Quiet Heat

Alde Heating System-01

by Bob Livingston
November 29, 2013

  Swedish company, Alde, introduces a convection and radiant comfort heating system (with hot water) to North America   With the onset of winter, motorhome enthusiasts will rely on their furnaces to keep the interiors cozy. The most common heat source is a forced air furnace that uses a combustion... Read more »

Complete Navigation

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October 28, 2013

  Garmin’s RV 760LMT GPS 
is specifically designed for RVers looking to stay one step ahead while on the road — and have access to campground information   Ever get into a situation when you’re just not sure which way to go? As a motorhome owner, individual profile information is important... Read more »

Simplistic Sweeper: A lightweight and inexpensive sweeper makes interior cleanup a breeze

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Kevin Livingston
July 18, 2013

One thing almost all motorhome  owners can agree on is the need for interior cleanliness. Carpets and floors have a tendency to quickly accumulate dust, debris and allergy invaders of all kinds, especially for more active RVers. Oneof the best ways to help cut down the accumulation of crud is to keep... Read more »

Waxing Made Easy

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Bob Livingston , Publisher
May 8, 2013

Keeping the exterior of a motorhome clean and waxed is a never-ending process. Many of us store our rigs outside, subjecting the exterior to harsh elements including dirt, soot, bird droppings and hours of intense sunshine. Every time I get ready to wash and wax a motorhome I think about that famous... Read more »

Mobile Charging Station

13-Hubbell USB Charger Receptacle

April 15, 2013

Any motorhome can become a charging station with the Hubbell USB Charger Receptacle, which delivers USB and regular electrical power in a single device. Besides two 15-amp, 120-volt AC outlets for traditional use, the receptacle is fitted with twin USB ports. The company said it’s the only manufacturer... Read more »

The Winegard Ultra-thin Rayzar Antenna

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Bob Livingston
March 14, 2013

At the risk of dating myself, I remember jury-rigging a rabbit-ear antenna to a portable TV that we tried to use while RVing. After painful maneuvering, we were able to pull in a few over-the-air channels, but dealing with a snowy picture was part of the experience. Broadcast TV has taken a back seat... Read more »

Verizon Home Phone Connect

Verizon Home Phone Connect

Bob Livingston
Photos: Rich Cox
February 19, 2013

We’ve come a long way from having to run to a phone booth to make calls. Almost everyone travels with a cellphone these days, which makes staying in touch on the road simple. In a new slant on cellular technology, the Verizon Home Phone Connect allows travelers to take their home phone with them,... Read more »

RVminders: Steering Wheel Reminders

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Laura
February 18, 2013

Motorhome owners have plenty to think about when preparing to leave the campground: Did I put the TV antenna down? Are the slideouts locked? What about the dinghy vehicle? That’s where RVminders come in. These slap-on reminders wrap around the coach steering wheel and call attention to tasks that must... Read more »

Leveling Jack Pad Comparison

Leveling Jack Pads

E. Don Smith
January 30, 2013

To many motorhome owners, jack pads are simply a nuisance item they are forced to use at upscale RV resorts in order to protect the decorative concrete at these posh locations. Not only is the concrete stamped and stained, it is also perfectly level and the only purpose the jacks serve is to stabilize... Read more »

Master Your Fuses

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Laura Michaels
January 14, 2013

Access to a dinghy vehicle brings added convenience to your motorhome travels, but in some cases a fuse must be pulled to keep the battery from discharging while on the road. Roadmaster aims to make pulling a dinghy easier with FuseMaster, an electrical harness with leads at one end and a rocker switch... Read more »

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