Bob Livingston, Author at RV Enthusiast Magazine
Stop Bugging Me

Stop Bugging Me

Stop Bugging Me Collecting squashed bugs on the front of any tow vehicle/RV is inevitable — and subsequent cleaning is not fun. Here’s how we learned to wipe away bug remnants with almost no effort. If you’re an entomologist, you love bugs. If you’re an RVer, not so...
Get a Grip

Get a Grip

Get a Grip When the foam on the entryway grab handle deteriorates, wrapping the surface with bicycle handlebar tape provides a firm grip when negotiating the steps — and it looks good Grab handles can be indispensable when it comes to entering and exiting an RV —...
The Great Wipe Off!

The Great Wipe Off!

The Great Wipe Off! All the toilet tissue used in the test. There are many choices on the market, but this test focused on the most common brands found in RV stores and online. Nature’s Call (bamboo), Nature Pure and Better Boat are not familiar names to most RVers...
No Nasty Surprises

No Nasty Surprises

No Nasty Surprises Adding an extra dump valve body can end messy sewer connections Dumping the holding tanks can sometimes present unpleasant surprises, like getting a handful of contents when the cap is removed to attach the sewer hose. In a perfect world, the slides...
Moving Air

Moving Air

Moving Air Most RVers rely on an air-conditioner to control inside temperature, but when power is not available, an Endless Breeze fan can save the day. And it also helps circulate cool air in conjunction with the air-conditioner. When ambient temperature soars, the...