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RV Daily Tips. Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Issue 1488 Welcome to another edition of RV Travel’s Daily Tips newsletter. Here you’ll find helpful RV-related and living tips from the pros, travel advice,...

We had our RV custom painted. Here’s what the process was like…

By Nanci Dixon Like many RVs with decal graphics, our motorhome had started to show signs of age after only four years. The decals were...
maintenance and repair

RV resale: Appearance matters, so protect your RV’s looks

Steve Savage submitted this article to when he was a Master Certified RV Technician with Mobility RV Service. Appearance matters when making a sale,...

Does your RV have a built-in outdoor kitchen? 

Does your RV have a built-in outdoor kitchen? If so, do you use it? Outdoor kitchens can be a big selling point for certain...

RV Daily Tips. Wednesday, August 26, 2020

This newsletter is for intelligent, open-minded RVers. If you comment on an article, do it with respect for others. If not, you will be denied...

Seal out the weather – with putty tape

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If you're an RV do-it-yourselfer, chances are good you've already encountered "putty tape." This sticky material is a regular...
maintenance and repair

Stay safe on your RV roof

Courtesy Dicor Corporation Getting to your RV roof The first rule of anything you do with an RV roof, even if to just check it out...

Readers tell us: How many bumper stickers are on your RV or tow vehicle?

By Emily Woodbury Does your RV or tow vehicle look like this one below? Do you just have a few stickers? Do you not have...

RV Doctor: What to do about RV siding delamination

Dear Gary: I have a 2004 RV with a wood frame. Last summer I noticed what I believe you call "delaminating" on the front section....
maintenance and repair

Keep tabs on your RV’s sealants to prevent leaks

The following was provided to us by the Dicor Corporation If the sealant around your roof edges, skylights and the like is looking cracked, brittle,...
maintenance and repair

How to minimize “thermal checking” damage to your RV’s fiberglass

By Floyd Mayberry READER SUBMISSION TO RVTRAVEL.COM I have seen posts on various RV forums inquiring about RV fiberglass damage known as “thermal checking.” I had...

Why does the windshield pop out of the seal on my Class A?

Dear Gary, I have a 2001, 35-foot Class A that has a two-piece windshield. I am having problems with the windshield coming out of the...