Use your RV levelers to lift a tire off the ground?

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris One of the biggest “helpers” that Class A motorhome owners often have is a good leveler system. At the push of a button or two, their rig is soon leveled up and stable, ready for an overnight, or weeks, without fussing with blocks, jacks, and the in-and-out of the cab that other RV... Read More

Winegard’s new ConnecT RV Internet WiFi + 4G LTE Extender

  By Bob Difley Introducing the Winegard ConnecT 4G1, a fully-integrated system that works together for maximum security, faster RV internet speeds, and increased range from any WiFi source. Plus, when WiFi is not available, it links to a reliable nationwide 4G LTE network for uninterrupted RV internet streaming while traveling anywhere. The Winegard ConnecT 4G1 helps keep mobile devices,... Read More

New cell booster: Up to 32X enhanced signal for RVs

  By Bob Difley St. George, Utah –April 17, 2017 — weBoost®, the global leader in cell signal boosters, today announced the launch of the Drive 4G-X RV, the brand’s most powerful and best performing in-vehicle cell phone signal booster providing up to 32X stronger cell signal. RV owners will now be able to experience exceptional call quality, faster data... Read More

RVs and WD-40: Unusual combinations that work!

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Seems like every RV has at least a can or two of WD-40 for lubricating various parts. But there’s more use for old WD-40 than just the occasional thread loosening. Here are a few tips that may make for slicker RV trips. Galley and household tricks: Why on earth do RV manufacturers use light-colored... Read More

RV Mods: A place to carry your “grass carpet”

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris Plenty of RVers carry a “grass carpet” with them to stick out under the awning. It’s great to simulate a little green when parked at some high-class RV park where your parking area is solid concrete and the nearest green is at the shuffleboard court. Problem is, how do you store your grass... Read More

Low-cost RVing at nearby wildlife refuges

  By Bob Difley Be on the lookout for Fish and Wildlife refuges, both national and state, for good boondocking and cheap camping opportunities. When there is no hunting season active, these refuges can be deserted. Though policies vary with each state, generally you can camp either free or very cheap. Some refuges can be quite scenic, on ponds maintained... Read More