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11 unexpected ways sandpaper comes in handy in the RV

By Gail Marsh Space is so limited in our RV that I like to find common products that can be used in different ways. Let’s...

Why do my RV batteries only last a year or two?

By Mark Polk, RV Education 101 Why do my RV batteries only last a year or two? What can I do to extend the life of...

RV demolition: The quest to renovate a water-damaged junker

By Kate Doherty Last year, the pandemic restricted many from their planned vacation destinations. In defiance, many non-RVers chose the open road, purchasing all types...

Some important RV tire do’s and don’ts

Courtesy Dicor Corporation In our previous tire reports (see below), we discussed some of the key things to look for when taking your RV out...

Tire wear and tear – What to check

Courtesy Dicor Corporation Question: What is the only part of your rig that touches the road? Hopefully the answer is just your tires! Braking, handling,...

RV just out of storage? Check those tires

Courtesy Dicor Corporation Spring has just arrived, even with a few lingering flurries. Wherever you've been hibernating during the winter, you're probably itching to get...

Why you should exercise your RV generator and how to do it

By Mark J. Polk, RV Education 101 If your RV has an onboard generator set, or you use a portable generator set around the house,...

RV jacks won’t retract? Try this

By Kate Doherty It’s time to pick up and move to a new adventure! The weather is perfect, it's mid-week, there's little traffic. Time to...
maintenance and repair

Are remanufactured parts any good? Do they carry a warranty?

By Kate Doherty Remanufactured parts, or more commonly called “remanned parts,” are products made by a manufacturer that have been returned for various reasons. Some...

Does your RV currently need an important repair?

If you were to go into or travel in your RV right now, would it need an important repair that would make it dangerous...

Stop throwing money away on throwaway LP gas canisters

By Bob Difley Stop buying those expensive LP gas canisters to fire up your gas barbecue. Not only is it a spendy proposition, it's a...

The right voltage is critical to the life of your RV

Steve Savage submitted this article to when he was a Master Certified RV Technician with Mobility RV Service. We were camped and the Progressive...