For most RVers, winter means putting our RVs into storage for several months, and in the upper Midwest, sometimes up to 6 months! Hopefully most of us take the typical precautions for winterizing such as adding antifreeze to the fresh water system, emptying out the water heater, and preparing for rodents! However, most RVers walk
Camping in your RV with no electrical connection takes preparation and planning. Before you venture off the grid, you need to make sure you understand your battery’s condition and function. Once you know how many hours of electricity you have to camp with, you can implement these easy tips to better conserve power.