Replacing Sensors

On older gasoline-powered motorhomes (such as 1988-1995 Fords and 1990-1995 GMs), replacing oxygen sensors at specific mileage...

Powertrain Q&A: January 2004

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: The...

Bring on the Cold Weather

A bold few motorhomers use their coaches to enjoy the great outdoors year-round. Cold weather demands additional vehicle preparation and know-how. Begin by reading the...

Technical Service Bulletins

Some summaries of Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) published by manufacturers can be viewed on the National Highway...

Cooling-System Basics

The traveling bone that all RVers are born with begins to ache with anticipation as the summer travel season arrives. Summer travel means much...

Project Tioga Part 1

A new motorhome is a wonderful, exciting adventure machine, but not everyone can afford to buy new. For what, in truth, is probably a...

Q & A: Dinghy Towing

Q. Where can we get information on what vehicles are approved by their manufacturer for towing behind a motorhome (dinghy towing)? A. Franchised dealers should have this...

On the Level

Our planet's surface has a distinct lack of smoothness, with hills, slopes and rocky areas dominating the landscape. Sometimes no more than several consecutive...

Maintenance Tips

Besides regular oil changes, there are other basic motorhome maintenance items that need attention, too. Here are some of the most often overlooked items...

Environmental Tips for DIYers

Do-it-yourselfers often change their own motorhome's oil, but they should also take time to protect the environment....
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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...
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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...
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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...