• 3:11

    Maintaining RV Decals: Tips for Proper Care

    Sun, wind and precipitation can wreak havoc on RV decals, especially if they’re not treated to combat the elements. If properly maintained, the decals on your vehicle’s sidewalls should last for at least 10 years, depending on the type of graphic. In this quick video tutorial, RV maintenance and repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you…

    Watch Now >>
  • 4:03

    Camping in the Heat: How to Stay Comfortable and Safe

    No matter the season, it’s important to take proper precautions to handle whatever weather you might face when camping in your RV. In the cooler months, that means ensuring your RV furnace is in maximal working condition and you’ve brought enough supplies should your heating source give out. Warmer times call for a separate set…

    Watch Now >>
  • 3:18

    Inspecting a Used RV Furnace

    As with any other appliance on a used RV, it’s highly important that you complete a thorough inspection of the furnace prior to purchase to ensure it’s in proper working condition. There’s not much worse than learn on a bitter cold night that your RV furnace isn’t capable of cranking out heat, especially if you…

    Watch Now >>
  • 3:13

    How to Fix a Sagging RV Headliner

    The fabric headliner in your RV can begin to sag in spots for various reasons, including excessive heat, humidity, and leakage. These all cause the adhesive to loosen and the fabric headliner to peel away from the ceiling. But fear not! You can fix your sagging RV headliner in a few different ways and get…

    Watch Now >>
  • 5:50

    Used RV Fridge Inspection

    When buying a used RV, it’s essential to thoroughly inspect each appliance to ensure it’s in proper working order. This is especially true of the RV fridge, which is a component of your journey that you might depend on quite a lot. In this quick tutorial, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg and RVIA Certified Technician…

    Watch Now >>
  • 2:40

    Upgrading Your RV Mattress

    Most RVs come outfitted with a standard, inexpensive foam mattress. Depending on your comfort needs and frequency of use, this might not be up to snuff. We recommend that all RVers who plan to sleep in their vehicle a decent amount make the investment and upgrade their RV mattress. Doing so is fairly straightforward, and…

    Watch Now >>
  • 2:37

    Winegard ConnecT 2.0: Take the Internet Wherever You Go

    We enjoy disconnecting from the fast-paced world as much as anyone, but sometimes you just have to keep in touch. Whether you want to check the weather at your next destination or keep the kids entertained while you get dinner ready, reliable connectivity is a luxury we can’t always do without. And while most campgrounds…

    Watch Now >>
  • 14:07

    TPMS Kit from Truck System Technologies

    Since 2007, all cars and trucks released on the market have been required to have onboard tire pressure monitoring systems. RV manufacturers, however, have not had the same requirement. If you’ve seen our other videos about maintaining proper tire pressure, you’ll know that we recommend checking tire pressure every day while you’re traveling, for numerous…

    Watch Now >>
  • 6:36

    Repairing an RV Door: Rot and Alignment Issues

    The most common issues our Members encounter with their vehicle’s exterior doors are misalignment and rotting. We’ve received numerous questions about these two problems, so we wanted to take a few minutes to show you how to diagnose a damaged or improperly aligned RV door. In this quick lesson, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg and…

    Watch Now >>