Category: Driving & Road Safety

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

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Mark My Words January: Removing Roof Stains and Tackling Slide Trouble

Hi, Mark My Words Readers! This month, we’ve got questions on stains, drips, sags, RV furnaces and GPS mounts. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Mark, What is the best way to remove leaf stains on a fifth-wheel EPDM roof? We had a recent storm come through while in an RV campground, and
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Driving in the Dark: Tips for Safe RV Nighttime Travel

The winter season brings more than just temperature changes and the possibility of wet and icy conditions. It also ushers in ever-shortening daylight hours, which in turn exposes us to more RV nighttime driving. For the average automobile driver, this issue is of little consequence, but it is a different story for many recreational vehicle
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TLC for Your Tires: Prepping for Future Road Trips

We’re facing a lot of travel restrictions these days, but that doesn’t mean we should neglect our RVs. Many of us have only recently taken our RV out of winter storage, and even though some of our travel plans have been curtailed, we should still pay attention to the little details — like RV tire
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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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