Suspension Transformation

By Bob Livingston
June 26, 2017

  New system using compressible liquid takes ride comfort and handling of motorhomes built on the Ford F-53 chassis to higher levels For many years, a gas engine-powered Class A motorhome built on the Ford chassis was the only such game in town — and still is today. These motorhomes, perched... Read more »

Sporty Size, Big Luxury

By Bob Livingston
May 25, 2017

  Longtime factory-direct builder Coach House pulls out all the stops with its Platinum II 241XL touring motorhome designed for two We’ve all seen commercials depicting how the rich and famous live on TV, the internet and in magazines. It’s fun to see a fat cat in a Ferrari, but in reality... Read more »

Silent Heat

By Bob Livingston
January 3, 2017

  European supplier Truma is raising the bar for efficient comfort heating in smaller motorhomes with its compact Combi furnace and water heater Staying warm inside a motorhome and the ability to take hot showers are two features that are inherent to any mobile environment designed to closely... Read more »

Sibling Rivalry

By Chris Hemer and Bob Livingston
November 28, 2016

  TEST: Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31G & Vista 31BE These two Winnebago motorhomes may look different, but they are more similar than you think Fraternal twins — those that are born just minutes apart yet look different front one another — are often mistaken for “ordinary” siblings. But... Read more »

Squeaky Clean

September 20, 2016

  Say “goodbye” to hand-toweling after rinsing a motorhome with de-ionized water from a CR Spotless System When washing a motorhome, fighting water spotting is usually a losing battle. If you live in an area with hard water, and can’t get the motorhome out of the sun, you’ll typically... Read more »

Gentle Breeze

By Bob Livingston
March 22, 2016

  Tiffin thinks outside the box with its highly maneuverable diesel pusher powered by a new high-tech Cummins V-8 engine Diesel pushers are the crown jewels of motorhomes and represent the most luxurious and largest models offered to the RV community. So when someone mentions a 33½-footer, the... Read more »

Quite an Endeavor

By Bob Livingston
February 25, 2016

Holiday Rambler’s 40FX is designed for couples who like to spread out and take advantage of creature comforts The Holiday Rambler logo is one of the oldest, most recognized and respected monikers in the RV industry. For years, the company has wowed owners with quality coaches — stemming from... Read more »

A Powerful Transformation

By Bob Livingston
January 27, 2016

  Assembling and installing the ultimate solar system for independent travel with the help of energy experts, AM Solar The sun is a gigantic mass in the solar system that everyone expects to come up in the morning and to go down in the evening. It’s the Earth’s temperature regulator and is... Read more »

The Phantom is Real

By Bob Livingston
November 19, 2015

  It’s easy — and fun — to add personal touches when buying a new Nexus Super C factory-direct Buying a new motorhome is a very personal experience. Most people in the market shop diligently, looking for models, floorplans and options that fit their lifestyle. Often, compromises are made... Read more »

Installing a Baseplate

By Chris Hemer and Bob Livingston
October 26, 2015

  With the right tools and some DIY expertise, follow these steps to install a dinghy baseplate   [1, 2] Most baseplate installations require that at least part of the front fascia be removed, especially on vehicles built within the last 20 years. The Suzuki XL-7 and its cousin, the Vitara,... Read more »

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