Do-it-yourself dish drainer

By Cheryl Probst   RV sinks come in awkward sizes, especially when it comes to dish drainers. There’s usually not enough room on the counter for a standard size drainer, so what’s a person to do? One solution is to make your own drainer to fit in the sink. Our version is inexpensive and takes only a few minutes to... Read More

Taking it apart? Tips for putting it back together — correctly!

By Steve Savage RV Mobility Services   For all you do-it-yourselfers out there, here’s something important to remember: Not even those of us who work on RVs for a living know how everything we work on is assembled. It’s a sure bet you don’t either. Most of the calls I’ve received recently have been the result of someone correctly diagnosing... Read More

Send and receive faxes while traveling

By Chris Guld www.GeeksOnTour.TV   RVers use the Internet for everything else, why not faxing?  Even if you do travel with an all-in-one printer/fax machine, most of them will need a cable from a landline telephone in order to work.  There are websites that you can use for faxing. Receiving is easy.  All that’s required is a phone number that... Read More

Protecting your RV’s bathroom door

By Cheryl Probst   Most RV bathrooms are cramped; some are just barely big enough to turn around in. This frequently means the bathroom door will bang against the toilet or other fixture when it’s opened. Bang hard or long enough and eventually the door could be damaged. Making a buffer to protect the door and toilet is a quick... Read More