Is towing a car necessary when traveling in your motorhome?

  Having a car with you when camping enables you to shop for supplies, go for scenic drives, access hiking trailheads, and do so much more without having up put your motorhome back together and drive it for each trip. But is there an alternative without having to tow a car, making driving, getting gas, and entering a campsite easier as…

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How to control or eliminate trailer sway?

Trailer sway is not only frightening for RVers, but if not controlled can cause an accident. But is there anything you can do to prevent or at least minimize trailer sway? The first step is understanding the causes of trailer sway, or fishtailing. Weight distribution is a primary factor: You need at least 10-percent of your trailer’s total weight “on…

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America’s farms and wineries invite you to stay overnight in your RV

  Harvest Hosts is a service for RVers that enables members to stay free overnight at hundreds of participating farms, wineries, museums and other locations, where they actually want you to come and visit, and stay a spell. In this video, Harvest Hosts owners Kim and Don Greene explain how the program works including benefits for members at farm and…

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Battery charger and space-saving adapters for AAA to D batteries

  Get rid of those extra battery chargers and save space in your RV with these clever adapters. In this video Eric Brotman of RVtravel.com shows you an ingenious rechargeable battery set that features rechargeable AA and AAA batteries that can do double duty as D and C batteries as well. This product is available on Amazon.com. And don’t forget to sign…

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RV Pro Technician lists his basic tools for an RVer

  Take it from a pro when it comes to RV maintenance or repairs. RV Technician Chris Dougherty lists the best tools to carry in an RV to deal with routine maintenance and emergency repairs. This is a good starting point for what you will need.  Sign up for one of RVTravel’s newsletters about RVing. Pick and choose based on…

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Protect you and your campground neighbors from a dangerous slideout!

One usually doesn’t think about their slideouts as being dangerous – especially to kids. But though you may not have thought about it, the slideout on your RV that makes your living space so roomy, can also be your – and your campground neighbors’ – enemy. Find out why in this short video by Chuck Woodbury from RVtravel.com. What you…

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