Get the Sheen Back

By Kevin Livingston
November 28, 2016

  Treating a motorhome’s fiberglass exterior with Poli Glow removes oxidation and restores the surface to a shiny look Fiberglass exteriors on motorhomes have a number of advantages that go beyond the shiny look that is visually appealing and exudes pride of ownership. Fiberglass exteriors are... Read more »

Sibling Rivalry

By Chris Hemer and Bob Livingston
November 28, 2016

  TEST: Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31G & Vista 31BE These two Winnebago motorhomes may look different, but they are more similar than you think Fraternal twins — those that are born just minutes apart yet look different front one another — are often mistaken for “ordinary” siblings. But... Read more »

Shock And Awe

By Chris Hemer
October 26, 2016

  Put reason and sensibility aside for a moment, and step inside the 2017 Foretravel ih-45, one of the most technologically advanced luxury coaches on the market There’s something about a 45-foot luxury motorcoach that seems to evoke emotional responses. First, there’s shock: “Wow! How big... Read more »

Yosemite Coloring Book for Adults

October 19, 2016

Who says coloring books are for kids? Drawing on the recent popularity of adult coloring books, award-winning illustrator Dave Ember offers fans of the iconic national park and lovers of all things nature Yosemite National Park Coloring Book and Postcards. Throughout the book, published by Farcountry... Read more »

Fixing Fin Frosting

By Bill and Jenn Gehr
October 6, 2016

  Excessive ice buildup on the refrigerator’s cooling fins can be traced to a defective thermistor Have you ever noticed that a section, or even the entire surface, of the cooling fins inside your refrigerator has frosted over? Excessively cold temperatures are often linked to a buildup of ice,... Read more »

Firestarter

By Chris Hemer
September 26, 2016

  The New Winnebago Fuse Class C burns diesel and sparks imagination The word “fuse” carries a variety of connotations. To most, it is something in an electrical circuit that prevents overloads. To some, it can recall something dangerous, like the time your childhood friend applied the hot... Read more »

Classic Ride: 1998 Winnebago Rialta

September 26, 2016

  This compact Class B Winnebago is easy to maneuver and represents the motorhome of a lifetime for one happy Colorado couple. Bigger isn’t always better. You know this if you have ever tried to maneuver a large motorhome through the narrow streets of Key West, Florida, while free-range chickens... Read more »

Squeaky Clean

September 20, 2016

  Say “goodbye” to hand-toweling after rinsing a motorhome with de-ionized water from a CR Spotless System When washing a motorhome, fighting water spotting is usually a losing battle. If you live in an area with hard water, and can’t get the motorhome out of the sun, you’ll typically... Read more »

B’s of Azur

By Dave Riggs
August 26, 2016

  Avion Vans joins the luxury Class B market with factory-direct Sprinter-based conversions Those with creative ideas are often lauded for their ability to think outside the box. But in the case of motorhome design, quite the opposite is true. A new motorhome essentially begins its life as a box,... Read more »

Hands On: Easy Expansion

By Kevin Livingston
July 22, 2016

  Let’s Go Aero’s collapsible shelter connects to the motorhome’s doors and provides protection from the elements Many of us would like to believe that we’re equipped and prepped for nearly anything Mother Nature tosses our way. But, as is often the case, the weather can throw a curve... Read more »

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