Essential RV Travel Resource

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October 7, 2013

  In RVing, timing is everything. So if you plan on hitting the road next year, pre-order your copy now of the 2014 Good Sam RV Travel Guide & Campground Directory. This complete RV travel companion, with its comprehensive campground listings, RV-friendly travel routes, helpful maps and informative... Read more »

Proper Selection and Maintenance of Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors are Critical for Safe RV Living

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by Kristopher Bunker
October 7, 2013

  Apart from on-the-road hazards and in-camp mishaps, trailer owners need to be especially vigilant when dealing with two potential dangers: fire and carbon monoxide (CO). These dangers can be avoided with smoke and CO detectors. The units are relatively inexpensive and very easy to maintain.In... Read more »

Waxing Made Easy

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September 6, 2013

  Shurhold’s Dual Action Polisher uses an oscillating head to prevent damaging burns on painted surfaces and fiberglass Keeping the exterior of a trailer clean and waxed is a never-ending process. Many of us store our trailers outside, subjecting the exterior to harsh elements including dirt,... Read more »

Heat Things Up

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September 6, 2013

  Aqua-Hot’s 400LP Hydronic Heating system offers continuous hot water (up to 90 gallons per hour at 120 degrees Fahrenheit) and interior heating, according to the company. The unit runs on LP-gas and can also be powered by 120-volt AC, and draws 7 amps per hour. The unit has five separate thermostatic... Read more »

Protect Yourself While Driving

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September 6, 2013

  If an errant driver runs a red light and crashes into you, how do you prove who had the green light? Recently, Genius released its DVR-FHD590 Full HD Vehicle Recorder. This dash camera records full high-definition (1920×1080) video that helps drivers protect themselves with reliable evidence... Read more »

Cover Me: Selecting the Proper Cover Helps Keep an RV Looking Nice and Cuts Cleaning Time

DuPont TyvekRV fabric on the roof of this Designer Series ADCO cover is engineered to block up to 98 percent of dirt and dust particles larger than 3 microns, and also blocks up to 99.8 percent of the sun’s UV rays.

by Kristopher Bunker
September 6, 2013

  At some point, most RVers have to consider putting their rig away for storage. Seasonal changes, employment, family gatherings, etc., all happen, and we can’t always take our RV along for the ride. But when you do decide to store your RV, whether at home in the driveway or in a storage facility,... Read more »

Red Sasquatch: Brute Super Foot retractable Trailer A-frame Jack Extension Improves Stability and Eliminates Wood Stacking

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August 8, 2013

  Reading the headline, your first impression is most likely about a big hairy forest creature with giant feet. Well, at least the big feet are relative. Actually, in this case, it’s only one foot that’s part of a very beastly device that attaches to the trailer A-frame jack. Although the Brute... Read more »

Pacbrake – Products for Pickups

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August 8, 2013

  Heavy-duty chassis and turbodiesel engines in today’s pickups have made it possible for RVers to tow larger, more luxurious trailers. But once you have a truck, you might find a few perceived shortcomings compared to your driving expectations — shortcomings that fortunately the performance... Read more »

GOJO Hand Cleaner Degreaser

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Donya Carlson, Managing Editor
May 6, 2013

GOJO’s Cherry Gel Pumice Hand Cleaner Degreaser is a fast and effective solution to tough soils that come with working under the hood. The Gel Pumice cleans the heaviest dirt, grease and oil, and is pH balanced to promote skin comfort while leaving hands smelling fresh. The cleaner clings to hands... Read more »

The Winegard Ultra-thin Rayzar Antenna

Winegard’s ultra-thin Rayzar antenna

Bob Livingston, Publisher
March 22, 2013

At the risk of dating myself, I remember jury-rigging a rabbit-ear antenna to a portable TV that we tried to use while RVing. After painful maneuvering, we were able to pull in a few over-the-air channels, but dealing with a snowy picture was part of the experience. Broadcast TV has taken a back seat... Read more »

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