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 […]
Try these two easy, safe ways to eliminate noisy RV slide out and window squeaks with 3-in-One RV maintenance products.
Protect your RV from delamination by following the easy way to seal RV seams with Dicor Lap Sealant.
Battle Born Batteries is proud to sponsor this article. Lithium ion batteries are nothing new in the consumer RV industry. Yet, hi-tech electronics, appliances, and the use of mobile devices in RVs are—and they all cry for portable power. Although 12-volt lead acid batteries have been proven over the test of time, lithium ion batteries […]
During our RV adventures across the Western U.S., my wife and I may go weeks without staying in a conventional campground with hook ups. Dispersed camping in the boondocks is our preferred place to camp. It’s quiet, typically close to the places we want to explore, and the price is right. While there many ways […]
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.