If you are like most people, your RV is usually hibernating throughout the fall and winter. As the temperatures start to rise, we look forward to getting our rig ready to go camping, but need to make sure everything is properly running before we get on the road. One of the things you need to
There are many reasons why you might decide to remove RV decals. The existing decals may not have been properly maintained and look worn or faded, they could be a style or color that you don’t care for, or you may want to replace them with your own personalized decals. Whatever the reason, there are
RVs are known for being gas guzzlers. As a family who travels full time, we drive A LOT and gas is by far our biggest expense, so we’re always looking for ways to save on fuel costs. Here are our top tips to improve fuel efficiency in RVs. 1.Check Tire Pressure Make sure you check
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
After living full time in our RV for a month, we realized that in general, tiny living really wasn’t that hard! However, the one area I had frustrations with was the kitchen. We immediately realized we needed to get creative with better storage solutions. I’m going to share five items we purchased that made a
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
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!