RV speedometer in your old motorhome doesn’t work properly? Step-by-step instructions to replace your speedometer / odometer with a modern GPS speedometer.
Repairs & Add-Ons
If something on your RV isn't working, then you need to fix it. Here, RV owners are sharing tips for tackling DIY RV repairs yourself on RV refrigerators, RV toilets, RV windows & windshields, generators, slideouts, brakes, tires, awnings, water tanks, batteries, even RV winterizing tips. And to make life more enjoyable inside the RV, you might want to add some new RV accessories -- like a new RV mattress, RV furniture, RV washer & dryer, towing equipment, solar panels, etc.
An RV refrigerator has some unique quirks about it. Here is the best and fastest way to cool items in your RV refrigerator. Helpful tips for new RV owners and RV renters!
Washing the exterior of your RV with a mild detergent may keep it clean, but it will do little to protect the finish from the damage that direct sunlight will do. Here’s how to safely get a clean RV, protect the finish of your RV, and keep it looking like new.
Are your RV captains chairs starting to look old and worn? Perhaps they’re simply faded from the sun, or they don’t have as many features as you’d like — such as seat positions, recline, etc. Here are lots of RV seat covers to choose from, plus some RV seat enhancements that could make your ride more enjoyable.
I turned our RV bunkhouse room into a space that was more usable to us: an RV laundry room! See how I did it… and how you can too.
Extended warranties offer protection from high cost RV repairs. Beware… seldom do they cover everything! Also, extended RV warranty claims are being rejected more than ever before. See why…
High wind and RV awnings are a bad combination. Awnings just can’t stand up to a good stiff breeze. Here are some tips to make your RV awning last longer, plus tricks to prevent damage in high winds.
There is nothing more important than getting a good night’s sleep. As an RVer, whether a weekender, or a Full Timer, tossing and turning all night means your stiff and cranky the next morning.
Here are some examples of today’s must-have RV accessories. How many of these do you have?…
I’ve come to the conclusion that it wouldn’t take much time at all to make up the difference in price between an environmentally friendly RV tankless water heater and the standard 6- or 10-gallon RV water heater. Here’s why…
The 4 best choices for indoor RV storage and outdoor RV storage — including the pros & cons of each: heated garage, steel building, enclosed RV storage facility, and outdoor RV storage facility.
Here are 6 ways you can protect the high traffic areas inside your RV from showing excessive wear and tear. These are simple fixes to protect your RV carpet.
Should you take your RV to a professional to have it winterized? Or is this something you can do yourself? The professionals are only concerned with what damage ice in the water system will do to your RV. Here’s how to do ALL of the RV winterizing yourself.
We explore all of the RV radio options that are useful when traveling: FRS radios, CB radios, and Ham radio. Plus tips from RVers on choosing the best RV radio for your needs.
Every RV is set up with a different combination of power sources. Propane is one of the most popular alternative power sources for RVers. Today’s RVs, regardless of size or class, make use of propane in many ways. The most common use for propane is to provide a way to cook meals, though in most recreational vehicles it does so much more. Propane is the most versatile system in your RV. Without it, today’s RVs would be rather impractical. Here are basic facts about RV propane generators, ways to use propane on your RV, and where to refill propane tanks.
Bicycles are the most cost-effective, lightweight, easy-to-use way to get around the campground — followed by electric scooters and motorcycles. Here’s how to get all of your bikes to your next RV destination. If you need a new bicycle, following are some really fun bikes worth considering. Plus, all the best RV carriers & lifts for bicycles, scooters, and motorcycles.
RV solar panels provide 12-volt DC power to charge a set of batteries. See how RV solar panels work, plus how to install them in your own RV.
To keep your RV exterior looking new, you need to wash and wax it on a regular basis. Make sure you only use RV-approved products — because strong chemicals will damage the finish of your RV.
RV tire pressure monitoring systems will give you advance warning when a tire starts to loose air pressure. This video show how easy they are to install, and the peace of mind knowing that your much less likely to experience a blowout is priceless.
Protect your RV from costly sun & weather damage by keeping it under cover in an RV garage. You’ve got many options and different styles to choose from. They’re all listed here for you.
As an RVer, doing your laundry on the road can be a real pain. Here are some reasons to consider installing an RV washer & dryer. Plus, some features that you should look for when purchasing an RV washer & dryer — whether it’s an all-in-one washer/dryer combo unit or a stacked RV washer dryer.
Extend your RV battery life by days, not just hours by replacing your original equipment lighting with RV LED lights. They practically never burn out, and LED taillights make you more visible too.
Your RV isn’t a secure place to leave valuables. Aside from changing the locks and installing RV alarms, what are your options? Floor safes or small fireproof safes will help keep the valuables inside your RV safe. Here’s what to look for.
RV plumbing problems such as leaky faucets or shower fixtures are easy do-it-yourself repairs. Your best bet is to spend a few extra bucks and upgrade to household quality faucets & fixtures. Here’s how to replace the bathroom faucets, kitchen faucets, and shower fixtures in your RV.
Tackling each specific RV odor with the proper solution is the best way to freshen up your RV. These videos show how to remove sewer odor, as well as how to eliminate moisture and mildew odor. These are the 2 most common RV odor problems you’re likely to encounter.