Are you smarter than your RV tire salesperson? You may need to be

RV Tire Safety with RV tire expert Roger Marble With the Michelin LTX tire, you may need to be smarter than your RV tire salesperson. As an RV owner, I believe that in most cases it is important for us to know as much as possible about our tires. Sometimes this means knowing more about our tires than the average... Read More

Need storage for your stuff or RV?

Do you wish your RV looked like the image to the right? Are you out of storage? As RVers, we often run out of room for, well, everything. We build shelves and organize our basement compartments as best we can, but in reality, those two large TVs, the old dog crate, the books we can’t part with, and hubby’s bowling... Read More

RV Electricity – No~Shock~Zone by Mike Sokol – Issue 1

Issue 1 • November 26, 2017 Brought to you as a public service by RVtravel.com.  Subscribe to one of our many online newsletters (including this one) about RVing. Everything you wanted to know about RV electrical systems but were afraid to ask…   OK, you all asked for it. The more I write about RV electrical systems, the more questions... Read More

Buying a bargain-priced “flooded” RV? Beware!

Dear Gary, I’m thinking of buying a previously flooded travel trailer off a salvage site. The unit was in a freshwater flood with water sitting in there for about 15 days before it was cleaned up. Water was up over the fuse panel but the batteries were not hooked up and it wasn’t plugged in at the time of flooding.... Read More

Steps to conserving and supplying power for RV boondocking

  Here’s a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, My wife and I have boondocked a couple of times and like it, but it seems that we run out of power too soon. What are the best ways for boondockers to increase their available power supply without breaking the bank buying an expensive solar system? —Walt and... Read More

RV Mods: Table drop-leg chewing floor? Here’s a quick fix!

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If you own a “vintage” RV, you probably have a “bag of tricks” you reach into to make your RVing life easier. Older equipment can sometimes act up, and there’s not always a modern fix for problems. Here’s one we ran into. Some RV dinettes are equipped with a single, folding leg. With the... Read More

Is it worth it to inflate tires with nitrogen?

RV Tire Safety with RV tire expert Roger Marble Regarding nitrogen (N2) passing through (permeating) tire rubber more slowly than oxygen (O2) due to molecular size, are nitrogen molecules really larger than oxygen molecules? According to the Get Nitrogen Institute in their paper on N2 effusion, “The correct answer, with respect to ‘permeation,’ is yes.” So I imagine your question is: Why... Read More