Weigh to Go

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By E. Don Smith
December 18, 2015

  Learning the actual wheel weights of your coach will allow more accurate inflation, which leads to improved handling, safety and overall tire life Every year, we hear about motorhome tire blowouts and the resulting accidents that could be avoided with one simple fix: proper tire inflation. In... Read more »

A Light Alternative

WG-Nokero

by Chris Hemer
December 16, 2015

  The innovative N233 by Nokero International is an affordable, clean and safe light source that can replace propane gas outdoor lanterns or candles, according to the company. It is also perfect for emergency preparedness or anywhere you might use a lantern, flashlight or torch. Small enough to... Read more »

The King of Antenna Mounts

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by Chris Hemer
December 16, 2015

  Portable satellite antennas have become a big part of the RV lifestyle — but the challenge is often where to mount them while in camp. King has introduced a new bracket that is designed for ultimate compatibility with all vehicles, according to the company, and is customized to fit KING Tailgater... Read more »

And the Winners Are …

Readers-Choice-Awards

By Kristopher Bunker
December 1, 2015

  MotorHome readers select their favorite RV products and services In our never-ending search for the best RV products and services, the most obvious place to start is, of course, the Internet (Isn’t it always?). Select a subject, click through to a review site and, voila!, the answers to all... Read more »

Fridge Coasters

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November 24, 2015

  If you use the refrigerator in your RV often, you know it’s only a matter of time before shelves and bins start to get stained and sticky from miscellaneous food spills and drips. That’s where Fridge Coasters come in. Created on the notion that you should spend more time enjoying yourself... Read more »

Cellphone Coverage Booster

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November 24, 2015

  You never know where you might travel or how strong the cell-phone signal will be when you get there. Ordinarily, spotty service isn’t anything more than a minor inconvenience — until there’s an emergency, you need directions or you have to find the nearest fuel station. To keep RVers connected,... Read more »

Air Apparent: A TPMS Buyer’s Guide

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November 24, 2015

  Monitor your tire pressures and tire temperatures on the road Most of us do not need to be convinced of the important role tires play on our motorhomes. They hold up a large vehicle and provide that very important contact patch that is literally where the rubber meets the road. Tires supply... Read more »

RV Dinnerware

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October 27, 2015

  Packing plates and bowls into your motorhome every time you head out on the road can be a pain, and using paper plates sure doesn’t add much to your mealtime experience. Camp Casual brings back the fun with a colorful, retro-inspired 12-piece dining set. The vintage-style dishes feature RV-themed... Read more »

Zebra Power

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October 27, 2015

  One of the biggest headaches faced by RVers is keeping the house batteries charged when stored or parked in primitive locations. With the SunSparks Solar Charging System by Zebra Energy, RVers can easily keep the batteries charged by harnessing the power of the sun. Using solar panels mounted... Read more »

Weight Up

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October 26, 2015

  When flat-towing a dinghy vehicle, it’s important your motorhome has a mud flap that works. Some of the loose-bristle or brush-type flaps seem to reach a horizontal position when the motorhome is traveling at highway speeds. My solution was to attach a long piece of 1¼-inch galvanized pipe... Read more »

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