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Airstream Nest production halted

By Keith Ward Airstream has decided that it doesn’t like fiberglass RVs after all, killing production on their Airstream Nest travel trailer after just a...

RV Daily Tips Newsletter Issue 1281

Friday, February 21, 2020 Welcome to another edition of RV Travel’s Daily Tips newsletter. Here you’ll find helpful RV-related and living tips from the pros,...
RV Electricity

Easy generator carrying for your travel trailer

By Dave Helgeson Carrying a generator with a travel trailer can be problematic. Many end up placing the generator in the bed of their pickup...

The “wildest” RV we’ve ever “spotted”!

Lions and tigers and cheetahs, oh my! We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto (or perhaps we are...). We posted a crazy RV last week and...

Poll results: “Which trailers would you advise others not to buy?”

By Russ and Tiña De Maris The website outdoorfact.com conducted a survey of 100,000 Facebook group users asking members what brands of travel trailers they...

Keystone recalls trailers; propane supply hose may melt

Keystone is recalling certain 2020 Dutchmen Atlas 3382BH trailers. The trailers may have a non-metallic propane supply hose installed inside the burner box of...

This may be the biggest travel trailer you’ll ever see!

Now here's an RV with room to roam, not just on the roads but inside the RV! We posted this photo 10 years ago,...

Once popular travel trailers now being made at Hutterite colony

FROM RV PRO A unique experiment mixing capitalism within a religious and socialistic culture is unfolding on the plains of southeast South Dakota, where a...
RV Doctor

What to do about uneven tire wear on travel trailer

Dear Gary, It seems lately that my travel trailer tires are wearing unevenly side to side. Measured to ground, the side with the most tire...
RV Doctor

Is a sway bar necessary for a short travel trailer?

Dear Gary, I am a newbie to RVing. I just purchased a used 22-foot Prowler travel trailer and I am towing it behind my F-250....

What’s old is new again: Shepherd wagons

By Diane McGovern Shepherd wagons were used in France and the United Kingdom from the 1400s to the 1900s by shepherds tending their sheep. Sometimes...

Video: Why loading a trailer improperly can lead to danger

In this fascinating 30-second video you'll see why weight distribution on a trailer matters so much. Watch what happens when the weight on the scale...