Category: Tips & Tricks

Owning an RV means bringing the comforts of home with you anywhere you go. But like your home, RV appliances such as your fridge and air conditioner all need maintenance to stay in peak condition. Fortunately, many of the basic maintenance steps you can take are easy for anyone – even if you don’t have much DIY experience!

Read on to learn maintenance tips for the appliances in your RV so you can enjoy years of comfort on the road and at the campsite!

Your heart is pounding; you can feel the blood coursing through your veins. Your nerves are tingling with anticipation. You are desperately trying to hide your excitement, but you already have your first five camping trips mentally planned and you haven’t even driven your new RV off the lot yet!

Purchasing an RV can be an exhilarating experience, whether it’s your first purchase or you’ve owned half a dozen. Even though there’s an adrenaline rush with the purchase of something new, don’t let the excitement cause you to forget your RV pre-purchase inspection. Here are 3 tips to remember when purchasing an RV.

For new RVers, the anticipation of taking your first trip to the dump station can be like first day of school jitters meets colonoscopy. You may be anxious because you’ve never emptied your tanks before. You may be nervous that everyone else is watching, or worried that you’ll miss a step in the process and create a black-water disaster.

There’s no reason to ruin a perfectly good vacation with a dump station epic fail…or simply the anticipation of a disaster. We’ll cover what you need to know to survive your trips to the RV dump station so you can end every camping trip on a good note and with empty tanks. Then, the only tales of harrowing adventure will be those that happen while hiking, fishing, swimming, and the like during your camping trips.