In our previous article, we discussed how to maximize the use of your RV and get the most out of your investment. Now let’s take a look at ways to maximize the value of your RV when it comes time to sell or trade it. 1. Use it! As I covered in the last installment, […]
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.
It’s important to give your RV a thorough wash and wax every six months to keep it looking as good as new. Bugs, bird droppings, and grime from the road can leave stains and screw up your RV’s paint job if they are not cleaned properly. Waxing also helps protect your RV from the sun’s […]
Did you take the plunge and buy your first RV at one of the RV shows this winter? Are you getting ready to hit the road and head out on your first camping trip? Listed below is a brief, yet important checklist to ensure a great and safe season without any problems. 1. Choose the […]
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.
RV mods and upgrades don’t always have to take weeks or months. These simple ideas from iRV2 members should only take you about an hour or less and they’ll make a huge difference. 1. Get rid of odors with a holding tank vent Average time: 10-20 minutes These holding tank vents can be attached to […]
You’ve probably had people tell you to “be positive” or “don’t worry.” While optimism is a valuable trait in many situations, you shouldn’t let it prevent you from knowing what to do in a crisis or buying the right emergency gear. In-the-moment emergency supplies Window breaker/Seatbelt cutter tool: If your RV is in an accident and ends […]
Do you need to lose weight? No, I don’t mean go on a diet or start exercising more. I’m talking about trailer weight—you know, those extra pounds that stack up every time you buy a souvenir or invest in a new DVD player for your RV. According to the RVSEF, about 60% of travel trailers exceed […]
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 […]
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.