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Category: Mark My Words

Author Mark Nemith contributes monthly to the Good Sam Blog in his column ‘Mark My Words.’  The series includes great RV safety, tech, repair, and advice. Mark My Words is one of the most viewed ongoing series in the blog.

Mark My Words — Tips for RV Upkeep

Hi Mark My Words Readers! As the cold weather approaches, it’s almost time to start winterizing those rigs. If you have questions about winterizing, please send them in and we’ll talk about it next month. For now, I’ll field a few general RVing questions. Thanks for writing and remember to send your RVing questions to
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An RV camping in the snow

Get the Cold Facts on Winter Camping and Seasonal Storage

RV advice from October's Mark My Words column

Hi Mark My Words readers, This month’s column will address some issues with winter storage and camping in frigid weather. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Hi Mark, I am spending four months this winter skiing at Mammoth Lakes, Lake Tahoe and Breckenridge.  Two of the RV resorts include electric in the monthly
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Girl opening a fridge in a luxury motorhome

Cool Care for Your Fridge and Troubleshooting an LP Gas Leak

RV advice from September's Mark My Words column

Hi, Mark My Words readers! This month, we’ve got questions on fridges and propane leaks, along with a maintenance reminder about your rig’s AC power system. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Hi Mark, We just replaced our Norcold refrigerator on a used RV we just purchased with only 23,000 miles on it.
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A two-lane road leads to a rocky horizon under flashing thunder.

Withstanding Inclement Weather and Dealing With Weight Ratings

RV advice from August's Mark My Words column

Hi Mark My Words readers! This month, we’ve got questions on severe weather, dripping slides, weight ratings and a great reminder about your brake fluid. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Mark, Recently, we parked our truck in an RV park pavilion, along with other travelers, to protect it from anticipated hail. We
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