“Early morning black bears” spare tire cover

By Bob Difley With Tire Cover Central you can choose from a large selection of Horses, Dolphins, Eagles, camping scenes, cartoons, and more. All spare tire covers are made from rugged marine grade vinyl and double stitched with heavy duty upholstery thread and come with a one year warranty. All spare tire covers are secured by a 90-pound test rope... Read More

Clean your dump hose the easy way

By Bob Difley Did you ever ask yourself why you store away your sewer hose after dumping your tanks without cleaning it – thoroughly, not just a feeble rinse. Well, you don’t have to any more. The Camco RV Sewer Hose Rinser with Shut-Off Valve thoroughly rinses your sewer hose before storing. This unique sewer hose rinser features jet cleaning... Read More

Better to flat-tow dinghy or use tow dolly?

By Chris Dougherty Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician. Here is a letter he received from a reader while he was serving as RVtravel.com’s technical editor. Dear Chris,I’m just starting research on RVing but it seems like it would be a good idea to avoid the additional mileage put on the toad during towing by using a dolly. With... Read More

Simplify backing into your RV space

By Steve Savage Mobility RV Service   If you tow, I suspect you — like most of us — have suffered through the stress that comes along with backing into your space in the campground with everyone watching. The yelling matches between spouses can reach divorce-pending proportions, and discussions about the best way to communicate between the person driving and the... Read More

Taking photos may enhance a trip experience

That friend of yours who snaps photos of everything on a trip may be enjoying him or herself more than someone who just observes and doesn’t take photos. According to a new multi-university study, reported on Gizmag, taking snapshots can actually make your experiences more enjoyable. The study was conducted by the University of Southern California, Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania.... Read More

Holding tank tips for the stationary RV

By Russ and Tiña De Maris While the term “recreational vehicle” fosters visions of hitting the open road and exploring new sights, new civilizations, we don’t always boldly go where we haven’t gone before. Sometimes we may be “stuck” in the same place for a couple of weeks–even months. Having a “stationary RV” means special care of the black water... Read More