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.
Creating delicious recipes with a limited kitchen supply is no easy task. We know it’s hard to keep creative with your recipes on the road, so we’ve curated 11 delicious recipes from our members to make your mealtime infinitely easier. You’ll find tasty breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and desserts in our FREE Campfire Cookbook. One of our favorite recipes is this super simple campfire doughnut recipe!
Picture this: out of the window of an airplane you see the nighttime vastness of the Nevada desert with little sparkles of light sprinkled around. Suddenly, out of the darkness appears a firestorm of brightness, intense whiteness, lasers and neon. It’s the sprawl of Las Vegas glaring up from the abyss.
Learn all about your RV’s refrigerator in this RVRC GOLD LIVE class with Dave Solberg.
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.
When you’re out on the road, it can be difficult to find the space to bring along many cooking utensils or ingredients. That’s why RV Repair club has curated 11 delicious recipes from our members to make your mealtime infinitely easier. You’ll find tasty breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and desserts in our FREE Campfire Cookbook. One of our favorite recipes is this awesome Dutch oven lasagna.
It’s doubtful that anyone is born with a gene that makes them an expert RVer on day one. When we bought our first RV – a 22-foot lightweight travel trailer – we didn’t even know where to fill the fresh-water tank! That’s why on our first time out as full-timers I knew practically nothing. One
Did you miss this month’s RVRC LIVE? Dave Solberg, managing editor of RV Repair Club, answers questions submitted by viewers in this LIVE Q&A.
This recipe is a classic camping breakfast. Made all in one skillet, this breakfast hash can be made in an number of different ways. You can customize this to your personal tastes with different vegetables and meat to make the hash that is perfect for you! This hearty helping of eggs and potatoes will help fuel you for a day of RV adventuring, whether that’s hiking, canoeing, or even just relaxing!