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 »

Good as Gold … and Silver and Bronze

December 1, 2015

  Presenting your favorites in Trailer Life’s fourth-annual readers’ poll Spanning recreational vehicles, tow vehicles and everything that goes with them, Trailer Life’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards honor the places and products that work best for RVers. The 2015 poll results can help... 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 »

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 »

Break the Ice

by Kevin Livingston
November 2, 2015

  Getting an RV ready for winter travel will take the frost off the windows, holding tanks and plumbing fixtures The temperature has dropped dramatically, flakes are falling, and the moisture in the air is far more prevalent. All of these elements point a giant arrow at Old Man Winter and another... Read more »

Hug Your Hitch

by Chris Hemer
October 1, 2015

  When you tow a travel trailer, hitches are part of your life — and so are annoying rattles. Most of us just deal with it — or turn up the stereo. But if you’ve been searching for a viable solution, the Hitch Hugger from Dakota Metal Works might just be it. The spring-loaded Hitch Hugger... Read more »

Make Your Li-ion Roar

by Chris Hemer
October 1, 2015

  Lithium-ion batteries are quickly gaining popularity due to their long life and light weight, two benefits that speak directly to RVers. Progressive Dynamics’ Inteli-Power 9100L Series lithium-ion battery converter/chargers are designed to meet the stringent voltages required for properly charging... Read more »

Camp Casual

by Chris Hemer
October 1, 2015

  Packing plates and bowls into your RV every time you head out on the road is a pain, and using paper plates sure doesn’t add much to your mealtime experiences. Camp Casual brings back the fun with a colorful, retro-inspired 12-piece dining set. The vintage-style dishes have RV-camping designs... Read more »

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