Category: Health & Safety


9 Tips for Safely Driving an RV on Steep Grades

Driving an RV can be stressful, especially at altitude, when navigating steep grades, hills, and mountain passes. Whether you drive a gas-powered RV or truck, …

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Health & Safety

RV Fire Safety: We Set an RV on Fire To Learn More

It sounds a little crazy, but we really did buy an RV for $1 with the intention of setting it on fire.  A few years …

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Top 10 Tips for Natural Bug Repellents

Looking for a more natural, deet-free solution to keep mosquitoes and no-see-ums at bay? Warmer weather and longer days are fast approaching, and we’re excited …

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11 Tips for Traveling Safely in an RV During COVID-19

As states begin lifting lockdowns, people are already planning camping trips and hitting the road in their RVs. Campgrounds are opening back up. Gas prices …

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What Should RVers Do Now? How and Where to Shelter in Place During the Pandemic

As the coronavirus pandemic escalates, so do restrictions on travel and movement. It is now URGENT that we all hunker down safely, until further notice. But …

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RV Resource Roundup for COVID-19: FAQ + Links to Official Websites and Ongoing News Updates for RVers

LAST UPDATED 4/6/2020: With COVID-19 throwing our lives and travel plans into chaos, it can be difficult for many RVers to get accurate, up to date …

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benefits of rv life

13 Unexpected Benefits of Living and Traveling in an RV During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Is an RV one of the best ways to hunker down and stay healthy, safe and sane right now? The coronavirus outbreak is impacting lives, …

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7 Roadside Safety Gear for Breakdowns + A Safety Checklist

In our RV Breakdown recap and tips video and blog post, we mentioned we would be looking at some additional safety equipment in case we ever ended …

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Area Spotlights

The day we went to Mexico for dental

About 11 miles east of Yuma, Arizona lies the tiny border town of Los Algodones, tucked right into the corner of Mexico that borders California and Arizona. …

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