Dealing with propane gas scares many people. Yet, it's an excellent solution for energy-intensive jobs like heating water and warming the air in your motorhome or trailer. Here's why the gas in your RV is safe, and tips for ongoing inspection to make sure it stays that way.
We've tested many brands of drinking water safe hoses over the years, and sadly the bulk of them are terrible. Sure, the initial purchase price is low. But you end replacing them over and over because they simply don't hold up - making "cheap" water hoses more expensive than you think.
Solar power is one of the most confusing topics for RV travelers in general, and it really shouldn’t be. Its a simple technology that adds free power to your RV's batteries and it just works. For most people, it’s the obvious choice for extending their off-grid camping time.
DIY tire care can be easy if you know what to look for and you have a systematic maintenance routine. Speaking as a long-time RV traveler, you do not want to end up in a situation where you’re waiting for someone else to show up to cure a tire problem. These seven steps will keep you rolling.
One of the great perks of RV ownership is having your own bathroom wherever you go. There’s only one small price to be paid for this convenience:dumping the waste tanks. Here's what to know about this essential but not-so-pleasant task.