Before you set out for your first road trip in a new rig, it’s important to get to know your vehicle and to set up the cockpit for the smoothest possible travel. What does that entail? Glad you asked! RV expert Dave Solberg is here to explain what all you need to understand about your rig prior to departure. He walks you through a quick essential checklist, pointing out all the adjustments you should make for optimal safety and comfort. Incorporate Dave’s advice into your pre-trip routine, and it’ll be nothing but smooth sailing ahead!
Which type of light bulb do you choose when you need to replace a burned-out incandescent bulb in your RV? Older RVs had energy consuming incandescent bulbs while newer coaches have gone to halogens. Should one simply replace the bulb with the same type or upgrade to the new LED technology? And are all RVWatch Now >>
Whether your RV is your year round home or you use it as a vacation cabin, you’re still going to get wear and tear on the structure. Heat and cold cause materials to expand and contract, and all sorts of weather combine to wear away at the outer surfaces. One of the most important partsWatch Now >>
Checking your engine compartment is one of the most essential aspects of RV maintenance, and this video makes the procedure easy. If your engine cover is jammed or if it squeaks when you open it, apply some graphite at the hinges. Graphite can be a little messy, but it’s worth some extra cleanup because itWatch Now >>
Most RVers think there is no maintenance required for countertops and sinks. Just keep them clean and dry like at home and there is nothing more that needs to be done. The truth is that as you travel down the road, bumps and dips on the road surface cause small amounts of twisting and turningWatch Now >>