Truly Spotless


by Chris Hemer
July 24, 2015

    Keeping a motorhome clean not only makes it look good, it helps the finish last longer. But depending on where you live, hard-water deposits can leave spots on paint/gelcoat and windows that can be difficult to remove. CRSpotless offers a water-filtration system that is designed to prevent spotting... Read more »

EZ Generator Service


by Chris Hemer
July 24, 2015

    When it’s time to change the generator oil, most owners would probably like to spend as little time underneath the motorhome as possible. That’s what makes the new EZ Oil Drain Valve for Cummins-Onan generators so appealing to do-it-yourselfers. Installation is easy — just remove... Read more »

Fence the Hose In


July 22, 2015

  I needed a new sewer hose carrier for my RV. According to reviews of the Valterra EZ hose carrier, the inside diameter seems to be a half-inch smaller than the fittings on most sewer hoses, so I decided to make my own since trimming the hoses to fit didn’t make much sense. I bought a 5-inch-square... Read more »

Top-Shelf Storage


July 22, 2015

  After many years of family camping, my husband and I stepped up to a Class C motorhome. While spending three months in Florida last winter, I was determined to find more storage space in the coach. I fashioned a shelf unit for the bathroom that utilizes empty space and affords us extra storage for... Read more »

Bringing More to the Table


July 22, 2015

  Our 2012 Jayco Seneca is like many motorhomes that have a dining table that can be lowered and made into an extra bed. It is convenient, but makes for a very small table. Only my wife and I could comfortably sit at ours, so having guests always meant we ate outdoors. My wife came up with an idea... Read more »

Hold Everything


By Chris Hemer
July 22, 2015

  Before you take your next RV trip, make sure the black and gray tanks are properly treated There are so many things we love about the RVing lifestyle. Satisfying that traveling bone. Meeting new friends. And seeing the places that you used to only read about in magazines. There are few things... Read more »



By Chris Hemer
June 26, 2015

  Understanding the inner workings of a motorhome generator and how it should be maintained can save time, money and trouble   If you’ve ever endured a blackout, you understand how easy it is to take reliable, accessible power for granted. You stumble around lighting candles, and even after... Read more »

Dry Cleaning


By E. Don Smith
May 27, 2015

  Reduce the mess — and the slippery slopes — with near-waterless fiberglass roof cleaning   Cleaning the roof of a motorhome is never a particularly easy task, but some ways of keeping it clean are easier than others. In the May 2010 issue (“Winning the Battle With Rooftop Mold and... Read more »

Slow Refueling

Ken Freund Coach & Powertrain

May 20, 2015

  I have a 32-foot 1998 Bounder Class A and my problem is with refueling. Sometimes the coach will take fuel readily and at other times it only allows fuel to trickle in to the tank. I try to find stations with a slope where I can park with the front end down, which sometimes helps, but is not always... Read more »

Transmission Position While Towing


May 20, 2015

  I have just read that a 2010 Jeep Wrangler must be placed in park while being flat towed. I own a 2006 four-wheel-drive Jeep Liberty, and in the past, I have flat-towed it with the four-wheel transfer case in neutral and also the transmission in neutral. By doing this am I harming the transmission?... Read more »

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