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An in-house wireless camera system, such as this one from www.Vuezone.com, is another great tool for keeping an eye on things while you are gone. Some models feature infrared lighting ability and motion-activated cameras. When you are home they also double as a pet or baby camera. Since they are Wi-Fi-based, installation is fast and easy and you can even watch from your smartphone.
Inexpensive timers can be used to turn interior lights on/off and give your house a “lived-in” look while you are traveling. Combined with energy-efficient LED bulbs, they are a low-cost option that really works.

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Blue Ox Alpha 2 Tow Bar

Alpha 2 Tow Bar

  Blue Ox has upgraded the design of its popular Alpha dinghy tow bar. The new Alpha 2 is rated for vehicles up to 6,500...
Winegard AIR 360+ amplified omnidirectional antenna

Full Circle

  The Winegard AIR 360+ is an amplified omnidirectional antenna for over-the-air VHF/UHF and FM signal reception. The AIR 360+ is easy to install and...
Graphic illustration of cars on highway detected by safety system

Let’s Not Meet by Accident

RV manufacturers and aftermarket suppliers offer a variety of systems that can help make motorhome travel safer Driving down the highway, you activate the turn...
Dreamfoam Bedding’s ASPEN 10" Latex RV Mattress

Camp Comfort

  The ability to get a good night’s sleep in your motorhome is one of the many reasons we love the lifestyle. Dreamfoam Bedding’s ASPEN...
cube-shaped RV-audio JENSEN JWM20 Wall Mount Stereo

More Features in a Nice Cube

ASA Electronics is offering its first-ever cube-shaped RV-audio solution, the JENSEN JWM20 Wall Mount Stereo. The JWM20 features JENSEN’s smallest footprint to date and...