In many cases a break or leak in an RV water supply line is often a literal snap to repair. That’s because they are not buried inside walls and are usually accessible and easy to fix. Here’s how.
For years, some representatives in the tire industry have been pushing the idea of using nitrogen-filled tires instead of air. The arguments for using this inert gas for tire inflation are myriad. Nitrogen molecules are larger than oxygen molecules and are less permeable. The result? Tires with nitrogen keep the proper pressure longer. This means […]
If you’re not a fan of cold winters, now’s the time to start planning your snowbird escape. If this isn’t in your plans this winter, here’s how you can ensure your RV is safely tucked away for winter storage and in top form come the spring.
Greasing your axle bearings is important for both safety and smooth travels, but take extra steps to ensure all related components are in good working order.
Whether you’re a newbie (or a seasoned veteran who needs a refresher every now and then), here is our version of Tank Dumping 101- plus a few extra tips you may not know.
Let`s call them Ann and Carl. Rolling down a California interstate, Ann detected a flat tire. Carl steered the rig off on the next exit and checked his tires. Flat tire wasn’t the word for it – anything remotely resembling rubber was wrapped around the axle and what was left of a wheel had ground […]
Leveling systems are often available as an option or can be purchased separately and provide your RV with optimum stability.
Towing a second vehicle with your Motorhome offers a great means to further enjoy your lifestyle on the road. Planning destinations within a destination, having easier access to remote areas for outdoor activities, or making quick runs to a nearby grocery store are just a few of the conveniences of having a compact, second vehicle […]
When it comes time to properly store your unit in preparation for a long cold winter or when you will not be using it for a season, some RV owners begin to wonder about the best methods of caring for their investments and how to maintain its spiffy, shiny finish. The question they usually have […]
Seems like the male of the species gets all the blame for having no senses. I know, we get blamed for not having any sense, either, but in this case, I do mean “senses,” as in sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste. When it comes to RVing, most of us guys are smart enough to […]
One good thing about not trading in your RV too quickly—you get to find out which “fixes” you have put to work really are fixes, and which ones you might just as well have done without. Over the years that we’ve had the pleasure of writing this column for RV Life, we’ve shared some things […]