Category: Health: Safety, Wellness & Fitness

Protect yourself and your family while you explore America’s great outdoors.  General safety, first aid, road safety and more for your next camping or trail exploration trip.

A Class C motorhome driving past a snow-dusted mountain.

Fight the Frost: RV Hacks for Winter Weather

Every season adds beauty to our world. But winter RVing living can make it tough to enjoy the coldest part of the year. If you want to have fun in cold winter destinations, here’s what you need to know about staying warm, safe and happy. Don’t Let Winter RVing Steal Your Fun I spend most
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Back of fifth-wheel driving down road toward thick bank of fluffy clouds.

6 Simple Ways to Stop Wasting Fuel

With the high costs of both gasoline and diesel fuel, it’s a good idea for RV travelers to modify driving habits to help reduce vehicle fuel consumption. Driving slower, accelerating at a moderate rate and keeping your vehicle in a well-maintained state are undoubtedly great ways to cut RV fuel costs. But many wasteful driving
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RV water Pressure — Travel Trailer in a sprawling flat desert

Mark My Words: Water Pressure Woes and Irate Inverters

Hi Folks! This month, we’ll talk about RV water pressure, mildew, screeching inverters, nitrogen and toilet tanks. Remember, you can submit your RVing questions to [email protected] Happy Trails! Hi Mark, Our Carriage Cameo fifth-wheel is stored outside in an RV storage area for the winter. We go out to check on it about every 7
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RV air conditioning and electrical issues

Mark My Words July: RV Air Conditioning and Electrical Issues

Hi Mark My Words readers! This month, we’ve got questions on RV air conditioning and electrical issues. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Mark: I have a Winnebago motorhome with a Coleman ducted-roof AC. We have condensation leaking into the coach. My inspection reveals no freeze-up on the evaporator coil, and a temperature
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