The water system in your RV provides your fresh water and removes used water from the inside of your unit. Keeping an eye on every aspect of your water system before, during and after your road trip will reduce the chances of your unit having issues. This includes taking the time to properly winterize your
The formation of condensation can occur when camping in cold temperatures or in areas where there is a high level of humidity in the air. These water droplets will form on a variety of surfaces inside the RV, including the windows, walls, and counter-tops. It is important to keep RV condensation under control; otherwise your RV may be at risk of developing a mold problem. In addition to mold growth and its health issues, a buildup of condensation can also cause wood rot and corrosion. All of these can affect the overall look, performance, and value of your RV.
RV goers who spend a lot of time in remote locations without any electrical hookups may find themselves needing to replace their RV batteries more often than those who regularly connect to outside power sources. The RV batteries are what run the standard amenities inside the unit, including lights, radio, and refrigerator. There are even
Taking the leap into long-distance or long-term RVing can be a little daunting. Like with anything, there are a lot of “what ifs” to consider. While preparing for our first RV trip together I was sure I was under-planning. My husband, however, was convinced I was over-planning. Where’s the balance? It wasn’t until we got
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been married for 25 years or are newlyweds – heading out on the open road in a small RV can sometimes be stressful on even the strongest of couples. After a while of being alone in the RV with your spouse or partner, you may start to feel cramped and