To the Rescue


December 22, 2015

  When it comes to RV ownership, making minor repairs is part of the real world. Rescue Tape is one of those products that can help mend leaking hoses or plumbing, insulate frayed wire or even serve as a temporary fan belt. Rescue Tape is a multipurpose silicone repair tape that has a 950-psi tensile... Read more »

Let There Be Light


December 22, 2015

  Many older RVs have fluorescent tube lighting in one or more areas. While these fixtures are energy-efficient, they often produce unflattering light and can start to flicker as they age. If you’ve been looking for a suitable alternative, M4 Products may have the answer with its new 12-volt DC... Read more »

Fun with Fiberglass


by Kristopher Bunker
December 21, 2015

  Lightweight molded-fiberglass RVs are designed for long-term durability and improved mpg — and they look cool, too RVs are constructed in a number of different ways, but many follow the same basic blueprint: Start with a steel or aluminum frame, build up the walls with wood and/or aluminum,... Read more »

Plug That Leak


by Chris Hemer
December 2, 2015

Flat tires happen at the most inopportune times. Ideally, they should be repaired from the inside out, but in an emergency, that’s not always possible. The Stop & Go Deluxe Tire Plugger is designed for on-the-wheel repair to virtually any tubeless tire, according to the company, and it seals the... Read more »

Clear the Air


by Chris Hemer
December 2, 2015

  A good vent fan inside your trailer is important for a variety of reasons. It can keep the interior free from smoke and odor while cooking, and when kept open during storage, it can help prevent mold and mildew from forming. But for those of us who store our rigs outdoors, leaving roof vents open... Read more »

RV Tires 101


by Ken Freund
November 30, 2015

  Understanding the basics can help avoid costly blowouts and lead to safer travels Tires on tow vehicles or trailers run the gamut from passenger-car types to truck and trailer rubber — and each has its own specific design, construction and job to do. Problems with tires have become one of... Read more »

Launch Your Fun


by Donya Carlson
November 30, 2015

  Designed to keep RVing simple and affordable for families on the go, Starcraft’s lightweight Launch can be towed by properly equipped minivans and small SUVs. Five floorplans weighing less than 4,000 pounds include three hard-sided travel trailers — one with a slideout — and two hybrids... Read more »

Fridge Coasters


November 2, 2015

  If you use the refrigerator in your RV often, you know it’s only a matter of time before shelves and bins start to get stained and sticky from miscellaneous food spills and drips. That’s where Fridge Coasters come in. Created on the notion that you should spend more time enjoying yourself... Read more »

Cell-Phone Coverage Booster


November 2, 2015

  You never know where you might travel or how strong the cell-phone signal will be when you get there. Ordinarily, spotty service isn’t anything more than a minor inconvenience — until there’s an emergency, you need directions or you have to find the nearest fuel station. To keep RVers connected,... Read more »

A Tool With Impact


November 2, 2015

  Changing a flat tire on the side of the road is no picnic, but having the right tools at your disposal makes all the difference in the world.  Instead of muscling those lugs with a wrench, consider Rockwell’s 20V MaxLithium Brushless Impact Wrench. It applies the necessary torque to break free,... Read more »

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