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New Garmin RV GPS Navigator

  Garmin introduces the new RV 785 GPS navigator that offers RV-specific navigation and a built-in dash camera. The RV 785 features a high-resolution 7-inch display and the built-in camera records any incidents while also allowing for driver assistance features including lane departure and forward collision warnings. A customizable motorhome profile stores the size and…

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Firearms Compliance for RVers | MotorHome Magazine

Whether your firearms are for hunting, competitive shooting or simply personal protection, transporting them requires carefully following state and local laws. Practical (not legal) advice on traveling with guns, whether for hunting or protection To some people, traveling with firearms is just as normal as traveling with pets. Many motorhome owners enjoy the sporting aspects…

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Dinghy Digest: What’s a Baseplate and Why do I Need One?

Baseplates are designed for each respective company’s tow bars, like this Blue Ox setup. However, it is often possible to mix and match components. Baseplates are often much more than the sum of their parts, incorporating computer-enhanced engineering, detail and rigorous testing. This Roadmaster baseplate kit (Part No. 524443-5) may look like it’s designed to…

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The Best Portable Dinghy Braking Systems

These units provide an easy way to reduce stopping distance for safer travels when dinghy towing To tow a dinghy vehicle or a trailer? That is the question that faces many RVers as they grapple with just one of the many choices the RV lifestyle has to offer. But if a motorhome is your rig…

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Burnie Grill | MotorHome Magazine

Looking for a classic campfire experience without the hassle of buying and hauling bulky wood that takes up precious cargo space? The Burnie Grill is a 100% natural, all-wood burning single-use portable cooking setup that also offers a wood fire for chilly evenings. Burnie “stumps” work by mimicking an ancient Nordic technique for slowly burning…

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Exploring 10 of the best waterfalls in the U.S.

What makes a waterfall great? What makes for a “best” waterfall? There are probably as many different opinions of “great” and “best” as there are people to ask. One thing is for sure — there is something special and alluring about waterfalls. They make great destinations for hikes and beautiful subjects for photography. Going DownThe…

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Motorhome Quick Tip: Drawer Lock

I was irritated by the kitchen drawers sliding open in my 2017 Winnebago View when making right turns. After one of the drawer guides finally broke, I came up with this simple idea on how to keep the drawers closed while driving. I used two flat corner braces for brackets that are screwed into the…

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RV Tech Savvy: Heat Distribution

We own a 2014 Coachmen Encounter 36A motorhome. When I turn on the furnace, there is great heat in the back bedroom and the bathroom turns into a sauna, but I get nothing in the front vent. I can feel a very slight warmth out of the vent, but zero airflow. Is there a safe…

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2019 California RV Show Moves to Fontana

This year’s annual RVIA California RV Show has moved from Pomona to the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. RV enthusiasts can save time and money by purchasing tickets online now for the 67th Annual RVIA California RV Show, which comes for the first time to the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, October 4 through 13….

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Charge Motorhome Batteries | MotorHome Magazine

New multistage chargers from REDARC use solar power for motorhome house batteries Need to keep your motorhome’s house batteries charged? REDARC’s Dual-Input BCDC in-vehicle battery chargers provide multistage charging while driving. Designed for any vehicle with a secondary battery bank that can be charged by the engine alternator, the 12-volt DC, 25-amp BCDC1225D ($369.96) and…

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