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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...
Zippity Doo Dah

Zippity Doo Dah

Zippity Doo Dah Controlling an unruly sewer hose on a support apparatus in order to keep it off the ground — and lined up properly — can be an exercise in futility. Securing the hose with silicone zip ties solves the problem. Extending a sewer hose as part of the...
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 —...
Flavor Intensifier

Flavor Intensifier

Flavor Intensifier If you want a different — and tastier — food experience, a portable pellet smoker will make you the most popular chef in camp We all know that food that’s cooked outdoors just tastes better. That’s why so many RVers pack along a barbeque. It’s...
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...
Taking the Sway Away

Taking the Sway Away

Taking the Sway Away This graphic from Lippert shows the effective area where a weight-distributing hitch can help bring a swaying trailer back under control — and the area outside that zone, where sway often leads to catastrophic problems. That’s where a sway-control...