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A backup camera for your RV? “Wireless” may not be best

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If you've bought a car in the last few years, chances are it came with a rear view or...

Towing in the dirt – Be careful of your “fog”

By Greg Illes In 2015, we were fortunate to be able to take off for several months to tour Alaska and Canada. While most of...

Too tired to level fore and aft? Try this trick!

By Dave Helgeson When you're logging long miles and pull into a campsite for the night, the last thing you want to do is take...

Finding the stuff you’ve “stored” in your RV

By Bob Difley As we RVers add years to our experience, we also add stuff to our cabinets and lockers. Sooner or later we arrive...

Traveling Solo with Margo: RV driving schools

By Margo Armstrong At last, the perfect RV materializes. Now what? Just looking at it sends chills down your back. Sitting in the driver's seat...

RVer makes a living finding the dead

By Russ and Tiña De Maris There are thousands of RVers who make a living on the road. Perhaps the largest number of positions for...

RV travel expense debate between spouses

Dear RV Shrink: Every time I get the urge to do a road trip my wife throws cold water on the idea by asking...

RV fires: They happen, and they’re not pretty!

By Chuck Woodbury, editor RVtravel.com Every week, in our RVtravel.com Saturday newsletter, we post an RV Fire Safety Tip. The fact is, RV fires...

What’s causing a sweating mattress?

  By Chris Dougherty Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician. Here is a letter he received from a reader while he was serving as...

VIDEO: Buying an RV? Pay attention to its height!

 All but the smallest RVs are nine to 12 feet high, some even higher. If you plan to spend any time on backroads, where...

Sand driving — don’t get stuck in the muck

By Russ and Tiña De MarisWith summertime on us, where do you want to go? To the mountains for fresh air and cooler nights?...

Waking up your RV from winter nap to check things out

If your RV is tucked away for a winter’s nap, it may be time for you to briefly awaken the beast and check things...