Spotlessly Clean


by Chris Hemer
July 30, 2015

  Keeping an RV clean not only makes it look good, it helps the finish last longer. But depending on where you live, hard-water deposits can leave spots on the paint or gelcoat and windows that can be very difficult to remove. Now, you can prevent them from forming in the first place with a deionization... Read more »

Super Brute Strength


by Chris Hemer
July 30, 2015

  Got a heavy trailer? The new Super Brute HSB5000R from Husky Towing Products is the company’s most powerful A-frame jack, with 5,000 pounds of capacity. Featuring a completely redesigned exterior housing, a screw jack design and the convenience of remote-control operation, this new jack offers... Read more »

Direct Hits

New Horizons offers a variety of custom configurations on the manufacturer’s own proprietary chassis. Aluminum framing surrounded by fiberglass walls and roof help with aesthetics and longevity.

by Kristopher Bunker
July 30, 2015

  Buying an RV directly from the factory allows customers to become more involved in the process The RV purchasing process is rife with choices: which vehicle type, which floorplan, which fabric color, which sofa bed. These are all essentially of equal importance; as a buyer, you’re making a... Read more »

Small Favors


by Chris Hemer
July 29, 2015

  Keeping holding tanks clean and fresh smelling is easy with these effective products in petite packages   We all love to think about our next RV journey. Discovering new places, meeting friends, making memories that can last a lifetime. The one thing we don’t like to think about, however,... Read more »

Tent Amping


by Chris Hemer
July 2, 2015

  Most of the time when we use portable generators, we’re camping in good weather. But have you ever thought about using it in driving rain or even snow? Odds are, your idea of protecting it under these conditions is putting it underneath the trailer, but this can allow poisonous carbon monoxide... Read more »

Watt’s Up


by Chris Hemer
July 2, 2015

  Learning how to properly maintain a built-in or portable generator can save time, trouble and money   As a trailer owner, it probably took you only a few camping trips in the boonies to realize that your home on wheels wasn’t really designed for long-term camping without electrical hookups.... Read more »

Under Pressure


by Bill and Jenn Gehr
July 1, 2015

  Doran’s new 360RV monitoring system keeps a critical eye on tire inflation while on the road   Once upon a time, you could look at a tire and tell that it was running low on pressure. Those days are long gone. Radial construction, combined with stiffer sidewalls means that, by the time... Read more »

First Time’s the Charm


by Kevin Livingston
June 29, 2015

  The Spyder, Winnebago’s inaugural toy-hauler trailer, zeros in on adventurers looking to stay on the shorter side of things In the world of RV manufacturing, it isn’t unusual to see several renditions of a new product, whereby changes in features, options, build specs and floorplans are made... Read more »

Pedal Power


article by Bob Livingston
June 29, 2015

  Adventurer folding bicycles add a strong element of versatility to local transportation that’s fun, healthy and affordable   As an experienced bicyclist who has ridden a number of high-end road and mountain bikes, I find the idea of pedaling a folding bike somewhat less than invigorating.... Read more »

2015 Mercedes-Benz G Class SUV


June 3, 2015

  The 2015 Mercedes-Benz GL is a full-size SUV that’s made in America, and has a substantial tow rating. Wood trim and rich leather upholstery add a warm ambience. Interior appointments include a seven-inch in-dash infotainment screen, controlled by an advanced operating system called COMAND. There... Read more »

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