Some RVers have learned the hard way when do-it-yourself electricians “plumb in” new RV electrical hookups at a campground. What happens sometimes is the campground will wire in 220 volts, when it should only be 120 volts, which results in high-voltage problems such as smoked wiring and burnt-out electronics. On the other hand, low voltage […]
Got a leaky trailer or coach and don`t know where to start? Here are a few tips and insight on taking the right measures on how to prevent leaks in your RV.
Take a 10,000-foot look at tackling annual RV maintenance whether you`re on or off the road to ensure worry-free travels.
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.
RV park bans on vehicle repairs and maintenance is one of the biggest hassles full-time RVers encounter on the open road. Here’s how to deal with it.
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.
4×4 conversion kits are not uncommon for truck mods, but this RVer added one to his Coachmen Class C that delivers superior results for beach camping.
Weight distribution hitches have long been the ideal solution for smooth, trouble-free towing. They mean the difference between an easy towing experience and a not-so-enjoyable one, especially in bad weather, rough road conditions, or when weight is a concern. Why Do You Need a Weight Distribution Hitch? In fact, weight is the number one factor […]
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.
Upgrading to a hybrid hot water heating system is not difficult to pursue. In fact, it’s a convenient – and environmentally-friendly – in place of traditional six-gallon water heaters when hot h2o is frequently needed while on the road.
If you’ve stayed put all summer (like we have) and you’re preparing to leave, don’t turn the key just yet. First, take a gander at these full-time departure tips to help get you back into the swing of things.