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.

9 Reasons For Using an RV Logbook

Logbooks are used in aircraft, ships and commercial trucks. In these applications, vehicle movement and maintenance are the key recorded functions. While RV logbooks are not a legal requirement for recreational vehicles, they are a great addition to any RV and offer a host of benefits. So what exactly can such a book offer the
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RVs camped in a campsite.

10 Essential Items to Check Before Departing Camp

Breaking down camp and readying your recreational vehicle to pull out can be a busy and hurried time. The majority of people do not have a written checklist to ensure that all the necessary tasks are addressed. Instead, they rely on their memory built up from having done this many times. Though that might seem a reasonable
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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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