You may not want to use a simple blue tarp if your RV is in storage for the winter. Here’s why.
RVs require all the standard maintenance of your car plus a whole lot more. Use these RV maintenance tips to keep repairs at bay.
Replacing the foam in your RV’s seat cushions is an easy upgrade that can increase your comfort. You will have the ability to customize the firmness level to your comfort level.
Any high pitched or grinding sound heard while towing a travel trailer is never a good thing. However, the annoying sound of a hitch ball squeak is easily remedied.
Having these maintenance and repair items will prepare you for common issues that come up on the road and help prevent further damage.
Does your RV have an old protective film covering the exterior paint? Here are 4 easy steps for removing the film and making your RV look like new again.
A little preventative maintenance could save you from a big tire blowout this summer. It will also help prolong the life of your RV tires.
If you just have a simple roof vent in your RV, here’s how you can add a cheap 12V fan to it for better air circulation.
Whether you’re in an RV or a house, laundry is a fact of life. For this reason, many RVers consider putting a washer and dryer in their rig. Here are the pros and cons of doing so.
Do you want a Class A coach, Class C RV, travel trailer, truck camper, camper van, etc.? Ask yourself these four questions before spending money on a new rig.