RV gets stuck on Golden Gate Bridge toll lane. Follow this best tip to drive your RV through highway toll lanes and you won’t end up like he did.
Want to end your RV trip in a body bag? Here’s how to get injured or die in the national parks on your next summer adventure.
If you think your RV water is safe, think again. You could be drinking contaminated campground water.
Yes, high winds can flip RVs but rarely when you’re parked. Here’s how to minimize the impact that breezy days have on your stationary RV.
Staying safe on the road isn’t complicated. Follow these simple RVing safety tips for uninterrupted fun on the road to adventure.
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 […]
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 […]
Learn how to maneuver and back up your RV by following these suggestions from the road. In no time you will be driving like a seasoned pro.
Want to get where you’re going in one piece? If you own a trailer or want to buy one, pay attention to these four tips to avoid a trailer sway wreck.
Is campground crime real or imagined? Police blotters show one thing, RVers discuss it and often reveal something totally different.
Leaves are turning and temperatures are dropping in North America’s mountains. For moose, that means one thing: rutting season. This annual mating ritual is a sight to behold but requires treating the giant creatures with extra respect. Don’t do it and you could die. Here’s where to go and what NOT to do when you […]