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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Full-time RVing: Staying warm — without busting the bank

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris Here's a question from an RV forum: Can you live full time in your RV on $1,000 a month?...
Boondocking

Keeping cool in a spring desert

By Bob Difley Some snowbirds like to stick it out in the desert until the increasing heat thoroughly thaws out their bones before moving north....

RV Electricity – Quick Tips #01 – Sparks

Quick Tips #01 - Turn breakers off before plugging or unplugging Contrary to what you might think, the bright yellow and green sparks you see...

Who can perform a PDI? Who certifies RV technicians?

  Dear Gary, Thank you for the seminars you present.  I find them interesting and informative, especially your advice on getting a PDI (pre-delivery inspection)...

Waterless engine coolant defends against boil-over and corrosion

Evans High Performance Waterless Engine Coolant, EC53001, is specifically designed for all modern, classic, and vintage gasoline engines, light-duty diesels, LP and CNG vehicles....
RV Tire Safety

RV Tire Safety Two front tire “blowouts” in one day

with RV tire expert Roger Marble There was a thread on a forum started by the owner of a Class A motorhome who suffered two...

Will ice cubes in an RV sewer tank dislodge waste buildup?

A buildup of solids in an RV sewer tank is a bad thing. So getting rid of the yucky mess should it occur is...

Is RVer stuck with sticky black water valve?

  By Chris Dougherty Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician. Here is a letter he received from a reader while he was serving as...

Protect your RV from improper campground hookup

In the course of your RVing life you will encounter many ranges of electrical systems, well-maintained and regularly checked and – not so much....

Alternatives to hitch ball grease

By Russ and Tiña De Maris  A new hitch ball is often bright, shiny and chromed. But many RVers have been much dismayed, on lifting...

Cheap device prevents accidental RV sewer overflow

  Doug Swarts (Drainmaster.com) and Chuck Woodbury of RVtravel.com discuss how a simple, inexpensive device can save the day (as well as a lot of...

Tools for RVers: Flue brush

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician A tool I have used many times over the years is the flue brush. They come in different sizes and...
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