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Are propane tank “trade ins” worth it?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   You see them nearly everywhere: Propane cylinder trade-in kiosks. Bring in your empty and trade it in for a...

Meals almost fix themselves using tin foil on the barbee

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   While traveling does bring out quite an appetite, once you land in camp at the end of the day,...

Stretch your camping dollars with caretaking

By Bob Difley   Caretaking takes many forms, from simply camping at a remote location to deter theft or vandalism, to staying on someone else’s property...

Don’t be suckered in by RV resort advertising

By Jim Twamley   It was late in the day and we had been driving since morning. We were looking for a place to spend the...

When your toad is a motor scooter

By Cheryl Probst   As the price of gas climbs, the popularity of motor scooters climbs, too, because it’s hard to beat their 90 to 100...

Budget woes: How can we afford to follow our RV dream?

Dear RV Shrink:  We have been planning our retirement and mostly full-time RV travel for several years. Everything was on schedule until the bubble burst...

Making your RV grocery budget stretch

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   Aside from fuel, one of the biggest expenses RVers cope with is that of groceries. Tight budget? Here are...

Save $$$ on three of RVers’ biggest expenses

By Bob Difley   Three of the biggest expenses for fulltime or near-fulltime RVers are fuel, campgrounds and eating out. But one of the great advantages...

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...

Looking for deals? Check out the visitors bureau

By Bob Difley When you're traveling by RV, you cover a lot of ground — and you can spend a lot of money. Who doesn't...

Save on your RV-lifestyle expenses

By Bob Difley Here are some ways to stretch your RVing dollars. Many of these tips will help you save money at home, too. • Stay...

Save money – extend the life of your entry step covers

by Fred Burns Carpet step covers are a great after-market item for your RV steps. They're less slippery than the metal steps, look nicer, and...
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