Flame Thrower


By Bob Livingston
September 29, 2015

  Bison Airlighter makes short work of igniting charcoal and wood with the use of a super-hot torch and forced air Traditionalists will argue that the best way to grill food is over charcoal. Charcoal brings out a distinct flavor that makes grilling meats and vegetables so popular, but a traditional... Read more »

Cover Story


By E. Don Smith
September 25, 2015

Streamline the process of installing a motorhome cover with these simple tips If it weren’t for pesky things like a budget, homeowner’s association rules, time and space, we would all likely have our own motorhome garage at our residence to protect our coach. Unless you live in a rural area free... 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 »

Magic Bench, Almost


By Bob Livingston
June 26, 2015

  Keter’s Folding Work Table goes from flat storage to a solid working surface in just a few seconds   One item that really comes in handy while on the road is a workbench. Motorhome owners are tinkerers by nature and trying to work projects on a picnic bench or on the ground is not exactly... Read more »

Video Review: Quick Setup Canopy


June 24, 2015

  Trailer Life’s Bob Dawson walks you through a video review of the Quick-Set Escape, a no-assembly, canopy/screen-room from Clam.  

Sewer Solutions

5 Blueline Ultimate Sewer Kit

By Kristopher Bunker
June 23, 2015

  These hoses, systems and fittings help keep embarrassing messes at bay   OK, serious question: What is it about the subject of sewer systems that seems to bring out the 7-year-old in most of us? We are all adults, we all have or have had successful careers, are members of loving families... 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 »

Silent Power


By Bill and Jenn Gehr
April 21, 2015

  The latest crop of efficient inverters makes living off the grid practical without giving up favorite accessories and appliances   There is no denying that motorhome owners love their creature comforts. However, without the convenience of shorepower, an alternate source of energy is needed... Read more »

Never Alone


By Bill and Jenn Gehr
March 30, 2015

  Newly upgraded Magellan RoadMate RV9490T-LMB takes the guesswork out of RV travel   Traveling in a motorhome takes precise planning and a keen sense of awareness to keep surprises — and embarrassing moments — at bay. Unexpected occurrences along the route such as hazardous weather,... Read more »

Quiet Heat, Continuous Water


by Bob Livingston
March 30, 2015

  All motorhomes can now be fitted with an Aqua-Hot hydronic system, which was formerly reserved for diesel pushers   Self-containment is the key to making an RV as livable as a home, and two of the most important elements in that regard are the water heater and furnace. Commonly, supplying... Read more »

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