Make sure your tires are inflated properly and get “free” miles

  One way to stretch your travel budget is to get more miles to the gallon by keeping the tires of your recreational vehicle properly inflated, says the Tire Industry Safety Council. To ensure you’re getting the best mileage possible while on the road, the Council advises that you check your RV tires at least once a month or about... Read More

Drive your RV safely!

It’s fun traveling with your home as you explore the different regions of the country. However, it can be dangerous if you are not familiar with the differences that the weight, size, and visibility demands of your RV driving. The transition from driving the family car to driving an RV is different, but not necessarily difficult. The points discussed below... Read More

Preserving frozen food when traveling with fridge off

On this segment of Ask the RV Expert, former RVtravel.com technical editor Chris Dougherty responds to a reader who asks if the food in his RV’s freezer will stay frozen when he is traveling with the refrigerator turned off. Hosted by RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury/  Subscribe to the FREE RV Travel Saturday newsletter loaded with information of interest to RVers. Read More

How to stay overnight at Walmart stores

You’ve heard that you can camp overnight at Walmart stores, but what are the rules – mostly unwritten – that you should know, both for convenience and to be a responsible visitor to the store – as well as any neighbors you may have. This video will explain the rules.  Subscribe to the FREE RV Travel Saturday newsletter loaded with information... Read More