Ever tried a “Navy” shower? Here’s how it’s done

Ever used a gallon of water to shower? Ever thought it was possible? It is! And no, we are not talking about some tiny bathtub in your RV. This technique will help. In our boondocking (dry camping) seminars, we talk about how to conserve fresh-water usage plus decrease the amount of water going into your gray tank. It fills two... Read More

Portable waste tanks a boon for boondockers

If you plan on doing some boondocking, you can avoid moving your rig to dump by using a portable waste tank. Though not required for RVing, they can come in handy under the right circumstances. They make emptying your tanks extremely convenient since you only need to move the wastewater, not your entire rig. In this video from The Fit RV... Read More

The RV Doctor explains how to avoid embarrassing black tank odors

If you have ever camped next to an RV that emitted foul-smelling black tank odors that wafted across your campsite, you probably (hopefully) thought, “I don’t want to do that to my neighbors.” In this video Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor, tells you how you can avoid this embarrassing situation. And while you’re here, don’t forget to subscribe to the FREE RV... Read More

Make dumping less of a “crappy” situation

Dumping the waste tanks: If you camp, you can’t avoid it. But a few simple techniques can make this aspect of RV life easier and help you avoid unpleasant accidents. These suggestions apply whether you are on hookups at a campground or just emptying your tanks at an RV dump site. First, always start with your black tank followed by... 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