Q & A: Protecting Tires

Q. What is the best way to protect tires during motorhome winter storage?   A. The best way is to support the coach evenly on jackstands...

What You Need to Know About Diesel Antifreeze and Coolants

If you own a diesel motorhome, there are a few things you need to know about the coolant/antifreeze circulating in your engine block. During the...

RV Tech Savvy: Refrigerator Makes Battery Go Dead

I own a Four Winds 5000 Class C. I have a problem keeping the refrigerator running when dry camping. The battery goes dead before...

Powertrain Q&A: February 2006

Ken Freund answers RV owners' questions on everything RV related in his Powertrain Q&A section, in Motorhome Magazine.  This month’s Powertrain Q&A includes: Vitara...

Detailing Your RV Like a Pro

  Some expert tips to keep a fully painted motorhome looking great If you are an owner who insists on keeping the full-body paint job on...

CURBSIDE CONVENIENCE

  To make it more convenient to spray things off, I ran a hose from the street-side utility bay. A Y-fitting with valves was used...

Speedometer and Tach Fluctuations

  Q: I have a 1998 Tradewinds diesel motorhome that I purchased new. On a recent trip from Minnesota to Arizona, the speedometer and tachometer would...

POWER TRIP

  Understanding the inner workings of a motorhome generator and how it should be maintained can save time, money and trouble   If you’ve ever endured a...

Q & A: Saving at the Pump

Q. With the high price of fuel, what are some things I can do to save at ...

RV Tech Savvy: Towing a Cadillac

This is in regard to your 2018 Guide to Dinghy Towing. We recently purchased a 2017 Jayco Seneca motorhome and are wondering if you...

Products

Monitor Wizard

Monitoring the levels of a motorhome’s battery banks is a critical part of the motorhome lifestyle, especially while boondocking. To make the process easy,...
ecocamel shower head

Ecocamel’s Orbit: Singing in the Shower

This innovative showerhead reduces consumption while pushing out a stronger stream of softer water — and can be fitted with an optional massaging feature Most...

Fire to Go

To most, the campfire is a quintessential part of the motorhome experience. However, many campgrounds have rules prohibiting wood fires, and some neighboring RVers...