The minivan might be the smallest van to convert into a camper, but with a little planning and research, these vehicles are the perfect budget-friendly option.
Portable AC units are a great option for RVs for many reasons. They are small, easy to find, and cost-effective compared to RV units to both buy and run.
If you are considering buying a truck camper, you’re going to want to become familiar with camper jacks. Here’s a complete guide on how they work and which ones are best.
A big mess and a lost campsite are two possible outcomes of not using an RV sewer hose weight. Many campgrounds now require the use of an RV sewer hose weight. It is one of many essential RV accessories.
There are many rewards to going off the grid in your RV, but before you go off grid for the first time, you need to become educated, prepared, and well practiced.
Owning an RV can be expensive, but there are lots of low-budget ways to improve your camping experience. In fact, you usually don’t need to look further than the dollar store for some useful camping hacks!
You’re counting on your camper to keep you warm and dry, so RV roof leaks cannot be ignored. To help you out, we’ve assembled a list of 6 of the best sealants and protective coatings to use on your RV roof.
Inevitably, the thought of updating your RV’s interior crosses the mind of every RV owner, because dark and dull isn’t everyone’s favorite way to travel. Here are 5 Simple RV Renovation ideas.
Stop using engine start batteries for deep cycle RV battery applications. If you buy an engine start battery and try to use it as a deep cycle RV battery you will not get the performance you paid for and soon it will fail.
In most cases, your auto policy does not cover your camper, so you will need a separate policy for your camper to cover potential losses. Learn what coverage applies to your type of camper and how to save money on this coverage.