Power Source

By Chris Dougherty
January 21, 2017

  Batteries are the lifeline of any motorhome, and proper care and maintenance will keep appliances and accessories running for a long time Since the beginning of modern RVing, the concept... Read more »

Step Up

December 22, 2016

  We use our aerobic stepper as an entry step to our motorhome, and as an aerobic stepper to stay fit while on the road. We like using the stepper as an entry step as opposed to a folding step... Read more »

Dish Defender

December 22, 2016

  In our motorhome, nothing in the cabinets stayed in place while we were on the road. I came up with a good solution. I started with a ¾-inch-thick white pine board and trimmed it to the depth... Read more »

Dinghy Towing Methods: Let’s Discuss

By Ken Freund
December 14, 2016

  Q: Where can I find the pros and cons of towing a car or SUV on the ground, on a dolly or on a trailer behind my motorhome? Jay Garwood | Via email A: It has been a while since I have... Read more »

Oil-change Regimens

By Ken Freund
November 28, 2016

  Q: We use our motorhome for specific trips each year. We winter in the South, a trip of about 3,600 miles. The oil and filter are changed during the trip as it’s black, and again on our... Read more »

Solar-Light Night

November 23, 2016

  I always enjoy a well-lit campsite, but hate having electrical cords strewn everywhere. My solution involves solar lights and flower pots. My husband bored a hole into the base of a flower... Read more »

Happy Storage Day

November 23, 2016

  As new retirees, my husband and I purchased a 1999 Fleetwood Southwind with the idea that we would see if we were cut out for this form of travel. One thing I quickly discovered was that we... Read more »

Motorhome Roof Sealed, Weather Stays Out

Don’t let this happen to you. Here, the seals around the plumbing vent were allowed to leak, rotting out the roof decking below.

By Chris Dougherty
November 23, 2016

  Preventing leaks is of utmost importance for longevity If there’s one constant concern in the motorhome world, it’s leaks and water damage. Over the years, owners have wrestled with... Read more »

Won’t Shift and ABS Light On

By Ken Freund
October 28, 2016

  Q: The ABS light on my motorhome flashed as I started to leave home today. As I gained speed to about 5 to 6 mph, a buzzer went off and the transmission would not shift; it remained in first... Read more »

Wanderful

October 26, 2016

  The outside shower in our motorhome’s utility bay is difficult to use, and when it’s removed it must be held in one hand, which makes washing both hands or other items awkward. I looked... Read more »

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