Odors in our motorhomes come in many different forms and are caused by many different sources. Some odors are pleasant, like fresh coffee brewing in the morning, and some are not so pleasant. The “not so pleasant” category includes holding tank odors, pet odors ...
I just returned from the Pennsylvania RV & Camping Show in Hershey, where I saw lot of new motorhomes on display. While looking over a 2010 model built on a Freightliner Custom Chassis, I noticed what looked to be a small fuel tank located under one of the outside storage compartment doors.
There are probably more than 17 ways you can extend the life of your motorhome’s engine, but we are going to narrow the list to what I consider to be the top 7. When all you hear every day is how poorly the economy is doing, it only makes sense to buckle down and take care of what you already own.
I don’t think I was ever as relaxed traveling in the motorhome as I was with the tire pressure monitoring system onboard. Driving is much more enjoyable when you know what the tire pressure is at any given time, and the fact that you will be warned if a problem with the tires exists.
Let’s face it, having the proper type of insurance coverage on your motorhome is extremely important, but it can be a little pricey, too. In this day and age finding ways to lower any of our bills is the smart thing to do.