TIPS & CHECKLISTS
On the RVing journey, we’re all constantly learning and finding ways to improve our experience and make life easier. Here, we round up some of the tips and checklists you can easily refer to and use on your journey. We also have a handy resources page, and our online gear store. And of course, if you’re serious about learning more about buying an RV to hit the road, the very best places to start your education are with our online courses and our book which all come with even more resources.
Fuel is one of the biggest expenses for RV road trippers. Filling up at the pump can be a pain in the wallet. Especially when you travel a lot of miles, or drive a big motorhome, as we do. But now we’ve found a discount fuel program that has been saving us over $50 on
We asked some of our fellow full-time RVing friends to share what they wish they knew before they started RVing. From motorhomes to towables to trucks, each couple shares their experience, regrets and tips to help others considering the RV lifestyle. Whether as a vacationer, snowbird or full-timer. This video was originally published back in
If you’ve been following our RV Makeover series, you may be wondering how it’s all going to hold up on travel days. In particular, those 3 chandeliers! Last week we shared how much the renovation cost, this week we walk you through our process for packing down the inside of the RV on travel days. Keep
Whether you are want to browse the latest RV candy, get inspiration for your adventures, or are in serious shopping (and buying) mode for your next RV, you’ll want to make your way to the Florida RV Supershow from January 16-20, 2019. After 34 years, it remains one of the biggest and best RV shows in the
It’s that time of year again. Where we all sit around and scratch our heads trying to think up gift ideas for those we love! It seems that RVers and travelers can be especially tricky to buy for. But we’ve rounded up 21 of our favorite gift ideas that we hope will make your shopping
https://youtu.be/LWe85HjxltE 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 up stranded on the side of the road again – especially at night. We also said we’d put together a Roadside Safety Checklist to keep as a handy reference
While we’ve done a Canadian border crossing from the USA several times with our tow vehicle. Crossing at 4 different locations from east to west. We can finally now say we’ve driven our RV internationally, after spending the month of September in BC, Canada! Of course, Canada, like all countries, has specific rules and regulations
We figured our recent experiences with 3 RV Breakdowns in a Month would attract some interest, but we were blown away by the number of views, comments and questions we got in response to our 2-part series. We felt they deserved a proper response so we filmed an impromptu follow up Q&A, and included 10
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ie4M3V6hm4 Driving an RV (in particular gassers) can be stressful, especially when navigating steep grades and mountain passes at altitude. During our drive over the Continental Divide on I-90 in Montana, Marc shared some great tips on how he safely navigates our RV up steep grades and back down again, without overheating the brakes. Whether you drive a gas RV,
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