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Motorhome Quick Tip: Think Vertical

The storage space in our compact Class B is limited, which requires us to get creative. The two rules we have are: square is best for containers, and think vertical! Finding a place to store our baseball-type caps was an issue, so I came up with a vertical solution made of easy-to-find materials. I used…

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Compact Comfort: 11 Nimble and Cozy Motorhomes

These motorhomes allow for on-road versatility without sacrificing livability As most people know, motorhome owners hit every note on the scale of dreams and destinations and somewhere between City Mouse and Country Mouse, there is a sweet spot where the two harmoniously combine. These days, that soul-soothing chord is quite often struck in Class B’s…

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Motorhome Quick Tip: Name That Slideout

Recycle your old name-tag lanyard and avoid the damage caused by trying to extend your motorhome’s slideout while the locking bar is in place. Shorten the lanyard to the correct length for the slide control, then insert a warning message in the name-tag holder. Hang this close to the slide-extend switch so you remember to…

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What RV Stuff Do You Need?

A guide to products and services that will make life in your motorhome even better As we all know, a motorhome is a gateway to adventure. Once you’ve purchased one, your travel options increase, and are limited only by your imagination — and where the road leads, of course. But as any owner — new…

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Motorhomes, Museums and The Music Man

On the two-hour Winnebago factory tour, visitors can watch the motorhome assembly line from catwalks.Photos: Mary and Jim Zalmanek Exploring Forest City and Mason City, Iowa, right in Winnebago’s backyard On June 2, 2018, my husband, Jim, and I drove to La Mesa RV in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to take possession of our brand-new 2019…

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Flex Charging with USB for RVs

Seems like we’re always looking for an open outlet to charge our phones or tablets. SalVinCo introduces a way to charge an electronic device and offer a versatile reading light with the USB LED Reading Light with Flex Neck and Night Light. And while that may seem like a mouthful, the design is simple yet…

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Review: Air Mega Air Purifier

Indescribably Cleaner Air and Smell for Your RV We all know that our RVs can become, how shall we say, funky smelling from time to time.  Whether it be the atmosphere of where you are traveling, trash or toilet issues, bad water, dirty clothes, dirt, smoke, or any of the many other things that can…

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Sponsored Content: Furrion Chill Rooftop Air Conditioner

Stay cool this summer with the new Furrion Chill rooftop air conditioner Furrion, a global leader of innovative products and solutions for the specialty-vehicle market, launched the Furrion Chill air-conditioning series. This revolutionary line offers consumers unsurpassed cooling performance combined with high-energy efficiency to keep everyone cool this summer. The series is comprised of a…

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Battery of Skills: REDARC Manager30

Australia-based REDARC Electronics has launched The Manager30 battery-management system. The system, which has been available Down Under since 2014, is designed to charge and maintain auxiliary batteries by incorporating AC-, DC- and solar-power inputs, making it suitable for motorhome owners when camping off-grid or while plugged in to shorepower. REDARC claims that one of the…

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MotorHome’s Ultimate Guide to Getting RV Ready for Spring

From the RV storage lot to heading out on the open road, these reference lists will keep you confident and worry-free through all your travels Before Moving Motorhome Out of Storage Inspect the motorhome’s tires. Inflate tires to proper levels, and check tire surfaces for uneven wear, cuts or chunks of rubber missing. Note the…

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