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An RVer’s lifestyle is desirable, yet not always as effortless as one might think. More specifically, outdoor enthusiasts or campers who own RVs and travel often endure troubles with expenses, space and plenty more. But that doesn’t stop them from enjoying life to the fullest and exploring the great outdoors as much as they can.
As we near the end of 2018, RV Repair Club is looking back at what videos and articles our community has found most useful. We’ve rounded up our top 7 most popular videos and articles, picked by YOU. Read below to see the best of 2018. 1. RV Power Converter Troubleshooting Understanding your RV power
Looking for some new RV repair knowledge? David Solberg will answer your RV care and repair questions on our next RVRC LIVE. Tune in on Friday, November 16th at 7:00 p.m. CT. Feel free to ask questions live during the show by using the chat box below.
Tune in for a course on solar 101 with resident expert Dave Solberg. He touches on solar basics, types of solar panels, how to calculate the number of panels you need, battery maintenance, and more.
Looking for some travel inspiration? We’ve invited Marc and Julie Bennett from RV Love to share their story and some of their best travel tips. If you haven’t heard of them, they’re full-time RVers who’ve spent years living, working and traveling in their RV. They want to help you hit the road, so they’ve compiled
Check out the recap of our monthly RVRC LIVE with managing editor of RV Repair Club Dave Solberg. Dave answers your RV repair questions live on the air in this interactive and informative Q&A.
We bought a short bed truck to pull our 40 ft Sanibel, based on the advice of the Chevy dealer and our RV dealer. According to the manual, the tongue weight is not supposed to exceed 3,000 lbs and the total gross vehicle weight is not supposed to exceed 10,000 lbs. Are these numbers correct? What are the consequences of continuing to drive the rig? Is there anything that can be done to modify the truck to increase its capacity or do we just need to get a one ton Dually?
My refrigerator burner flame has started to blow out while driving a lot. What can I do to correct this? It just started the last couple of years.