A hose is a hose is a hose. Um, maybe not.

RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury has a tip about a new type of compact hose that at first glance seems like a good thing for RVers. But NO-O-O says Chuck. Maybe not. Isn’t a hose a hose? Why wouldn’t any clean hose do what it was intended for? That’s what Chuck explains in this video.  And while you’re here, remember to... Read More

Travel with an empty fresh water tank? Maybe not a good idea

Do always travel between campgrounds with an empty fresh water tank to cut down on weight and improve fuel mileage? That may not be the best idea. RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury explains why you should always carry at least some water in your RV’s fresh water tank even when you will be fully hooked up at a campground. And don’t... Read More

How to maintain your RV’s fresh water tank

One thing that every RVer shares is the need for fresh water. Our kitchens and bathrooms, regardless of size and amenities, depend on it. Keeping our RVs supplied with clean, fresh-tasting water involves more than just hooking up a garden hose to a faucet. The following tips will help ensure that your water supply is clean and healthy. Start by... Read More

Helpful “water fitting” accessories for your RV

By Russ and Tiña De Maris  If you’ll be camping in a park with “city water,” that is, water from a faucet, here are some good accessories to keep in your RV storage compartment. These can make your visit easier, even safer, for your rig. Inexpensive, you’ll thank yourself for having them when you need them. Even before you hang... Read More

How to keep your water lines from freezing

By Russ and Tiña De Maris With winter around the corner, it’s smart to be aware of freezing water in your RV water lines. A parked RV is one that’s susceptible to the ravages of Old Man Winter. An area that can hurt you the most: Water. RVs are full of water, both in freshwater systems and on the back... Read More