Sitting on a camp chair, relaxing with a cold drink in your hand, presents the age-old problem of what to do with that glass between sips.
Camping is fun for humans in just about any climate, but RV interiors that become too hot or cold can make it uncomfortable — and even dangerous — for pets when they are left alone, with emphasis on summer temperatures.
Regardless of whether you own a quad-slide luxury fifth wheel or a simple teardrop travel trailer, weight always plays an important role in how your RV is loaded and how much cargo it can safely handle.
Sink and shower drains will plug up over time — it’s a fact of life whether living in a stationary home or RV.
Dumping a black holding tank is not rocket science, but it does conjure up fears of getting that nasty stuff on your hands or ground — which plays right into the best campfire stories.
It can be argued that an RV’s greatest enemy is water. RV owners are always deeply disappointed and surprised when they’re told by a service provider that the damage they’re seeing is from a leak