Speedometer and Tach Fluctuations

By Ken Freund
April 28, 2017

  Q: I have a 1998 Tradewinds diesel motorhome that I purchased new. On a recent trip from Minnesota to Arizona, the speedometer and tachometer would fluctuate while driving between 60 and 75 MPH,... Read more »

Motorhome Multitasking

By Randy Springer
April 28, 2017

  So, what else can I do with this thing? The most common reasons people buy a motorhome are to travel the country, to go camping and to view nature in all its splendor. But when you’re not out... Read more »

KING OmniGo

April 28, 2017

    KING is beaming in a new portable omnidirectional over-the-air (OTA) antenna. The OmniGo is powerful and compact, and has been designed to pick up signals from all directions, without the... Read more »

Portable Power

April 28, 2017

  Renogy introduces the Phoenix Generator 20W All-in-one Solar Kit, a briefcase-sized personal solar-energy solution that transforms the power of the sun into easy-to-use, dependable energy for smaller... Read more »

Compass 23TB

By Holly and Norm Roy
April 27, 2017

  Thor’s 2017 Class C RUV features many creature comforts in a compact, nimble package Compasses were developed by the Chinese 200 years prior to the Common Era and have been used for eons to... Read more »

Ten Motorhomes for the Ultimate RV-Park Party

By Kristopher Bunker
April 27, 2017

  These stylish models bring together all the ingredients for great festivities The lure of all things nature may be what originally draws us to RVing, but to many motorhome owners, another —... Read more »

Power Players

By Larry Walton
April 27, 2017

  Products designed to prevent damage to the motorhome caused by electrical problems Most of our favorite RV parks have one thing in common: great location. They were built in the remote corners... Read more »

The Classic Ride: DIY Dream Ride

By Ann Eichenmuller
April 26, 2017

  Left for dead after a damaging refrigerator fire, a salvaged 2003 Coachmen Cross Country Elite has been resurrected to custom-coach majesty Michelangelo once said that every block of stone has... Read more »

New York’s Finger Lakes

A motorboat zips past Trinity Episcopal Church in Seneca Falls, where the first “Woman’s Rights Convention” was held in 1848.

By Emily Fagan
April 25, 2017

  Up close with waterfalls, wineries and the Amish Surprisingly, in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, bucolic farmland stretches as far as the eye can see and Amish horses and buggies... Read more »

Put On the Squeeze

April 24, 2017

  Filling the coach and starting batteries is often a difficult task, and one that can be hazardous, but I found a way to simplify this messy job by repurposing a plastic bottle. A stand-on-its-head... Read more »

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