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Tools for RVers: IMPELtronics flashlight

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician Having a good flashlight in an RV is important, and even a couple of flashlights that serve different purposes is...

Tools for RVers: Essential equipment, a set of pliers

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician An essential part of the RV toolbox is a good set of pliers. Now, you can get a complete set...

A Nut Job can make detailing your RV’s wheels easier

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician We recently received a box from "Crusher" with some samples of his new product he calls the "Nut Job." Right...

Caulk tools: A must for RVers

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician Okay, I know I harp on leaks a lot, but these tools are essential to help keep your RV leak...

Electrical gremlins? Multimeters to the rescue

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV Technician There are many brands and kinds of multimeters, from inexpensive dollar store specials to Flukes and Extechs. While I’ll refrain...

Tools for RVers: Battery-powered screw gun

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician One of the most useful tools you can carry in an RV is a good battery-powered screw gun. As a...

Tools for RVers: Two handy screwdrivers

Spotlight on Tools Here's a useful tool you might want to carry with you in your RV. By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician A standard throughout the RV...

It’s in the bag: One with a few basic tools can handle most simple...

By Bob Difley You can make life a bit easier by keeping some standard fix-it tools in a canvas bag which you keep in a...

Choose the right vacuum cleaner to keep your rig tidy

By Greg Illes Whether we live in stick-and-brick houses or in our cherished RVs, the grime of daily living always seems to intrude. Dust, dirt...

Tooling around — with a truck toolbox

By Jim Twamley I pulled my 5th wheel next to my assigned RV site in the pouring rain. I had a hard time backing into...
RV Electricity

Why a voltmeter will help you to be a happy camper

By Greg Illes There’s a lot of confusion out there about batteries, not the least of which is how to tell if your batteries are...

“Keep-on-hand” items for RV repair work

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If you've been on the road at all, you've experienced it: Something on your rig broke. You can't always...