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Wednesday, September 18, 2019
RV Electricity

RV Electricity – Is it a leak or a noisy water heater element?

By Mike Sokol From the Redwood Owners Forum, My water heater started to make a noise tonight. It sounded like a leak. After fiddling around a...
RV Tire Safety

Tips for better fuel economy, especially for Class A motorhomes

RV Tire Safety with RV tire expert Roger Marble Smartway is a program from the EPA that is supposed to help truckers select tires that have...

What’s in your RV emergency tool kit?

By Bob Difley It is always a dilemma: Your RV is limited in carrying and storage capacity. You have to make decisions of what you...

RV batteries go dead, even while plugged into shore power

  RV batteries go dead, even while plugged into shore power Dear Gary, What runs off the electrical when you're at an RV park? Been here two...
RV Electricity

RV Electricity – Q&A on installing a pedestal at home

From the RV Travel reader comments Q: I want to install a 30-amp box hookup on a stand in my RV concrete slab in my...
RV Electricity

RV Electricity Issue 13 – Road Signs – YWYD

YWYD (You're wasting your dad – pass it on) As many of you know, I’m an adjunct professor at a music conservatory that’s part of a...
RV Electricity

RV Electricity – Road Signs – Stone Soup

We should all remember the story of Stone Soup, where a weary and hungry traveler comes into town looking for a meal. But none...

RV comes with a big soaking bathtub!

  By Andrew Robinson As many RV manufacturers evolve from building RVs as vehicles to use for recreation into building them for mobile homes, we have yet another entry into the...
maintenance and repair

Is it time for some new wheels?

By Greg Illes No, not slang for a new car/vehicle, but literally new wheels. When I was a kid, snazzy wheels were the easiest way...
RV Electricity

How to protect yourself from ungrounded power

Dear Readers, I just had the opportunity to write about something I’ve never previously discussed in any RVtravel article or forum – but I believe...

Help keep your RV warm or cool with vent pillow

By Bob Difley Roof vents are a terrific feature of RVs. They allow a flow of air to circulate through the RV, light to help...
maintenance and repair

Video: How to protect trailer hitch from rust and corrosion with WD-40

The following is courtesy of WD-40 Trailer hitches get a lot of exposure to the elements on highways, even when stored outside, leaving them at...
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