Campsite “arrival” and “departure” checklists

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Camping with your RV can seem like a complicated process when you’re first getting started–kind of like flying a plane. Here are two “checklists” that can make your own RV ‘flight” arrivals and departures easier and safer. RV Arrival Checklist 1. Before you “land” your RV in a site, do a quick eye-ball (or... Read More

New RVer asks: What fifth wheel hitch position for tow?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Folks new to the fifth-wheeling game sometimes have a little catching up to do. Sometimes even us ‘old dogs’ learn something new. For example, I know plenty of fifth wheel owners who’ve never had the need for a “sliding hitch” because they’ve always towed with a long-bed truck. First, what’s a ‘sliding hitch’? Specially... Read More

Shurhold system enables high quality DIY RV detailing

By Bob Difley RV owners tired of paying $5–7 a foot to have their rigs professionally cleaned can instead detail with quality DIY tools and products. They make the job fast and easy, while being significantly less expensive. Thoroughly rinsing the RV first will loosen dirt and grime, soften stuck-on insects, and wash away debris that might scratch the finish.... Read More