Changing shocks in these Class C RVs a nightmare

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris If your Class C motorhome is built on a Ford E-350 chassis, you’re far from being alone. There’s just swarms of these venerable RVs out there, and they have their own peculiar praises and faults. Of the latter, you’ll find plenty of E-350 owners who begin to use language that’s not safe for... Read More

Jayco recalling some 2017 Seismic travel trailers

  (October 15, 2016) — Jayco is recalling certain model year 2017 Seismic travel trailers manufactured November 19, 2015 to August 19, 2016. The affected vehicles may be equipped with an underrated resettable fuse for the awning with LED lights. The incorrect fuse may not properly protect the circuit, allowing an electrical short to occur and increasing the risk of... Read More

What do full-time RVers do about medical care?

An reader named Daniel wrote with this question: What do folks do about medical care when full time RV living?  Do have any tips for Daniel or other readers who may be interested? We’ll compile your comments next week into an article that will hopefully provide some answers. This is a question that often comes up. So, please, leave a comment. —Chuck, editor   Read More

Gas pains: Debit card holds at the fuel pump

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris As more RVing snowbirds hit the road, turning the season into “tour time,” there can be an unexpected bit of financial reckoning. Even as gas prices are still pretty reasonable, there’s still a possible snake-in-the-grass waiting for you at the fuel pump: Debit card holds. It works this way: You pull up to... Read More