Help for Hitching Up

I have a 2011 Cougar fifth-wheel with Keystone’s proprietary Hitch Vision, which is basically a mirror on the front of the RV that greatly...

Extra Fuel Payload

Q: I had a Class A motorhome with a 75-gallon gas tank. Now I tow a trailer with a truck that has a 25-gallon gas...

RV 101: Proper Care of RV Appliances Lowers the Risk of Failures

Whether it's heating or cooling or cooking or refrigeration, your RV systems need proper care to keep them happy and healthy The appliances in our...

Dirty Little Secrets

  The right RV sanitation techniques and materials can make these humbling chores cleaner and easier RVing gives us the freedom to see the world from...

High-Wind Trailer Tipping

  Q: There is a lot of information out there about wind speed and the effects while towing a travel trailer or fifth-wheel, but I could...

We Have Liftoff!

I found an easier way to lift and insert my trailer’s weight-distributing hitch into the receiver. It was a simple job to bend a...

Scratch-Free Floor

We recently replaced the old carpet in our Keystone Montana fifth-wheel with vinyl plank flooring from our home center. To protect the new flooring...

Now You See It

To simplify checking my RV’s LP-gas cylinders without removing the shroud, I took a small plastic mirror and heat-bent it to a 60-degree angle....

DIY Duct Covers

After living in our fifth-wheel for a while, we noticed a lot of debris accumulating in the floor ducts. We wanted an easier way...

RV Q&A: Ford Excursion Shocks

  Q: I have a 2000 Ford Excursion two-wheel-drive, 7.3-liter diesel with 60,000 miles on it. I tow a 26-foot trailer and am looking to replace...
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Products

Royal Reception

Two new multidirectional over-the-air antennas from King help RVers connect with TV programming. Both HDTV antennas automatically receive free VHF, UHF and FM broadcast...

Cycle Safeguard

Bicycling is a favorite mode of campground transportation and a means of exercise for RVers, and there’s often considerable investment in the pedals being...
The near-effortless scissor-type mechanism allows the steps to be adjusted to accommodate various heights from the ground. A three-step model was installed on the test trailer; systems are also available with two, four, five or six steps.

Another Step of Success

Torklift’s glow-in-the-dark step system, designed for improved trailer entry and egress, undergoes a refinement for even better function and stability When it comes to gaining...