Chris Dougherty, Author at RV Enthusiast Magazine
Checking Your RV for Leaks

Checking Your RV for Leaks

Checking Your RV for Leaks 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, which is not covered by warranty or...
The Art of Hooking Up: Sewer Connections

The Art of Hooking Up: Sewer Connections

The Art of Hooking Up: Sewer Connections If you’ve ever been exposed to RV sewage, you know it’s not very pleasant. A cheap hose can fail in mid-dump, so obviously, this isn’t a product where you want to cut corners. Sure, you can buy a sewer hose for $15 and in an...
Pre-Drive Safety Checks

Pre-Drive Safety Checks

Pre-Drive Safety Checks It’s funny when you think about it, but the average motorhome or trailer is larger and weighs way more than most private aircraft. This in and of itself isn’t important unless you plan to attach wings to your RV — but one ritual pilots adhere...
Residential Refrigerator in RV

Residential Refrigerator in RV

Residential Refrigerator in RV Photo by Tom Dougherty Let’s face it, dust is a fact of life no matter where you live, and some places are worse than others. But RVs can suffer far more than a stationary home because of the road travel, camping in varying locations...