Dinghy 101


By Chris Hemer and Bob Livingston
October 26, 2015

  The essential guide to safely towing a vehicle behind your motorhome   Choosing which vehicle to tow behind your motorhome is a big decision. Because, beyond considering what type of vehicle you want to drive when your motorhome is parked, you have to think about how adaptable that vehicle... Read more »

The Right Stuff


By Chris Hemer and Bob Livingston
October 26, 2015

  A guide to tow bars and dinghy-braking systems designed to make towing convenient and trouble-free   Tow Bars   Blue Ox The two heavy hitters in Blue Ox’s tow-bar arsenal are the Avail and Aventa LX, both of which are Class IV tow bars rated to tow up to 10,000 pounds, which pretty... Read more »

Made in the Shade


by Chris Hemer
September 30, 2015

  We all love sunshine, but there can be too much of a good thing — particularly when it’s beating down on your motorhome’s interior. The Magne Shade System by Hunckler Fabrication applies to the windshield using strong magnets, so snaps or suction cups aren’t necessary. The system’s installation... Read more »

Here Comes The Boom!


By Ty Adams
September 29, 2015

  Class A motorhomes are leading the charge with new and exciting changes for 2016; makers of Class C’s and Class B’s are also adding new models and appealing features While the RV industry has not only been on the rebound but actually flirting with all-time record sales for the last few... 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 »

Under Wraps


By Kristopher Bunker
September 25, 2015

  Help fend off the damaging effects of weather by selecting the right cover for your coach In a perfect world, we could all live in our RVs full time, roaming from RV park to RV park. However, in the real world, many times that’s simply not possible, as work, funds, family matters and all types... Read more »

Treat Fuel Like a Star


by Chris Hemer
August 27, 2015

  Now that warm weather is here, you’re probably making good use of your motorhome, AC generator and other gasoline-powered equipment. Star Tron Enzyme Fuel Treatment‘s unique formula is the ideal way to improve the performance of all gas-powered engines, according to the company. Its proprietary... Read more »

Smart Water Bowl


by Chris Hemer
August 27, 2015

  Many RVers like to take their furry friends with them on the road, but keeping pets properly hydrated in an RV, especially during travel, can pose a challenge. Conventional water bowls slosh and spill easily, and do nothing to filter water that may have come from an unknown source. The TORUS water... Read more »

More from Thor


by Chris Hemer
August 27, 2015

  Thor Motor Coach’s 2016 motorhomes are now in dealerships across the United States and Canada. The small and maneuverable Class C 22B is available in the Four Winds and Chateau brands, providing a spacious living area with a large booth dinette and a kitchen with ample counterspace and storage.... Read more »

Power Trip 101


By Bill Gehr
August 27, 2015

  Hookup pedestals in campgrounds offering 50-amp service may give users more than they bargained for when wired incorrectly; pay attention because class is in session   It’s common to find 50-amp electrical service in motorhomes these days, a requirement that’s needed to power the expanding... Read more »

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