Category: RV Tips

Follow these handy tips to get the most out of RVing.

Mark My Words — November: Cold-weather Plumbing Concerns, Plastic Smells and More

Hi, All!  This month, we’ll talk about LEDs, 5th wheel hitches, and fresh water tips. Have a great fall, and remember to submit your questions to [email protected] Hi Mark: I hooked up the trailer’s water hose in the campground and could not get rid of a strong plastic smell and taste. It was definitely coming
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Managing Engine Temperature in Extremely Hot Weather

RV engine heat — combat the high-temperature summer blues. When temperatures surpass 90 degrees and beyond, automobile engines can become stressed to maintain sufficient cooling. For RVs, this can be far greater an issue, given the overall weight being moved. In addition, many RV travelers traverse scenic highways that often involve hilly or mountainous terrain.
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RV Awnings vs. the Elements — Winning the Weather War

RV awnings versus the elements — protect your shade-maker with some common sense. Patio awnings are popular accessories on most RVs. Just about every rig has at least one awning, which come in a variety of colors, makes and structural configurations. There are manually operated models as well as remote-powered types. RV parks are awash
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