Living in a campground, even for just a day or two, was to join a community where everything involving privacy and cooperation seemed different.
You can make it work by using your car's storage space wisely, making modifications as needed, and adapting to the limitations of your parking place.
Why RV owners need to use the proper toilet paper to avoid clogging their black water holding tanks.
All RV owners, and homeowners with home septic tanks, should recognize the problems they can create when they dispose of those disinfecting wipes which are so popular these days.
Using a Consignment Seller to handle the sale of your RV can be a great option for the RV owner who wants to avoid the tedious details of the sale process. The owner can often even save significant money and get a quick sale.
Picking a vehicle for full-time living is a difficult decision. In this article, the smaller-to-medium size options are compared. These include cargo van, Class B RV, and travel trailer.
Looking for the best space heater for your RV this Winter? Follow along with me as I provide research and reviews of the most popular space heater types on the market. Don't spend another frigid night with your old, inefficient space heater.
It is important for RV buyers to understand the values of different types of vehicle designs before they buy a travel unit. Entry doors definitely fall into this category. Choose a coach with the wrong door, and you'll be miserable!
When RV travelers hit the road on their camping trips, they usually start out with everything they need. Here are a number of ideas for great holiday gifts that every RV owner will appreciate and use.
Two of the most misunderstood electrical devices in an RV are the inverter and the converter. Each of these devices is critical to the proper function of so many things in an RV. This article explains what they do and how they operate.
Here are some tips we used when downsizing to live full time in a 19 foot travel trailer, the Intech Sol.
Many inexperienced people will purchase a new or used RV without any knowledge of what other things they might need to bring to have a safe and fun camping experience. This article lists items your RV should have to assure you'll have a great camping trip.
I've been living inside a travel trailer for most of the past ten years. This page will be about the biggest three problems I encountered with the trailer itself, and then the solutions to those problems.
Important information for disabled people who wish to buy recreational vehicles that will make RV travel safe, comfortable and possible for them.
Helpful information for disabled people who think they would like to go RVing. Includes where to find special needs RVs, how to find handicapped accessible campgrounds and more.
Planning which electrical equipment you will use when while camping can help the RV owner avoid overloading the camper's electrical breakers.
Living in a van may seem hard to imagine to the average person. How do you exist in such a small space? Is it too confining? How do so many make the space work for them? Investigating the van-dwelling lifestyle provides the answers to such questions.
A smart RV traveler will take advantage of all of the discounts commonly offered by campgrounds. Even small discounts of 10% per night can add up for someone who hops around the country a lot.
Every seasonal RV traveler needs to understand the potential high costs as well as the available savings as they plan their trips around the country. Campsite pricing can vary widely throughout the year and the savvy RV owner can take advantage of these seasonal variations.
An honest explanation of two months of significant drops in RV shipments nationwide, and what they can mean to buyers and private sellers if this trend continues.
RV accessories are expensive, and there are many that are simply a waste of money. Identify and eliminate those that are unnecessary so that you will have more control of your environment and more comfort while traveling.
A detailed answer to the question many RV buyers have always wondered about, which is just how much profit do RV dealerships make when they sell you a recreational vehicle!
Any RV, whether it's a big motorhome or a small trailer camper, should have a multimeter in it for use when electrical equipment in the RV stops operating properly. Using a multimeter can save you a lot of time in isolating the cause of such electrical problems.
Overcrowding in RV parks is becoming a serious issue. Here are some things you can do to avoid having to deal with this problem.