Too chilly for antifreeze?

By Chris Dougherty Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician. Here is a letter he received from a reader while he was serving as RVtravel.com’s technical editor. Dear Chris, I keep two gallons of RV antifreeze on hand in case needed. The last few weeks I have watched it carefully. At 9° F it is mostly slush and almost not... Read More

Air-Dryr helps prevent mold and mildew

As seasons change, damp outdoor conditions can bring mold, mildew and corrosion issues inside. The Air-Dryr from Davis Instruments is an inexpensive and effective way to combat these problems. Air-Dryr is the perfect choice for winterization of vacation cabins, boats, and RVs. Constant air circulation reduces condensation in enclosed spaces that are sealed up during the fall and winter. Great... Read More

How to store your tires

If you have multiple sets of tires, proper tire storage is a must. (Just setting them off in the corner of your garage isn’t enough.) Proper storage ensures that your tires’ appearance and performance are maintained. Before you store your tires, be sure to inspect each one for damage or uneven wear. Some quick tips Store your tires in a... Read More