Category: Driving & Road Safety

Tips and tricks to ensure you are are safe on the road during your next RV trip.

A solitary travelers stands on top of a camper van facing the sunset.

Hang Solo: Tips for Hitting the Highway Alone

Tips for solo road trippers — travel North America in solitary style. There are plenty of tips out there for road tripping, but how is it different to travel on the road alone versus with a friend, family member or partner? Take a look at the following tips and considerations you might want to make
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Solving an Electrical Enigma and Putting a Stop to Braking Problems

RV advice from June's Mark My Words monthly post

Hi, Mark My Words readers! This month, we have a bunch of quick and easy fixes for common RV problems including electrical enigmas, hot brakes and house battery drainage. Check them out, and keep those questions coming to [email protected] Mark, I have a Class A motorhome with large day/night window shades in the living room
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Tire of a motorhome on a parking lot.

6 Essential Steps for Treating Your Tires Right

Don’t let your spring travels fall flat — treat your tires right for your upcoming road trips. Studies on vehicle breakdowns have shown that up to 40 percent of auto and RV disablements are tire related. Significantly, many of these mishaps can be avoided with the proper tire maintenance. So before you hit the road,
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A Bright Idea? Adding Daytime Running Lights to Your RV

Daytime running lights: an illuminating look at the facts. Across the globe, daytime running lights (DRL) are a lot more common than you may think. They have been a mandatory feature on all vehicles imported into Canada since 1989. Finland led the world in the mandatory adaption requirement of these in 1972. So why has
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