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RV Money Saving Secrets: 5 Tips For Spending Less On Gas

Welcome to RV Repair Club’s 7 Days of money Saving Secrets! As RVers, we’re always looking for smart ways to save money while on the road! Lauren Grijalva, a full time RVer and RV Repair Club contributor, is sharing some of her best money saving secrets just in time for the busy summer season. Today…

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On the Road with Sue: Monument Valley Navajo Nation Tribal Park

The majestic landscape of Monument Valley, covering the northeastern corner of Arizona and southeastern corner of Utah, is something we’ve all probably seen in photographs, on television, and in the movies. The amazing sandstone bridges, arches, and towers, not to mention the clear blue skies and clean air, all contribute to become a photographer’s dream…

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Checking and Repacking E-Z Lube Bearings

Every 12 months or 12K miles, you should complete an inspection of the bearings on your vehicle’s wheels, unless you see heat buildup beforehand. In this video lesson RV repair expert Dave Solberg walks you through the process of inspecting and repacking your vehicle’s E-Z lube bearings. He’ll show you how to get access to…

RV Waste Tanks: How to Avoid Inaccurate Monitor Readings

Over time the walls of your RV waste tanks can get a build-up of sediments, which can falsify the sensors on the side of the tanks. Inaccurate readings caused by residue and stuck toilet paper on the walls of the RV waste tanks is a common problem owners regularly face. Most systems have a main…

Inspecting Your RV Marker Lights

RV marker lights, also known as clearance lights, are required by all traffic safety laws and need to be fully operational while driving your RV. The red RV marker lights are those found along the top of the exterior of the unit showing the highest clearance point of the RV. The amber RV marker lights…

How to Synchronize Trailer Brakes

What is the proper setting for the brake controller on a trailer? According to RV maintenance and repair expert Dave Solberg, the answer depends on the weight of your trailer, what’s needed to slow down under control and without skidding. You’re not trying to bring the trailer to a sudden stop, just slow it down…

Discover the Beacon of Crater Lake National Park

To think, there are still places in this fast-moving world that will forever remain pure, places where you can look out from a high ridge and observe sheer beauty and rest easy knowing it will still be right where you left it centuries from now. Untainted, free of modernization, the perfect escape. Sounds fantastical, right?…

How to Make a More Fuel Efficient RV

Fuel efficiency is key when traveling by RV, as gas can easily be quite a large expense. Check out these fuel efficient RV tips from Lauren Grijalva that will help save some gas and ensure you’re getting the most bang for your buck as an RVer!

Avoid RV Refrigerator Repairs By Not Placing Heavy Items in the Door

One of the best things about owning an RV is being able to take your home everywhere you go while on vacation. RV refrigerators are a great and necessary accessory on your rig for storing and keeping your favorite foods cold. As you know, driving around in the RV can cause things to shift, especially…

On the Road with Sue: Dead Horse Point State Park

Dead Horse Point State Park… not such a great name or backstory, but such a beautiful spot to visit. Often overshadowed by Utah’s magnificent national parks, Dead Horse is definitely worth a visit. Only a few miles from Arches, turn on to Utah 313 and travel 22 miles on paved roads to the park entrance.

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