Do-it-yourself RV storage organizer

By Jim Twamley No matter what type of RV you own, storage will always be an issue. I’ve used everything from elaborate storage compartment organization units, to stackable plastic storage bins, and cardboard boxes — because they work. For RV newbies, I suggest starting off with plastic bins and cardboard boxes until you determine what works best for your RV... Read More

RV just out of storage? Check those tires

Courtesy Dicor Corporation Spring’s a-comin’, even with a few lingering flurries. Wherever you’ve been hibernating during the winter, you’re probably itching to get your RV out and moving. So now’s a good time to check things out for another season on wheels. Speaking of wheels, tires are a good place to start — because they are literally the foundation of... Read More

Towing in the dirt – be careful of your “fog”

By Greg Illes  In 2015, we were fortunate to be able to take off for several months to tour Alaska and Canada. While most of the main roadways were paved for the greatest part of our 14,000-mile journey, there were some stretches of gravel and dirt to contend with. Our towing setup is pretty typical: a motorhome towing a smaller... Read More