Vise Squad


May 30, 2014

  Whether you’re a hobbyist or just like making your own repairs, the Wilton ATV (All Terrain Vise) could be a handy addition to your rig. The Wilton ATV is a combination vise and sleeve that slides into a standard 2-inch receiver and is secured by the hitch pin. In addition, two patented setscrews... Read more »

Power Up – ANYwhere


by Chris Hemer
May 1, 2014

    A Portable Generator Extends Energy Options when hookups are not available   Part of the appeal of the motorhome lifestyle is having all the comforts of home wherever you go — and that includes electrical appliances such as air conditioning, TV, stereo and other conveniences. When... Read more »

Happy Driver Snack Pocket


April 29, 2014

  I took an ordinary pocket-type potholder and added a wide piece of elastic to the back so it can be slipped onto the armrest of the front captain seats. This washable pocket is great for keeping the driver supplied with snack food they can easily reach themselves. And we all know that a non-hungry... Read more »

Secure Your Storage

storage locks

March 27, 2014

  Whether you are closing up camp, or just out for dinner, when your “life” is in your RV, you want to know it is as safe as can be. It may surprise you to hear that most storage compartments use the same standard key. With some compartments having access directly into your living space, that... Read more »

Recipe for Fire Starters


March 27, 2014

  Unless you are in southern Florida, this winter has already been a bear! Beat the polar vortex by creating some heat of your own – with your own fire starters! The recipe is simple and easy to follow in this TrailerLife.TV original how-to video, and will have your campfire ablaze in no time.... Read more »

An Energy Odyssey


March 27, 2014

  EnerSys has expanded its ODYSSEY Performance Series battery product offering to include the Group 65 battery designed specifically for consumer applications. The ODYSSEY Performance Series 65-760 battery features 762 cold cranking amps (CCA), 129 reserve capacity (RC) minutes and deep cycle capability... Read more »

EZ Oil Drain


March 27, 2014

  Regular oil changes are an important part of coach ownership — but draining the oil can be a messy process, and if you’re not careful, you can cross thread the drain hole when reinstalling the plug. The EZ Oil Drain Valve simply replaces the existing oil drain plug for fast, clean and easy... Read more »

Motorhome Paint Swirl Removal


by E. Don Smith
March 26, 2014

  Get Rid of Holograms and Fine Scratches with These Techniques   During the past 10 years, one of the most striking visual changes that has occurred to the exterior of Class A motorhomes is the use of automotive-grade, full-body paint. The designers that develop these flashy paint jobs really... Read more »



March 25, 2014

  I grew tired of a disorderly table that was littered with pens, TV remotes and travel literature. Nothing was commercially available, so I fashioned a receptacle for about $20. With some spare plywood, flexible carpeting and a little imagination, the result is a pleasing container to tidy up the... Read more »



March 25, 2014

  Here is a great way to keep real wine glasses safe while traveling, as well as just storing. My husband mounted the rod portion of a fishing pole rack on the wall of one of our cupboards. Make sure the rack is flush against the mounting surface. It cost us approximately $15 from a local sporting... Read more »

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