Category: GEAR: Smart Tech and New Stuff

Great new product reviews, smart technology for your RV, outdoor tech that will make every trip better and more.

selecting a vehicle to tow — A toy hauler trailer on a field at dusk.

Mark My Words March: Toy Hauler Water Heating and Annoying Engine Alerts

Hi, All! This month, we’ve got questions on water heaters, check engine lights, selecting a vehicle to tow and tire/rim choices. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Mark, I have a toy-hauler, and when the water heater is on, I found that I had a leak at the shower valve connection to the
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RV Leaks and Shaky Fivers -- RV on a highway winding through snow-capped mountains

Mark My Words February: Pinpointing Leaks and Stabilizing Fivers

Hi Mark My Words readers! This month, we’ve got questions on filters, RV leaks and shaky fivers, among other things. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Mark, I am a part-timer at this point. I have two water filters on my coach, one on the incoming line and one on the kitchen cold
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Woman climbing on roof of RV

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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Two Dogs on a Bed.

8 Easy and Budget-Friendly Ways to Update Your RV

When most people think about RV interiors, they envision roughly the same thing — wood-grain cabinets, wall to wall carpet and dated wall panel patterns. After all, this was the default interior motif for the recreational vehicle industry for decades and still is to some extent. In recent years though, as the tiny-living movement has
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