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Quick Tips

RV tips that are tried and true, and really work, because they're all from MotorHome's readers

Water Filter in DIY stand made from traffic cone

Motorhome Quick Tip: No Spill in the Cone Zone

After deciding to add an external filter for the city-water connection to our Class A motorhome, I looked for an economical way to keep...
illustration of hanging tage to remind RV owners to remove slide bar

Motorhome Quick Tip: Name That Slideout

Recycle your old name-tag lanyard and avoid the damage caused by trying to extend your motorhome’s slideout while the locking bar is in place....
Motorhome Quick Tip: front door light

Quick Tips: Lights, Please

Finding the lock to my RV’s entry door in the dark can be challenging. I found a very lightweight, low-cost (about $3) 4 LED...
Quick Tip - Table Extension

Bringing More to the Table

  Our 2012 Jayco Seneca is like many motorhomes that have a dining table that can be lowered and made into an extra bed....
Quick Tips hose and tape illustration

No, Kitty! CPAP Fix For When the Cat Gets the Hose

Like many RVers, I use a CPAP machine. And, also like many RVers, I travel with pets, currently a 4-year-old dog and a kitten....
A cover for any three prong plug

Motorhome Quick Tip: Keeps a Plug Snug

Many diesel engines have a three-prong male connector to plug in when the block heater is needed. This plug can get corroded and dirty...
Windshield

For a Rainy Day

The windshield and the driver- and passenger-side windows of my motorhome constantly had dirty streaks from rain running off the roof. To solve the...
Quick Tip Glass Holder

No Shake, Rattle or Roll

We like to use glassware in our motorhome. After trying a few ideas to keep the glasses in the cabinets while on the road,...

Rack Em Up

  Here is a great way to keep real wine glasses safe while traveling, as well as just storing. My husband mounted the rod portion...
A DIY handle for pulling RV portable waste tank

Tug a Lug RV Waste Tank

Tugging a full portable waste tank by the metal handle even a short distance is tough on the fingers and palm. To make the...
RV Toll Pass electronic toll payment transmitter

RV Toll Pass: Bypass the Gates and the Worry

  While traveling across the country in a motorhome, you’ve undoubtedly encountered toll roads. Their convenience is undeniable, though the hassle of payment often leads...
millennials in front of Class C motorhome

Motorhome Makeover: Remodeling an Older Class C

This young millennial couple learned how to update an older motorhome on the fly and is transforming a 15-year-old Class C into the coach...
REDARC Manager30

State-of-the-Art Battery Management from REDARC

Whether you’re heading off on a day trip or a long adventure off-grid, chances are you'll need some form of dual battery system. No...
Entegra Anthem 44W exterior

Sponsored Content: Entegra Coach

Entegra Coach prides itself on being the quietest riding, best handling coach on the market today. Period. Why is this statement a reality at...
Florida's northern Gulf Coast is a great vacation spot in the summer

Florida’s Northern Gulf Coast

A 200-mile road trip along U.S. Highway 98 from the Emerald Coast to the Forgotten Coast Photos by Mark and Emily Fagan Traveling on Interstate 10...