cleaning and maintenance of motorhome cargo compartments

DIY Cargo Bay Maintenance

  With the right products, tools and a little elbow grease, you can keep motorhome cargo compartments easily accessible for years to come In 1980, Pete...
the author and his coach

Cool Runnings

A DIY diesel radiator flush is an easy-to-do preventive maintenance project. Keeping the engine on a diesel pusher cool while on the road is no...
Shurhold Water Spot Removal

How to Remove Water Spots on an RV

Even after washing and thoroughly rinsing an RV, it's easy to have water spots left behind. Not only are they unsightly, but over time,...
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Motorhome Battery Upgrade

Lifeline offers AGM models for house- and starting-power needs Although it is unpopular, battery maintenance is a necessary part of motorhome ownership and something that...
Cleaning an RV countertop with Voom Rv cleaner

The Right Stuff for Spring Cleaning Your RV

A motorhome’s interior may be a mix of carpet, fabric upholstery, leather/ultraleather, tile, stone, fiberglass and wood, each with its own cleaning regimen. It...
Older couple washing and cleaning the front of a motorhome

Awaken Your Motorhome with a Good Spring Cleaning

Keeping a motorhome clean, comfortable and safe is the best way to start the travel season — here’s how the pros do it For an...
While renovations can be a trial, Mark and Karen Souther wouldn’t trade their Safari Trek.

The Classic Ride: Quite the Trek

After an extensive renovation process, a couple is able to enjoy the 1993 Safari Trek Pathmaker of their dreams Mark and Karen Souther are...
The Clearsource kit includes sediment and coconut shell activated carbon block filters. Plastic wrench, supplied with the system, is used to remove canisters and access filters.

Clean Water on the Road: Clearsource RV Water Filters

Clearsource premium two-canister RV-specific system, tucked into a stout housing, removes much of the bad stuff while streamlining the process
Weighing a motorhome on a scale

Are Your Motorhome Tires Overloaded?

Even though we’ve been lectured for decades about the need to weigh our motorhomes – and that we should not just assume or hope...
Checking RV tire tread depth with a gauge

RV Tire Safety Checklist

In addition to maintaining proper tire pressure, these items should be on everyone's RV tire-safety checklist. ✔ TREAD WEAR LIMITS Tire guides published by Goodyear and...
motorhome window shades

DIY Day-Night Shade Repair

Adjusting the cord retainers, and even complete restringing, can keep perfectly good fabric in use for a long time in your motorhome. During the last...
Sonoran Sunset

Snowbirding in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert

  The Sonoran Desert offers an impressive array of colorful flora and fauna, scenic drives and outdoor recreation — all a stone’s throw from the...
Craig Kirby

RVIA Names Craig Kirby New President

The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) announced today that its Board of Directors has unanimously selected Craig Kirby to serve as president of the...
Man hanging on motorhome ladder and woman standing with arms stretched out standing on top of RV

Can we Really Live Full Time in an RV? – A Real-World Account and...

When we first hit the road a few months shy of five years ago, we didn’t think we were your typical RVers. We were...
Cathedral Gorge State Park at night with star filled sky and person holding flash light

State Parks of the West You Never Knew About (And Will Never Forget)

If you’re planning a road trip around the Western US, I can confidently say that all of these should make an appearance on your...