• 3:11

    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

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  • 3:18

    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

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  • 5:50

    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

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  • 6:36

    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

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  • 5:56

    When looking to buy a used RV AC unit for your rig, there are several things you should keep in mind. Although used is generally more cost-effective, remember that pre-owned appliances are always a toss-up; you can only know what kind of shape a unit’s in by doing a thorough inspection and running a comprehensive

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  • 2:47

    Due to limited field of vision, navigating curves in an RV can be a bit tricky. Most new drivers tend to start turning too early, which causes them to either veer into oncoming traffic on a left-hand curve or slip off the shoulder on a right-hand curve. This is understandable. The art of navigating curves

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  • 4:12

    The motto all RV drivers ought to remember when pulling into their first fueling station: “If a semi can fit, I can fit.” In reality, there’s nothing scary about navigating an RV fuel station, but we know it can seem an intimidating task. So in this quick lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you how

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  • 1:45

    Contrary to the common urge, it’s not the best idea to jerk your RV wheel back up onto the road when it slips off the highway shoulder. It may seem like the right move, getting the tire out of trouble as soon as you feel it slide, and most new RV drivers will implement this

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  • 9:50

    Navigating safely in an RV demands full focus, requiring drivers to be constantly aware of their surrounding at all times. Do you know what’s 100 yards ahead? How about 20 feet? Is there a small vehicle in your blind spot? Someone tailing too close behind? When you’re completely tuned into traffic patterns, road conditions, and

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