• Buying a Used RV: Roof Inspection

    When buying a used RV, it’s important to fully inspect every component on the vehicle, from the engine to the bathroom and especially the roof. The roof is the primary spot for cracking, leaks and damage due to the elements. To help you figure out what to look for when you climb the ladder to…

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  • Buying a Used RV: Inspecting the Exterior

    There are many things you need to check before buying a used RV, including the sidewalls of the unit. To properly inspect the sidewalls of a used RV, it is best to slowly walk around the exterior of the unit looking for any visible damage. The degree of damage could reduce the overall price you…

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  • Buying a Used RV: Front End Inspection Tips

    Buying a used RV can have many benefits, including saving you money when compared to purchasing a new RV. However, without conducting a proper front end inspection before signing the sales contract could result in having to pay for costly repairs in the near future. Conducting a thorough inspection of the front end could save…

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  • Learn How to Winterize an RV

    Before putting your RV away for the season you will need to take the necessary steps to properly winterize it. Knowing how to winterize an RV will save you time preparing your unit for storage or use during the cold winter months. Winterizing kits make it easy for those who do not know how to…

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  • Learn How to Winterize an RV Using Pressurized Air

    There are a few different ways you can winterize an RV, including the use of antifreeze or compressed air to free the lines of any water that might freeze when temperatures drop. No matter what method you use, you need to fully understand how to winterize an RV to avoid any damage while in storage.…

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  • Using an RV Digital Thermostat for Easy Climate Control

    A programmable RV digital thermostat allows you to set the temperature in the RV to a certain level and have it run automatically. This means you can set the RV digital thermostat to a certain temperature for different times of the day and different days of the week. You can easily program it to kick…

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  • RV Thermostat Replacement: The Benefits of an Updated Thermostat

    Many RVs feature old style thermostats where the temperature needs to be controlled manually. Also, in most cases, older thermostats only control the furnace while the A/C controls are on the outside of the unit. Today’s newer thermostat models can control both the furnace and the air conditioner. These reasons alone are why many RV…

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  • Is There a Digital RV Thermostat Upgrade in Your Future?

    Your RV thermostat serves to help keep you cool during the dog days of summer and nice and toasty during those cold winter months. It can be viewed as the “brains” of your RV’s heating and cooling system. And like many RV components, thermostats have improved over time. Technology has provided them with better control…

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  • How to Add an RV Reading Light

    Sometimes at night the passenger will need to read a map or something else to help the driver navigate. An RV reading light installed just behind the passenger will offer enough light to see without disturbing the driver. First you must find a 12-Volt power source to tap into that is not switched somewhere else…

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