We all enjoy traveling and camping in our motorhomes, and most of us like to think of ways to enhance our RV experiences even more. It might be adding a product to help improve drivability or address a safety concern, or just a fun accessory to have when you arrive at your destination.
About 20 years ago, RV manufacturers began using rubber roofing membrane on RV roofs as opposed to other roof coverings such as aluminum. Among the reasons for the industry's shift to rubber roofing: It was lightweight, seamless, easy to install ...
When I was at the National RV Trade show I noticed more and more RV manufacturers advertising that the tires were filled with nitrogen. Nitrogen has been used to inflate tires in racecars, airplanes and over-the-road trucks for many years. What do these people know that we don’t?
One requirement for towing a trailer is the trailer must have a braking system that works in conjunction with the tow vehicle brakes. Why should this requirement be any different for a motorhome towing a vehicle? In reality it’s not, but many owners are not aware of the reasons they need a supplemental braking system for the vehicle they’re towing.
When taking your motorhome out of winter storage and preparing it for the camping season, it's important to keep RV safety in mind. Here are safety reminders concerning tires, weight, carbon monoxide, LP-gas, fire and an emergency escape plan.