You’re lost in the woods, and you forgot to pack your compass. Time to climb the tallest tree and set off the rescue flares, right? You could, but instead of jumping for the dramatic, we recommend taking a deep breath and then searching your pack for two simple items. In this lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you how to build a nifty RV compass using a couple basic tools. With Dave’s help, you can quickly find due north and navigate your way back to camp!
With the advent of new technologies like HDTV and digital TV, RVers often ask whether they need a new RV TV antenna. This informative video introduces the easy-to-install Wingman booster that effectively increases your range and reception, eliminating the need to invest in another RV TV antenna. The video asks you to analyze how muchWatch Now >>
Making the switch to LED lights can make your RV feel much more open and bright. There are a variety of LED replacement bulbs on the market; therefore, it’s important to research the differences. The more expensive RV LED replacement bulbs are made with an aluminum cage in-between the chips rather than fiberboard. This helpsWatch Now >>
RV batteries, which run the interior lights, refrigerator, computer, and any other electrical appliance you have installed, are built to last 5-7 years, ideally. Manufacturers recommend that you remove the batteries every month and have them conditioned by a professional. This conditioning breaks up the sulfur solids and other contaminants, churning the liquid inside theWatch Now >>
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 >>