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Happier Camper makes cute retro RV

By Emily Woodbury Move over, big rigs! It's time for the little guy to shine. Happier Camper, a California-based company, is turning out some of...

Stop losing your hitch pin

RV Intelligence, a manufacturer of aftermarket products and accessories for recreational vehicles, is selling the Hitch PinLeash at select RV accessory retailers. The Hitch...

RV History: The evolution of the trailer hitch

By Al Hesselbart   The history of devices to connect a load to a towing device goes back many centuries. From a wooden yoke by which cattle...

Towable RV owners lose benefit with new tax bill

The recently passed tax reform bill will benefit the RV industry and further the industry’s current period of historic growth, according to the Recreational...

Blue Ox Ascent lightweight tow bar enables easier turns

The Blue Ox Ascent is a lightweight (only 31 lbs.) aircraft-grade aluminum tow bar with a 7,500-pound rating. The tow bar is easy to...

Cute, tiny RV is made from a hunting blind

This unusual RV rolled into my campground a couple of days ago. I didn't get a chance to meet the owners, but I...

Move a 15,000-pound trailer by remote control

The following information was obtained from a press release. Posted by Bob Difley Moving a trailer with serious weight requires raw power. But the larger the...

Don’t let your RV wind deflector be so much hot air

  By Jim Twamley Just how effective are those RV wind deflectors you see on trucks pulling 5th wheels and travel trailers? Though somewhat technical (what...

RV Mods: Move your trailer at the touch of a button

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris If you’ve ever dealt with that gnawing, frustrating sense of doom that comes when you’ve tried and tried but...

New RVer asks: What’s a “toybox”?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Dear New RVer: We haven't bought an RV yet, but we keep hearing about something called a Toy Box....

Driving your RV part 4: Making turns with a trailer

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Getting accustomed to driving an RV is different for each kind of rig. Making turns in your motorhome isn't...

RV brake controllers–which for you?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris In another post we explained why you might need a brake controller. Now we talk about choosing one. It...