Spring has sprung and that means it’s time to take the RV out of hibernation. Before heading out on your first RV trip of the year, spend an afternoon going through your unit to make sure everything is in proper working order. If you took the proper steps in winterizing your RV, it should be […]
Whether your RV has been in storage since winter or you live on the road full time, doing some annual spring cleaning will keep your RV dirt free and looking as good as new. These items are great to have on hand while you’re sanitizing and polishing your rig. 1. An all-purpose cleaner First and […]
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 are ten tires to be looked after. How about you? […]
Try these two easy, safe ways to eliminate noisy RV slide out and window squeaks with 3-in-One RV maintenance products.
Sooner or later every towable RVer will experience a flat tire on the tow or towed vehicle. Yes, most of us can summon emergency road service (providing you have cell service) and have the spare tire put on if you are willing to wait hours for the service truck to arrive. It really isn’t that […]
Protect your RV from delamination by following the easy way to seal RV seams with Dicor Lap Sealant.
Is your rear end sagging? Air bag suspension mods for RV trailers and fifth wheels help lift your load, distribute your cargo weight, give better handling and a smoother ride for your RV tow vehicle.
Is your RV tub cracked or grungy? Anyone can tackle a RV bathtub replacement project by following these 13 easy and illustrated steps with video.
Whether you drive a luxury coach or tow a travel trailer, your rig won’t last long unless you follow these critical RV repair tips from RV Life experts.
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.
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 a track […]