• 3:24

    In this video lesson RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg teaches you tips for driving RV, including how to take a right-hand turn when towing a trailer. Because tow trailers tend to track a little differently than your truck or SUV, you should practice taking left- and right-hand turns prior to hitting the road for the…

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  • 4:53

    Who says a home on wheels can’t look more like your permanent home? Just because your RV came with standard decor doesn’t mean you have to keep it. There are all sorts of easy and inexpensive ways to dress up the inside of your RV to make it feel much more comfortable and lived in.…

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  • 3:20

    As you complete your annual RV inspection, be sure to include your vehicle’s front and rear brakes. On larger rigs with motorized gas chassis, braking systems consist of disc brakes, which erode over time and need to be inspected at least once a year at a service center with a capable lift. In this free…

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  • 4:32

    Space in most RV kitchens is at a premium, so sometimes you have to get a little creative to fit all of your essentials and still feel like you have room to move around. In this free video lesson, we teach you 5 easy and inexpensive RV kitchen storage solutions that you can use to…

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  • 6:59

    Proper weight distribution of your trailer hitch is essential for safe towing. When you know that all of your trailer’s hitching components are correctly attached, you can have peace of mind as you make your way down the road. In this video lesson RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg teaches you how to connect a trailer…

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  • 5:58

    There’s nothing better than getting to your campsite at dinnertime after a long haul and pulling out the grill for a nice “homemade” meal. The smell and taste of freshly grilled meat is just what the doctor ordered to make you feel at home even if you’re a thousand miles away. We want to help…

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  • 30:40

    Every RV owner should have at least a basic tool kit onboard their rig, both for emergency repair scenarios and regular maintenance. A proper RV tool kit consists of the tools you’ll need for every odd job, quick fix, and money saver under the sun. Whether you have a leaky faucet that requires a standard…

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  • 0:40

    We’ve received numerous messages from RV Repair Club members asking if it’s possible to turn around their RV door so that it swings inward rather than outward. The urge is understand, and while it is possible on some vehicles to flip the hinges and change the direction the door swings, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg…

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  • 4:02

    Thanks to the rise of remarkably accurate GPS in the past decade, stopping for directions is pretty much a thing of the past. When you decide on your next destination for RV travel, you can use Google Maps and a handy RV trip planner to choreograph your route and discover what’s en route before you…

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