• 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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  • 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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  • 3:43

    Just because your motorhome, travel trailer or fifth wheel has space for all of your belongings and the entire extended family doesn’t mean it’s safe to stuff everything in the RV and hit the road. Each recreational vehicle has a maximum weight capacity, or weight rating, and exceeding that limit can cause mechanical issues and

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  • 1:41

    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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  • 2:59

    Even the most expensive RV batteries with the highest quality components are susceptible to damage and malfunction when stored improperly. To get the most out of your investment and ensure the longest lifespan for your battery, there are a few simple rules you should follow when storing it for the winter months, and a couple

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  • RV Toy Hauler
    7:05

    If you’re the kind of adventurer that likes to RV out into the great outdoors and explore off the beaten path, a RV toy hauler is the perfect option for your needs. Toy haulers allow you to easily store and transport your smaller vehicles or “toys” such as motorcycles and ATVs, keeping them safe from

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  • RV Driving Tips
    3:14

    While driving, the tires, hubs and brakes of an RV can heat up. If these items get too hot, it can be a sign something is not right with your RV unit or the brake system. Experienced RV owners know one of the best RV driving tips someone can offer is to regularly stop, get

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  • RV Holding Tank Chemicals
    4:06

    There is a lot of different RV holding tank chemicals available to use for your system. The chemicals available today are much better than the old-school methods of cleaning holding tanks. In previous years, many RV owners would use cleaning products such as Lysol and Pinesol. Neither option is good to use because they will

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  • RV Fire Extinguisher
    2:13

    Department of Transportation codes determine what fire extinguishers are required to be included in all RV units. The RV fire extinguisher that comes standard with your unit will most likely be a 10BC extinguisher. This type of extinguisher is designed to handle electrical, motor fuel and car fires, however, it is not designed for and

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