Has your stinky slinky sprung a leak at one end? Fear not frugal RVer, you can do this RV sewer hose end repair in three easy steps.
Buying a used RV? Be sure to look for signs of RV sidewall delamination before making an offer. Here’s how to recognize this destructive issue in many RVs.
A&E Oasis Elite awnings have been around for years. When they fail, it can cost several hundred to over $1,000 to repair or replace. How about $0 instead?
It’s easy to restring RV window shades but if you swap the plastic shade retainer post with a metal sewing machine bobbin your repair job will last longer.
Replacing RV slider toppers and awnings is easier than you might think, and saves a ton of $ over paying a pro. Check out these tips and get a discount too!
If you are dealing with a spontaneously shattered RV window, here’s how to install a temporary plexiglass and locate a permanent RV glass replacement.
If your RV insert trim along the walls and roof gets cracked because of weather, here’s an easy DIY project to replace it in one morning.
Oops! Did you pull away from your trailer without unplugging? Here’s how to fix a broken 7-way trailer cord on a fifth wheel, trailer or other towable RV.
RV gas springs are designed to fail, it’s just a matter of time. Use this quick mod made from a piece of PVC pipe to avoid having to pay for new springs.
Have you ever wondered how much common RV repairs really cost? Get the skinny about RV repair costs for motorhomes and travel trailers in this infographic.