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Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Boondocking

Boondocking: Shake, rattle and roll

  Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Dear Bob, I've just begun boondocking and have traveled down some bumpy dirt roads looking for...

Use an engine monitor to drive safer and cheaper

By Greg Illes In 1996, the U.S. auto manufacturers began adhering to (another) new standard. This time it was the Onboard Diagnostic Port, or OBD...

Is your RV fresh water safe?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Many of us laughed ourselves silly at the old TV show detective, Monk. The poor guy couldn't touch door...

Block hot summer sun with sunblocker side system

Don't put up with the heat and glare of early morning or late afternoon sun coming in under the sides of your awning. The...

Swing your wall heater out for better coverage

By Greg Illes We've been running non-fan-driven heaters for quite a while now, for all the well-known reasons: outstanding propane efficiency, zero battery usage, silent...

What inflation to run when changing ply rating or tire size?

RV Tire Safety with RV tire expert Roger Marble Following a few different RV forums, I see a number of people that clearly do not...

Temperature controlled shower unit – high-end but so comfortable

By Greg Illes Many modern homes enjoy the benefits of a temperature-controlled shower. No more hot and cold valves, but rather one handle for setting...
Boondocking

Water, water, everywhere. Do you have enough to drink?

  By Bob Difley The top three reasons — maybe four — why you may have to abandon your boondocking campsite are all the result...

Save money when buying LED lighting for your RV

  By Dave Helgeson Conserving 12 volt power is one of the many fundamentals of becoming a seasoned boondocker. Replacing the incandescent lights in your RV...

Keep mildew away with compact dehumidifier

It's only natural during the rainy season to close our RV windows to keep the heat in and the rain out. That's all good,...

Keep your cat (and yourself) warm with a “cat” heater

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   While our own four-footed feline thinks our "cat" heater was made just for her, "cat" stands for catalytic....

Collapsible colander folds flat saving storage space

I've never heard any RVers complain about having too much storage space in their rig. Usually the complaints are more likely to be the...
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