Use the right lubricants to keep your RV working right and quietly

By Greg Illes It’s truly surprising how many different ways modern technology has provided to lubricate moving parts. When I was a kid, the choices were likely between “axle grease,” motor oil, 3-in-1 and Liquid Wrench. Nowadays, we have a plethora of synthetics, Teflon-bases, penetrants, dry-lubes, and food-grade (you can swallow it) lubricants. Let’s start with the basics — your... Read More

TireTraker monitors tire pressure and temperature wirelessly

Your RV’s tires are near the top of the list of safety features that you don’t want to take any chances with, like hoping that they maintain the proper pressure, are not going flat from a road puncture, or are weakening from age or road temperatures. Low pressure is the leading cause of premature tire failure. The TireTraker™ TT-500C can... Read More

Hygienic care of your RV sewer attachments

By George Bliss Hygiene: “Conditions or practices conducive to maintaining health and preventing disease, especially through cleanliness.” RVers have to travel long distances and often are a distance away from the supply store. If you’re like me, you carry everything you need and more. As far as emptying your grey and black water tanks, you often need various attachments depending... Read More

Don’t gamble with your restraurant budget: Try a casino buffet

By Bob Difley If you’re not a gambler and you’ve never been to Las Vegas, Biloxi or Atlantic City, you may not realize the full-scale delights of a casino buffet. The hotels and casinos figure that you wouldn’t be there if you didn’t engage in gaming, and they want you to choose their casino to spend your gaming dollars —... Read More