• 8:26

    The weBoost Connect RV 65: Better Cell Signal on the Road

    In this free video RV maintenance expert teaches you how to install the weBoost Connect RV 65 Cellular Signal Booster kit on your RV. If you’ve ever been up the creek without cell service, you know that while completely disconnecting is great, sometimes it’s important to have the option to make a call or connect…

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  • 5:46

    RV Grilling Options: Appliances, Fuels and Rubs

    In this free video RV expert Dave Solberg heads to Lake Fireplace and Spa to learn about popular grilling options that are suitable for RV travel. You have a seemingly infinite line of products from which to choose when it comes time to plan for your upcoming RV grill sessions, so Dave and his host…

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  • 5:58

    Best Meat to Grill on RV Trips

    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

    What Should Be in Your RV Tool Kit?

    Every RV owner should have a basic tool kit aboard their rig, both for emergency repair and regular maintenance. A comprehensive RV tool kit consists of a variety of tools needed for odd jobs, quick fixes, and money-savers. Whether you have a leaky faucet that requires a standard wrench or a power outage that calls…

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  • 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…

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  • 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…

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  • 1:24

    Child Restraint Options for RV Seats

    For most trailers and motorhomes, there are limited options when it comes to seating that can accommodate child restraints. Chairs and couches are either side/rear facing or freestanding, leaving you few legal solutions for safe and comfortable child seating. In this free lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you his favorite trick for customizing your…

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  • 1:41

    Tips and Precautions for RVing with Pets

    Studies have shown that more than 75% of people who purchase an RV or trailer do so with their pets in mind. Traveling with pets can be a rewarding and cost-effective experience, especially when on the road for extended trips. If you plan to hit the road with your furry companions, there are certain things…

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  • 1:41

    Cold Weather RV Camping: Tips and Equipment for Greater Comfort

    Cold weather RV camping doesn’t have to entail roughing it and freezing your buns off until the spring thaw. There are many simple steps you can take to ensure your winter camping experience is more comfortable and your equipment remains fully functional. In this lesson, Dave Solberg discusses a few of his favorite tips for…

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