Tips: Thanksgiving Dinner on the Road

Tips: Thanksgiving Dinner on the Road

November 9, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Whether you live in your RV on a full-time basis or just happen to be on the road during Thanksgiving,preparing a big feast within the confines of your galley kitchen can bea challenge — but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible, unpleasant or that you and yours must settle for a lackluster holiday meal. To the contrary, [...]

It’s hurricane season! Be Prepared

It’s hurricane season! Be Prepared

August 24, 2012 by · 1 Comment 

From June through November each year, there is most always a storm brewing somewhere in the Atlantic or the Gulf of Mexico, just gathering steam to come ashore. You can never be too prepared when it comes to these types of natural disasters – whether it’s hurricanes, tornadoes, or earthquakes that tend to affect your [...]

Matching the Perfect RV to the Perfect Tow Vehicle (Or vice versa)

Matching the Perfect RV to the Perfect Tow Vehicle (Or vice versa)

March 29, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

The Importance of Compatibility and Understanding Weight Ratings and Weights By Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor So you’ve done your due diligence and have decided to enter the towable recreation vehicle lifestyle. You already know that any non-motorized RV is considered a towable, including a slide-in pickup camper. Folding camping trailers, conventional travel trailers, slide-in [...]

How to Winterize Your RV

October 26, 2011 by · 6 Comments 

Guide to Preparing Your RV for Storage Provided by Camping World You’ve had a great year in your RV, and now it’s almost time to store it for winter. Follow this step-by-step guide to properly winterize and prepare your RV for long or short term storage. Step-by-Step Guide to Winterizing Your RV The following are [...]

Protect your RV this Winter

Protect your RV this Winter

September 22, 2011 by · 5 Comments 

  An excerpt from 2011 Late Fall Highways magazine Your RV represents what could be the second largest investment of your life. Every day that your RV goes uncovered, paint and interior surfaces fade, while vinyl, rubber, leather and fabrics dry, crack and deteriorate. Unless you’re a full timer, your RV may sit for months [...]

Tow Bar Safety

Tow Bar Safety

August 24, 2011 by · 2 Comments 

Everyone knows they need to check their oil and have their brakes inspected. But very few people check the safety of their tow bar. Unlike diamonds, a tow bar doesn’t last forever. Environmental exposure, stress on vital components from poor road conditions, corrosion – these are just a few of the factors that take their [...]

Better Storage

Better Storage

August 24, 2011 by · 3 Comments 

Submitted by Leone Teel of Livingston, Texas Our new motorhome has lots of basement storage space but one compartment is only 26 inches deep. As an alternative to using stackable storage tubs, I inserted in our basement bin two off-the-shelf 21x21x21-inch wire-basket frames, available in the shelving section of home-improvement stores. Each frame can hold [...]

Better Storage

Better Storage

August 23, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Our new motorhome has lots of basement storage space but one compartment is only 26 inches deep.As an alternative to using stackable storage tubs, I inserted in our basement bin two off-the-shelf 21x21x21-inch wire-basket frames, available in the shelving section of home-improvement stores. Each frame can hold from one to four sliding baskets. For one [...]

Tow Bar Safety

Tow Bar Safety

August 23, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Everyone knows they need to check their oil and have their brakes inspected. But very few people check the safety of their tow bar. Unlike diamonds, a tow bar doesn’t last forever. Environmental exposure, stress on vital components from poor road conditions, corrosion – these are just a few of the factors that take their [...]

Microwave Noodle

Microwave Noodle

July 25, 2011 by · 6 Comments 

By Good Sam Member Angel Hayes Tools Needed: large scissors and one “swim” noodle The roadways of America can be really rough in places! To keep the rotating glass plate from jumping around in the microwave while traveling, insert part of a “swim” noodle. Cut noodle to the required height and insert between the glass plate [...]

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