the three planned rallies as their guests?

Q15. Can FMA members bring children/grandchildren to the three planned rallies?

Q16. Can owners of Fleetwood motor homes that are not members of FMA attend the rallies?

Q17. What is the method used to communicate with FMA members?

Q18. How do I notify the membership Chairperson on a change in address, email address, telephone number or change of motor home?


Q. What does FMA stand for?

A. FMA is the acronym for Fleetwood Motorhome Association.

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Q. What is the Fleetwood Motorhome Association

A. FMA is an association for owners of all Fleetwood and American Coach motor homes of any year or vintage.

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Q. How long has FMA been organized?

A. The governing documents for the association were prepared and approved by the interim Board of Directors in May, 2008.

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Q. How many members does FMA have?

A. At the present time the membership is over 1,000 members.

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Q. How do I join the FMA?

A. Member applications may be found on the FMA website, click on join us and complete the application.

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Q. Do I receive a membership card?

A. Yes, a plastic identification card is provided to all members showing your name, membership number, year joined and a list of important telephone numbers of Fleetwood Service and chassis manufactures.

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Q. Does the FMA have regional or other type chapters?

A. Yes.  Currently there are three chapters of the FMA. Information on each can be found on this website. 

Chapters can be formed by members who share common interests, live in the same region of the country, or who just want to get together to share the RV lifestyle Chapter. Formation guidelines and sample chapter bylaws can be found on the "Chapters" page on this website.  Please contact the FMA President for additional information.

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Q. How is FMA governed?

A. FMA is an independent 503 C 3 non- profit organization. Elected officers of FMA serve on the Board of Directors and consist of the following:  President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Eastern Regional Director, Western Regional Director, Diesel Resource Director and Gasoline Resource Director.  Additionally, the immediate Past President and  one representative appointed by Fleetwood RV serve on the Board of Directors with full voting rights.

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Q. How often are elections held?

A. The elections take place annually at the National Rally. The offices are for two year terms and they are staggered among the officers.

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Q. Does FMA have rallies?

A. There are three planned rallies a year.  The Eastern area rally is in January in Florida, the Western area rally is in March or April in western states, often Arizona, and a National Rally is held in the summer in the Central US.  Check this website for specific dates and locations.

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Q. What do these rallies offer?

A. Food, entertainment, seminars, vendors, fellowship and service provided by Fleetwood Technicians as well as suppliers of products that are used in the manufacturing of your motor home.

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Q. Is there a charge for motor home service at the rallies?

A. Labor will be provided at no charge, compliments of Fleetwood RV.  All components replaced which qualify for supplier or Fleetwood RV warranty will be provided at no charge to the customer.  Any components replaced that are not within either the supplier or Fleetwood RV warranty term limitations will be provided at a cost to the customer, but at a significantly discounted price.  This special component pricing only applies to services provided at a Rally and may exclude some components.  

A service request form must be submitted prior to each rally.  Additional information concerning rally repair guidelines as well as rally service request sign up can be found on this website under each specific rally.  

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Q. Can FMA members invite owners of other brands of motor homes to any of the planned rallies?

A. Yes.

Q. Can FMA members invite friends to attend any of the three planned rallies as their guests?

A. Yes. Guests of members must reside in the members coach and a guest fee paid for the rally in order to participate in any rally activities.

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Q. Can FMA members bring children/grandchildren to the three planned rallies?

A. Yes. Children and grandchildren of members are encouraged to attend. They must be residing in the members coach and additional fees are required as outlined on the registration form.

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Q. Can owners of Fleetwood motor homes that are not members of FMA attend the rallies?

A. Yes, FMA does not restrict any Fleetwood motor home owner from coming to the rallies. They are likely to leave the rally with a membership card.

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Q. What is the method used to communicate with FMA members?

A. The primary methods are through the web site and electronic email.

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Q. How do I notify the membership Chairperson on a change in address, email address, telephone number or change of motor home?

A. When you log on to this website, go to "View Profile" and update/edit the new information. It is especially important to keep your email address up to date.


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