• 6:36

    Using and Maintaining a Pop-Up Camper Awning

    Here’s one of the most important things you should consider when deciding whether a pop-up camper is the right RV model for you and your particular brand of travel: in most cases you’ll have to set up and tear down manually. This applies to the pop-up camper awning as well as the walls and roof.…

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  • 1:50

    Upping Your WiFi Access For Pop-Up Internet Use

    Even if you use RV travel as an opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle, there still might be times when you need to log on and check in. Maybe you need to touch base at work, or maybe have kids who need entertainment on a rainy day at the campground. The KING WiFiMax™ Router/Range…

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  • 2:47

    The Reliable Cell Phone Amplifier: weBoost RV Cellular Signal Booster

    While cellular coverage in city limits has become increasingly available at faster speeds and more reliable service, urban connectivity remains relatively spotty throughout the United States. Whether you’re trying to connect while on the road or parked at a campground, it’s kind of a cell phone crapshoot out there. Luckily, providers such as weBoost offer…

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  • 3:23

    Pace’s TravlFi Journey1 LTE WiFi Hotspot: Internet Access Anywhere

    In this free video, managing editor of RV Repair Club, Dave Solberg, teaches you about an exciting new product called the TravlFi Journey1 LTE WiFi Hotspot. This fantastic and reliable device provides high-speed Internet anywhere you’re traveling. Whether you’re crisscrossing the country or just going to one of your favorite parks, finding dependable high-speed Internet…

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  • 1:49

    Raising and Lowering RV Jacks with Ease

    In this free video lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you how to properly extend and retract stabilizing RV jacks so you know your vehicle is secure at the campground. This quick tip is time saving, and it will also ensure that your jacks remain in good condition. Whereas the classic crank-style jack might take…

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  • 2:54

    Improve Coverage with Winegard’s RangePro Cell Booster

    When you’re traveling in your RV, even if you choose to escape completely, you might want to check in with the world every now and then. But in more remote parts of the country, cellular service can be nonexistent at worst and spotty at best. Luckily, providers such as Winegard have developed the cell booster…

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  • 4:21

    Quick Tips for Cell Signal Boosting

    Despite being an opportunity to disconnect to experience the world a little more closely, comfortable RV travel sometimes requires a little cell service. In this quick video lesson, Lewis Callaway of Callaway Technologies teaches you some simple tips for cell signal boosting, so you can connect to the internet and take calls even in places…

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  • 6:19

    RV Security Tools: Locks, Cameras and Safes

    When traveling in your RV, it’s extremely important to keep all of your belongings safe and secure, from valuables to the vehicle itself. This is especially true at unfamiliar campgrounds, where you don’t know who your neighbors are or what security measures look like at the site. In this quick video lesson, Carol Jackson of…

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  • 5:47

    Revealing the Depths of Carlsbad Caverns

    Located high in the Guadalupe Mountains in 46,000 acres of southeastern New Mexico — the Land of Enchantment — Carlsbad Caverns is a name of worldwide renown. A deep, mysterious, spiritual place where trickling water has over eons created lavish limestone formations on the roofs of caves formed by dissolving sulfuric acid. It’s strange and…

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