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80 Essential Terms for Motorhome Owners

We RVers have a language all our own; time to learn the lingo New-ish to RVing? If so, you’re likely confused by all the terms that go along with it. Not to worry. Whether you’re new to the motorhome lifestyle or a seasoned veteran, it never hurts to brush up on some of the most…

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Northeastern Nirvana | MotorHome Magazine

The Farm Barn at Shelburne Farms houses the education center, administration offices and the cheesemaking facility. When I began planning our first visit to Vermont and New Hampshire, I heard the same thing from everyone who’d ever set foot in either state: “It’s beautiful; you’ll love it!” Things the area is famous for — picturesque…

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Lure of the Open Road

Tiffin’s Allegro-branded 34 PA gasser closes in on the panache of a diesel pusher with the optional LiquidSpring suspension upgrade Close your eyes and ask someone to guide you into a Tiffin Open Road Allegro 34 PA for the first time. Open your eyes and you’ll swear that you’re inside a higher-end diesel pusher. Fortunately,…

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Motorhome Quick Tip: Bug Off

When I worked as a walk-through technician at a large RV dealership, I was responsible for giving new RV owners their orientation. During this time, I learned a trick to help keep insects out of the back of water heaters and refrigerators. Simply place a section of a dog’s flea and tick collar in the…

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Rv Tech Savvy: Daytime Running Lights … Don’t

I have a problem with my 2003 Fleetwood Southwind on a Workhorse chassis. The daytime running lights no longer come on, and the dash indicator icon is out as well. Quotes for tracing the problems are astronomical. So I’m looking for your advice on where to start looking. Roy Hughes | Albuquerque, New Mexico Typically,…

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Two-stage Convenience | MotorHome Magazine

Awnings by Zip Dee now offers the Century 2, a roof-mounted awning designed to add awning strength without overextending into neighboring RV sites. The first stage extends 3 feet, 6 inches — enough to cover the slideouts — while the second stage extends an additional 6½ feet. Support is via arms with triple cables, while…

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Sponsored Content: Dometic Americana Plus Refrigerator

Dometic’s new Americana Plus brings even more innovation and features than the company’s already popular Americana Refrigerator. The Americana Plus has a clean design with full surround steel frame, optimizing cooling performance, and comes in many different panel options. The ergonomic, redesigned handle comes in all black and features a “click lock” sound so you…

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Top 10 RV Campground Rules

Illustration by Bob McMahon MotorHome’s Ultimate Guide to Proper Camping Manners We’re sure you’ve been there, or perhaps you were one of the guilty ones: It’s late, you’re trying to relax or sleep after a long drive to your favorite RV park and someone pulls into the site next to you and cranks up their…

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How to Remove Water Spots on a Motorhome

Even after washing and thoroughly rinsing an RV, it’s easy to have water spots left behind. Not only are they unsightly, but over time, being mineral deposits, they can actually etch and permanently mar the finish. Fortunately, with the right tools, removing them is easy. Shurhold Industries has a tip to save you time and…

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Cleveland Rocks! | MotorHome Magazine

Guitars, clothing and other memorabilia from The Beatles are on display at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.Photo: courtesy of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Finding fun along the shores of Lake Erie in Ohio As the years whiz by, I find myself reflecting on earlier times in my life, when The…

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