Have Some Funnel

  Changing the oil on our Class A gas motorhome can be a hassle with the not-easy-to-reach oil inlet that is set back from the...

Vinyl Answer

  On our way home after picking up our new motorhome, my wife and I experienced a blinding glare from a reflection of the sun...

Foam Foiler

  As a longtime RVer I have learned that diesel fuel foams (or blows back if there is no auto stop). To help with the...

How Cool Is That?

  We have always been concerned about our refrigerator’s interior temperature, especially while boondocking. After installing a residential model, we wanted to monitor the interior...

Shower Rod

  Living full time in our motorhome, I soon found out that there was little room to hang clothes that needed to air-dry after washing....

Hook ’Em!

  The oven in our RV is a microwave convection, and we found that we use the microwave far more often than the convection function....

Put On the Squeeze

  Filling the coach and starting batteries is often a difficult task, and one that can be hazardous, but I found a way to simplify...

Counter Productive

  The kitchen counterspace in our Class B motorhome is a bit small. I went to a local kitchen counter remodeler and bought a scrap...

Tag It

  After driving away with my motorhome’s water hose still attached, I looked for a way to make sure I didn’t forget anything so critical...

Bag It

  I love the big 7-inch screen on my GPS. What I don’t love is that after a few bumps on the road, I need...

Products

Wonder Bras

Looking to help your motorhome stand out from the crowd, while adding a layer of protection to the front end of your coach? Active...

LarryAlert: Wireless Security

The pocket-size LarryAlert connected alert device keeps a watchful eye on your stuff when you can’t. The rugged, weather-resistant unit creates an invisible shield...

TPMS for Your Motorhome

  Monitoring tire pressure and temperature is easy using one of these aftermarket systems Though tires may seem to be little more than round rubber shapes...