Bob Livingston, Author at RV Enthusiast Magazine
Wipe Your Feet

Wipe Your Feet

Wipe Your Feet Photos by author Wet weather makes it easy to track water and dirt from paws and people into the RV. Microfiber towels are great for drying your dog and even work as a temporary inside door mat. Traveling with dogs in wet weather — especially where the...
Cap It Off

Cap It Off

Cap It Off Photos by author and Bill Gehr Removing and losing valve caps is a common ritual among RV owners. If you have internal tire pressure monitoring system sensors or simply don’t run one of these devices, Gator Caps really come in handy. Checking tire pressure...
The Thrill of Truckin’ & Towin’

The Thrill of Truckin’ & Towin’

The Thrill of Truckin’ & Towin’ Photos by author and Bill Gehr View this article in our premium digital issue Owning a tow vehicle doesn’t have to be boring. Pickup truck and SUV owners are addicted to accessories and modifications that add personal...
Spray Away

Spray Away

Spray Away Photos by the author The Turbo Jet Pressure Washer is a simple tool that pressurizes water though a garden hose and makes cleaning vehicles and patios less of a chore. Years ago, I discovered a gadget at an RV show that claimed to turn an ordinary water...
Basking in the Sun

Basking in the Sun

Basking in the Sun Photos by Bill Gehr When the RV is in storage and the rooftop solar system is covered, a portable solar kit will keep the batteries charged properly and ready for the next trip. Solar panels make it possible for owners to enjoy boondocking without...