THE SURVEY AND CONTEST
IS NOW CLOSED.
The winner of the prize was Larry Ellison of Rainier, Oregon.
July 30 to August 4, 2017
Here’s this week’s Facebook/YouTube RVer Survey:
How often do you smell offensive odors from your RV’s sewer tank?
After you reply, if you leave your email address (which we will never share with outsiders), we will enter you in a drawing to be held immediately after the contest ends on Friday, August 4 at noon (Pacific Time) to win an All-New Fire 7 Tablet with Alexa. Using Random.org, we’ll select a winner from all the entries PLUS we’ll email all entrants about our next poll and weekly contest. Please see additional rules below. We will not use your email address for any other purpose!
The current survey results will appear after you leave your vote and enter your email address. The final results will also appear on this page next Friday afternoon.
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PLEASE SELECT ONE RESPONSE
•Prizes can only be shipped to addresses with a U.S. Zip code.
•Must be 18 to participate.
•Vote only once. Voting more than once will disqualify you.
•We will notify you if you win. You will have 24 hours to respond. If you do not respond we will choose another winner. If that person does not respond, we will save the prize for another contest.
•Contest ends Friday, July 28 at noon, Pacific Time
SEE THE RESULTS OF OUR PREVIOUS SURVEY
The question was:
How important is it to you to camp where you have Internet Access?
Easily clean those
stubborn bugs off your RV
The Microfiber Mesh Bug and Tar Sponge has millions of tiny fibers embedded in the microfiber cloth that grabs and holds the dust and dirt. It is so effective it even cleans without chemicals, saving both time and money. The secret of this sponge lies in its unique, double-layer microfiber mesh. Older nylon bug sponges can harm your clear coat, but this one is completely paint safe. Learn more or order
Propane running low? This will tell you!
With this Dometic LPGC10 LP Gas Checker you can instantly monitor your LP tank’s level. It uses ultrasonic technology to tell you in just a few seconds how full – or empty – a propane tank is. It’s about the size of a writing pen and weighs less than two ounces, so it’s easy to store. For use on steel and aluminum liquid propane tanks. Learn more or order.
Endorsed by Roger Marble of RVtireSafety.com!
An excellent tire pressure gauge
The Accutire MS-4021B digital tire pressure gauge has an easy-to-read LCD display that provides pressure readings from 5-150 PSI. It’s ergonomically designed with an angled head and a rubber-coated easy-grip handle. If you forget to turn off the gauge, don’t worry, it will automatically shut off. The included lithium battery never needs to be recharged or replaced. And all this for about $10! Learn more or order.
Graphite keeps your locks working
Keep your RV’s locks (and other locks, too) working the way they should. This product from AGS will keep them lubricated and working smoothly and will guard against sticking and dirt buildup. Also reduces wear and corrosion. This should be essential equipment on all RVs. Learn more or order.
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Microwave cover collapses for easy storage
When heating your food you don’t want to spend 10 minutes later cleaning the splatters inside the microwave. Here’s the solution — perfect for RVers: It pops down flat for easy storage. Lid perforations allow steam to escape to keep food moist. Doubles as a strainer! Learn more or order.
Best way to fill your batteries
Fill this container with distilled water, insert the nozzle into the cell of your battery, then push and hold. When the battery is at the proper level, the water will automatically stop. Then move to the next cell, etc. You won’t over- or under-fill your batteries this way, helping extend their lives. Learn more or order at Amazon.com.