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King Kombo | MotorHome Magazine

Considering the limited storage space in a motorhome, a conventional ladder may seem like a luxury item. But when that one item can perform triple duty as a stepladder, leaning ladder and extension ladder, it becomes worth its weight in gold. And, the King Kombo Industrial 6-10 foot ladder weighs only 23 pounds, stores at…

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JENSEN JWM45 Two-zone Stereo is Twice as Nice

Music is an important part of the motorhome lifestyle, inside and out of the coach. ASA Electronics now offers the JENSEN JWM45 Two-zone Stereo. Owners can enjoy their own music collections with Bluetooth streaming, MP3 playback via USB and a front auxiliary input. Or, 30 AM/FM station presets allow music delivery the old-fashioned way. The…

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You Have Arrived | MotorHome Magazine

Well-appointed Coach House Arriva offers Mercedes-Benz luxury and a smooth handling experience The overwhelming popularity of Class B motorhomes is an interesting phenomenon. It wasn’t too long ago that Class B sales were at the bottom of the list. That all has changed, and with the uptick in popularity and sales, the Class B has…

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The 9 Best Urban RV Parks

No need to miss out on the big-city attractions, entertainment, restaurants and more. These nine RV parks are located right in the heart of the action. Nothing tops the ease and enjoyment of tooling down a leafy country lane with nary another vehicle in sight — or tying up in a quiet, out-of-the-way campground far…

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Motorhome Quick Tip: Walking Sticks

After one of the upholstered panels fell off the wall in the cockpit area of my motorhome, I needed to glue it back into place. Problem was, I didn’t have any way to keep pressure on it while the glue dried. I used adjustable walking sticks, butted up against the panel and a board on…

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Motorhome Battery Upgrade | MotorHome Magazine

Lifeline offers AGM models for house- and starting-power needs Although it is unpopular, battery maintenance is a necessary part of motorhome ownership and something that is required to keep a motorhome and its systems functioning correctly. After all, monitoring motorhome batteries and ensuring they are adequately charged and filled with distilled water is not a…

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Rv Tech Savvy: Tire Compounds — Revisited

This is in regard to my “Tire Compounds” letter in the June issue. Thank you so much for the information [that different tire types result in different ride characteristics]. Can you offer info on what compound tire I should purchase, maybe in a Goodyear or Michelin tire? Also, would it be OK to run a…

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Top Tips for Traveling with Pets

You already know that traveling by motorhome is a great way to see the world. But have you considered that the same aspects you love about RVing also make it easy to take your pets along for the ride? It’s no wonder that an estimated 50 percent of RVers travel with their pets! First of…

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Paw Patrols: You Can Take Them (Pets) With You

A look at 12 of the most pet-friendly motorhome destinations across the country Whether you are new to motorhome travel with your pets or have been cruising along with your best friend for years, one thing is certain: pet-friendly attractions, parks and destinations make the trip so much better for everyone. My husband, Rod, and…

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Fleetwood RV Unveils all-new Freedom Bridge Foundation

  Fleetwood RV and Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp. (FCCC) have teamed up to create the ultimate in luxury, power and performance with the launch of the Freedom Bridge Foundation, which was revealed at a dealer event in Decatur, Indiana. The new Freedom Bridge pairs FCCC’s legendary, modular XCM chassis with a newly re-engineered version of…

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