Conserve water and never step into a cold shower again!

By Bob Difley How many times have you wanted to stay out camping another day or two, but ran out of fresh water or found out that your gray water tank was full and had to be dumped? Have you ever thought about how much fresh, clean water gets wasted going down the drain, from the time you turn on... Read More

Furkot: A funny name for a great trip planner

  By Chris Guld  GeeksOnTour.com There is no perfect Trip-Planning system, but that doesn’t stop us from continuing to look for one! Here’s a list of systems we have used: Streets & Trips (we even have a full set of tutorial videos on using this one) RoadTrippers – see article Roadtrippers for Trip Planning RVTripWizard – see article RV Trip... Read More

How to protect your home from burglars while RVing (video)

RVers who are on the road don’t want to “advertise” that their home is unoccupied, inviting burglars. In this video, RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury interviews Sergeant Cole Langdon of the Lynnwood, Wash., Police Department about how RVers can help protect their homes from robbers while they’re away. Read More

Replace cheap device-charging cables with Kevlar

By Bob Difley RVers on the go can sometimes handle their stuff in a rather rough manner. This is especially true with the various cable and charge cords for our multiple electronic devices, as evidenced when they just stop charging for no apparent reason. A group called Nonda is attempting to help those brutal cord handlers with its new 4-foot,... Read More

RV holding tank care

Dear Gary,I think I’ve seen more words written about holding tank care and operation than any other single subject. Your discussion in Family Motor Coaching Magazine about cleaning black tanks was interesting and helpful. In the same issue, there was a description of an all-natural, microbial-based holding tank additive that, at least according to the maker, allows the microbes to... Read More