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…

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Creature and critter crossing signs along our nation’s highways

You’ve seen the signs on the nation’s highways. Square yellow signs tilted at an angle with a picture of some creature on it – or a semblance, anyway. Deer, moose, ducks, and in the Pacific Northwest, salmon. That must be an eye opener for Easterners, Southerners, and Midwesterners who probably wouldn’t blink at a nutria, alligator, or bear crossing. Well,…

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Stop mildew before it attacks your memory foam mattress

Mold and mildew are the scourge of RVs, and whenever possible steps should be taken to prevent it from invading your home-on-wheels. In this video, Jim Nelson introduces you to a product that will keep mildew from forming beneath your RV’s memory foam mattress. Here is a link to this product at HyperVent Marine.com. Sign up today for RV Travel‘s…

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Should RVers be allowed to run generators in national parks

RVers use generators to provide electrical power to their rigs and to charge batteries. Even though they provide a valuable resource for your camping enjoyment, the sound of a running motor in a pristine natural environment is not always appreciated by your immediate neighbors. What do you think? Are they too noisy? Or are they no big deal? Do people just…

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Don’t make this huge buying mistake

It may be hard to believe, but some RV buyers sign on the dotted line and pop down their cash before performing one very important task. What is it? Retract the slideouts! Bring them in, just as they’ll be when you’re traveling down the highway. At RV shows and in dealers’ lots, the slideouts are always in the out position,…

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