How to choose a campsite

By Jose and Jill Ferrer When you are lucky enough to pull into a campground or RV park where you can choose your site, here are some things to consider:Is the site level? An uneven site may present a challenge to your suspension, levelers and your patience.How are the hook-ups? Make it a practice to inspect the electrical, water and... Read More

Why a used motorhome is a better value

Courtesy Motorhomes of Texas   When buying a big motorhome the question is: buy new or used? If you want the best overall deal the hunt will be among the “previously enjoyed” RVs. Here’s why: People trade in their units for different reasons: Newer or improved equipment, TVs, heating systems, room slides, bigger or more efficient engine, more room, smaller... Read More

Radiant heaters: An alternative to RV forced air furnaces

By Greg Illes Heating in most RVs is with a forced-air, propane-fired system. These heaters are effective at heating up the trailer or coach in short order but they have disadvantages. A forced-air heater is noisy and it uses a 12-volt driven fan to circulate air. If you’re not on shore power, a long cold day could deplete your battery.... Read More