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Ask Dave: What can I do about fluctuating fridge temperature?

Answers to questions about RV Repair and Maintenance from RV expert Dave Solberg, author of the "RV Handbook" and the managing editor of the...

Beware buying an RV with evidence of water leak

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Among the pet peeves of a prominent RV technician – customers who bring him an RV with a roof...

Ask Dave: Can a water leak be fixed without a whole new roof? Is it even worth fixing?

Answers to questions about RV Repair and Maintenance from RV expert Dave Solberg, author of the "RV Handbook" and the managing editor of the...

Ask Dave: Is there a recommended amount of miles for wheel bearing replacement?

Answers to questions about RV Repair and Maintenance from RV expert Dave Solberg, author of the "RV Handbook" and the managing editor of the...

Truck washes could spell danger. One damaged our RV and others too

Every season bequeaths our traveling homes road grime, bugs and dirt. In dry desert climes, our diesel pusher tends to get dirty quite often....

RV Consumer Support: Dash gauges go down

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If your RV dash gauges go down, life can get particularly complicated. Our RVtravel.com Consumer Support staff heard from...

RV Consumer Support: Dometic RV refrigerator won’t start

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Our RVtravel.com Consumer Support staff got a "help me out" request from reader Gary B. It seems that the...

Pinterest may be your gateway to building your own RV (or fixing the one you have)

When you need to figure out how to do something with your RV, buy something you think you can’t live without, or just want...

Ask Dave: Quality debate: How can one “maintain” a product that was poorly made to begin with?

Answers to questions about RV Repair and Maintenance from RV expert Dave Solberg, author of the "RV Handbook" and the managing editor of the...

RV Tire Safety: What “size” are your tires? Part 2 – “ST” and “LT”

By Roger Marble This is Part 2 of a 3-part series. Last week in Part 1, I covered Passenger (P) car type/size tires. This week we...