Car didn’t come with a tow package? And you want to use an electric brake controller for your trailer? Use these tips to keep from frying your car’s wiring!
Towing a car or trailer behind your RV? Here, RVers share their personal tips & experiences with tow trailers, hitches, and locks. See how to wire electric trailer brakes & lights, how to hook up a fifth wheel RV hitch, how to properly load & tow an RV trailer, and why fifth wheelers are a favorite for fulltime RVing. Plus tips for towing a car or trailer behind your RV, climbing hills while towing, and all about equalizer hitches, RV locks, trailer hitch locks, electric brake controllers, RV air ride suspension, and more!
Here’s everything you need to know about RV locks, keys, and trailer hitch locks that will ultimately prevent thieves from driving away with your RV trailer or fifth wheel.
How your RV hitch is mounted and hooked up is critical. These videos show what to do… and what NOT to do when hooking up an RV hitch to your truck.
Love the truck, but hate the ride? This can be fixed by adding air ride suspension to your RV or tow vehicle. With adjustable air bladders you can level the load and smooth out the ride. Why let your truck beat you to death? Get air ride suspension and ride in comfort.
The 5th wheel RV trailer is way out in front in popularity when it comes to full time RVing. You do need to be careful hitching up, because dropping a 5th wheel can cause expensive damage.
Here are 5 ways to make the most of the limited storage space inside your RV.
An equalizer hitch is probably the most important part of towing a travel trailer. That, and how well you properly load the trailer. Here are my best tips for loading and towing RV travel trailers.
Ever have a trailer breakaway from your hitch before? I have. Here’s how to properly mount and hook up a fifth wheel hitch on your pickup truck.
Having trouble climbing hills in your motorhome? What about when you’re towing something like a car, a boat, or a utility trailer behind the RV? With an auxiliary transmission, you can climb the tallest mountain with ease.
I worked for an RV transport company in Tucson for about 6 months. During that time, I transported everything from small travel trailers to $400,000 luxury motorhomes all over the country for hire. Here are some interesting things I’ve learned firsthand about the business of transporting RVs…
What follows are all the best resources I could find regarding towing with a motorhome. If you’ve got a question about towing another vehicle or a trailer behind your motorhome, chances are you’ll find the answer here.