RV Enthusiast, Author at RV Enthusiast Magazine
Restoring a Snug Fit to Your Entry Door

Restoring a Snug Fit to Your Entry Door

Restoring a Snug Fit to Your Entry Door Recreational vehicles are oftentimes referred to as a “home away from home” – and they do pack an amazing array of functional and comfortable features to take the edge off camping. However, nothing subjected to the near-constant...
No More Leaking Sewer Hoses

No More Leaking Sewer Hoses

No More Leaking Sewer Hoses There’s probably nothing messier and more embarrassing than watching in horror as the sewer hose pops off the termination pipe connector (bayonet fitting) — or leaks — while dumping the tanks. Unfortunately, it happens all the time, usually...
Dinghy Towing Safety

Dinghy Towing Safety

Dinghy Towing Safety Photo courtesy of Roadmaster Inc. A quality base plate, tow bar and braking system are all important for a safe dinghy towing experience — but before you hit the road for the first time, make sure that the tow bar is level, or as close to level as...