Taking a right-hand turn in an RV can be a daunting task for new drivers. Ditches, road signs and other impediments instill fear in every first-timer. But here’s a word of advice: relax. We’ve all been there, and after a few times of slow steering and nervous sweats, you’ll have it figured out and can stop worrying about it! In this quick lesson, Dave Solberg hops into the driver’s seat to show you how it’s done, demonstrating the driving RV tips you’ll need to safely and appropriately navigate any right-hand turn in a motorhome, coach or truck-and-trailer.
Aluminum and stainless steel RV sinks can be a bit noisy, especially when confined in a small kitchen area. Tinging noises can come from dropping things in the sink and movement/vibrations while driving. These types of sinks also do not maintain temperatures for both hot and cold items very long. Some more modern RV sinksWatch Now >>
It takes very little time to inspect your front windshield, according to this RV maintenance video – and spending the time more than pays off down the road. Taking preventive steps can reduce the need for expensive windshield and water damage repairs. During your annual RV maintenance check, examine the windshield to look for cracksWatch Now >>
The vibration from being on the road can loosen the most secure fittings, making it easy for dirt and foreign objects to get underneath the faceplate on your kitchen faucet. This is just one of the many reasons you might need to replace this basic fixture. Doing your own kitchen plumbing might seem like aWatch Now >>
In an RV water system, the sewer vent allows sewer gas to escape and allows water to flow through the system. It’s a basic technique that lets you have a kitchen and bathroom in the same vehicle without contaminating one with the other. Without releasing sewer gas and allowing fresh air into the system, theWatch Now >>