Keeping the rubber on the road can be tiresome, particularly for RVers. For example, our tow unit is a 1-ton “dually,” that requires six tires on the pavement, then add the four tires on the trailer we pull (not to mention the spares) and there’s ten tires to be looked after. How about you? Is […]
Think about the last time you tossed an object into the back of your pickup truck and didn’t think twice about it. Most objects stay put but sometimes they don’t. One Canadian recently survived a freak RV towing accident when a flying ratchet tie down caused nearly $6,000 in damage to a truck towing a […]
RV gets stuck on Golden Gate Bridge toll lane. Follow this best tip to drive your RV through highway toll lanes and you won’t end up like he did.
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Most of us picked up on life’s little niceties when we were young, say in kindergarten. Sharing. Taking turns. Working at developing patience. For the most part, we see it in our fellow RVers— courtesy seems like a general rule among most. But still, there are areas where it seems like some need those little […]
Most RVs have two things in common: tires and a patio mat. Sooner or later, the tires and/or items associated with them that spin (brakes, wheels, bearings, etc) will fail you, which should be considered just part of the adventure known as RVing. When this happens, your RV patio mat can come in handy. Spread […]
Save money and the planet by making your own homemade DIY RV cleaners using common household ingredients like essential oil and baby shampoo.
Full-time RVing doesn’t mean you’re camping every day. Learn how to turn your part-time RV into a full-time home in five steps.
If you enjoy free and low cost camping on America’s public lands, it’s a good idea to know the differences between national forests, parks and wilderness areas. Why? Because recreation regulations that apply to one type of public land might be very different on another, and violating them could earn you a hefty fine. Remember: […]
One of the greatest advantages to owning a home on wheels is that you have the option to drive away from Old Man Winter…usually. Unfortunately as many RVers eventually discover, making a fast break from freezing temperatures isn’t always possible. If cross-country winter RV travel sends you into the polar vortex while in your RV, […]
Dispersed free camping on public lands is a great option to avoid crowds, save money on summer RV adventures and makes the most of your self-contained RV. Dispersed camping means thinking outside the campground and creating your own perfect campsite on the millions of acres of public land available to U.S. taxpayers. It’s easy to […]