RVminders: Steering Wheel Reminders

WheelsGear_RVMinders

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

FuseMaster

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 »

Winegard Carryout Anser Hybrid Portable Antenna

Winegard Carryout Anser hybrid portable antenna

Bob Livingston, Publisher
January 4, 2013

Owners who subscribe to satellite TV for their motorhomes must rely on a dish antenna to bring in the signal. While many motorhomes are fitted with rooftop dishes, those who frequent campgrounds where trees and heavy vegetation grace the landscape know that receiving a signal is not always possible.... Read more »

Fan-Tastic Vent upgrade kits

Fan-Tastic Vent upgrade kits

Bill and Jenn Gehr
October 10, 2012

It was a perfect New Mexico day — clear, warm and simply beautiful. During our dinghy tour of the countryside, we stopped to savor the critically acclaimed chili at the most talked about venue in town when the wind shifted, the sky darkened and rain came down in a torrential downpour. Only then did... Read more »

Optima Digital 1200 Battery Charger

Optima Digital 1200 Battery Charger

Bob Livingston, Publisher
October 9, 2012

The Optima Digital 1200 Battery Charger employs multistage electronics and unique messaging for greater battery performance and longevity. Keeping batteries charged in a motorhome that is equipped with a standard-type power converter can be an exercise in futility. While many owners think they are doing... Read more »

The Stain-Less Water Filter Softener

Stain-Less Water Filter Softener

Bob Livingston
August 24, 2012

Water is a motorhome’s lifeblood. We use water to flush the toilet, shower, wash dishes and clothes, make ice, and to keep the interior and exterior clean — not to mention for drinking. Without water, our coaches are just places to sleep. But water can be our nemesis. The Stain-Less Water Filter... Read more »

Pioneer Campfire Grill Review

Pioneer Campfire Grill

Chris Soash
August 20, 2012

Summer can be a great time for gathering around the campfire, however, fall is right around the corner and that’s when I really look forward to the smell and warmth of dancing flames. There’s something special about hanging out with friends and family around a good campfire, when the air starts to... Read more »

Coghlan’s Folding Shovel

Folding Shovel

Chris Soash
August 9, 2012

When packing for a camping trip, I hate when the room in my car starts to become scarce and I have to begin choosing gear that is essential vs. luxury items that may have to stay in the garage for that particular trip. I recently came across a folding shovel, by Coghlans, that takes up almost zero room.... Read more »

Love Bug Eraser Sponge: Goodbye Bugs

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Bob Livingston
July 30, 2012

Summer brings the weather that makes us want to jump in the motorhome and head out on the open road. It also brings out all the bugs. Most motorhomes have flat windshields and large frontal areas that naturally collect copious amounts of squashed bugs. You know the routine: Get to camp; grab the bug... Read more »

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