Category: RV Education 101

Cold Weather RVing: The Right Glycol for Your Diesel

Anti-freeze is used in most every automobile and truck-replicating engine throughout the world. Even in hot climates, quality glycol keeps the engine cooler as it transfers heat more efficiently than just water. Additionally, additives to prevent corrosion are present to some degree in all. But when it comes to diesel or gas engines, glycol is
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Tips for Buying a Used Motorhome

Finding and buying a used motorhome can be a daunting task. Not only do buyers have to locate a rig that best meets their needs, but must also assess the vehicle’s condition and title. The condition relates to the general shape of the RV while the title deals with verifying clear title and free of
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Winter-Wise RVing: Safe Travel in the Cold

Cold weather RV travel — driving safety for traveling in snowy conditions. As the winter season approaches, many snowbirds hit the gas heading south. This migration starts as early as October and runs to as late as January. Some spend the Christmas season with their northern dweller family members. For many of these travelers, an
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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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