If you tow a travel trailer, you will need a trailer brake controller in order to brake safely, especially when going down steep grades.
Everyone wants to make sure their family has safe travels. Use these tips to keep your family and your RV safe as you drive to your next destination.
An equalizer hitch will give you a smoother ride, protect your trailer, and stop your car from sagging. Don’t tow your camper trailer without one.
Knowing your trailer’s weight is a must for safety. The BetterWeigh System makes this easy to do with the help of their smartphone app.
Pulling a trailer means driving a big truck. Fortunately, you can put your truck to good use even when it isn’t towing. Check out these clever uses for your truck bed.
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.
Check out this video of a trailer swerving into traffic and overturning on the Garden State Parkway. Thankfully, nobody got hurt.
Check out this modern house-on-wheels from Land Ark RV. It has a gorgeous kitchen, sleeping loft, and even a walk-in shower!
Not sure what kind of RV you want to buy? Check out our list of fifth wheel trailer pros and cons to help choose your dream rig.
Whether you’re RVing fulltime or traveling for vacation, moving day can be stressful. Learn how to make your travel days go smoothly in this article.