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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 RVtravel.com when he was a Master Certified RV Technician with Mobility RV Service. We were camped and the Progressive...

Stranded on the side of the road, should you trust a stranger’s help?

By Nanci Dixon One of our first RV trips in our renovated, newly rebuilt, Class C RV was to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Long...

Rust: How to prevent it from damaging your RV

By Gail Marsh Left unchecked, rust can quickly ruin more than just your RV’s look. Rust has the potential to make your rig unsafe as...

Have a paint nick or chip on your RV? Here’s an easy trick

By Nanci Dixon After many miles and a few gravel roads, our motorhome had a number of paint nicks and chips. I blame it on...

He bought an RV with $20,000 worth of damage. His warning to you…

By Randall Brink I couldn't have been happier on the day I took delivery of my Foretravel Grand Villa U300. I had done a lot...

Use self-fusing silicone tape for weatherproof connections

By Greg Illes Standard vinyl electrical tape has been around for a long time – too long, some would say. The problem with this commonly...

Every RVer should have one of these portable air compressors

By Nanci Dixon As full-timers, we gradually accumulate gear. After a rear dual tire lost its valve stem and the tire had to be replaced,...
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When RV parts are discontinued, DIY projects to the rescue!

By Nanci Dixon When motorhome parts are discontinued, it is time for a DIY fix. Our 2017 motorhome has a unique living area wall light...

Is your RV out of balance? This might be the cause

By Barry Zander When your chassis arrived at the RV manufacturer, the assemblers probably didn’t take into account the weight distribution of the rig. Is...

RV service centers and stores are out of parts. Now what?

By Nanci Dixon A couple of weeks ago I wrote an article about RV dealers running out of RVs and service centers being jammed. There...