Proper preparation and gear are essential to avoid winter camping problems. Let’s look at five winter camping challenges and how to avoid them. 1. Keeping holding tanks from freezing After a weekend of winter camping, the next step is to pull into the dump station to empty your tanks. You then pull the dump valve […]
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 […]
Motor Home Specialist is proud to sponsor this article. To say the new 2019 Foretravel Realm FS6 is impressive is an understatement. This high-end coach has a Luxury Villa Spa floorplan unlike any other diesel pusher on the market. At 45 feet long, this coach has four slideouts and the rare luxury of two full […]
As the RV industry continues to grow, the RVs themselves are shrinking. Huge, 40-foot rigs are still the ideal for many. However, innovative manufacturers are competing to cram all the comforts of a Class A into smaller and more manageable spaces. Some say that bigger is better, but these tiny campers may convince you otherwise. 1. Tentmushi Mini Camper Designed […]
Motor Home Specialist is proud to sponsor this article. The latest motorhomes are here at Motor Home Specialist with lots of impressive new features. These top of the line coaches aren’t only big enough for the whole family but they come with residential appliances, high-end entertainment options and more. We got a look inside these […]
Motor Home Specialist is proud to sponsor this article. RV shows often have the best prices people can find on RVs. The problem is, once the shows are over for the year, those low event prices can be hard to find. Unless you’re ready to buy and have already done research online, the high-pressure environment […]
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? […]
During a recent trip traveling along the California-Nevada border and the eastern Sierras, the deep-cycle batteries in my RV weren’t recharging well. We had been boondocking every night along the way and the nights were cold, dropping into the twenties most of the time. We moved almost every day, so between the charge line in […]
It is a crisp fall afternoon. In the distance across the yellowed stalks of the autumn agricultural fields near Dacono, the Colorado Rocky Mountains stand against an azure sky. We are at the EarthRoamer facility, where four dozen or so workers bustle about zipping under vehicles, working in the wood shop, installing miles of colored […]
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The classic RV sewer hose explosion is funny until it happens to you. As a full-time RVer you’ll need to learn how to avoid being the butt of dump station jokes.