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    Perry Mack

    New Complete RV Winterizing

    We feel this is the most complete winterizing article that we’ve put together with updated information for 2022/2023 and RV innovations designed in the last five or six years. Properly storing your motorhome or trailer for the winter doesn’t take... Read more

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    Perry Mack

    Too Much Tongue Weight? Here’s What Can Happen

    Tires and brakes are an integral part of controlling your rig as they restrain the combined weight of your tow vehicle, trailer, and load. Both perform effortlessly in demanding conditions, inclement weather, and up and down steep grades for long... Read more

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    Andreistanescu Dreamstime.com

    How to Choose RV Tires

    We had stopped to help a motorcyclist when the pick-up truck towing a double-axle travel trailer went by with one flat tire on the passenger side. We assumed they would pull over to change it but as they kept going the RVers seemed oblivious to it... Read more

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    Margaret619 Dreamstime.com

    Smart RVing - Five Great Apps to Use on the Road

    In the digital world, there isn’t a shortage of apps. You can find one that can assist you with just about any pastime, and RVing is no exception. The trick, however, is finding and using one that ideally suits your lifestyle on the road... Read more

    Jun 21, 2022

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    SoftStartRV

    Easier Than Ever Air Conditioning

    As summer heats up it’s worth reminding everyone who doesn’t have an RV A/C Soft Start that this is a great time to get one. We installed ours in 2021 and were instantly relieved with cool air while running on a 15-amp household circuit. The A/C... Read more

    Jun 15, 2022

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    Perry Mack

    The Importance of Hitch Care

    Trailer hitches on tow vehicles are the unsung heroes of RVing. They are used throughout the season and serve as the most integral component while hauling a trailer or fifth wheel. Contrary to many claims by some manufacturers, the hitch and all... Read more

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    Winnebago Industries

    Are Your Trailer Wheel Bearings Ready to Roll?

    After extensive use of your RV trailer or fifth wheel last season and following a long winter in storage, components like fridges can stop working, propane tanks need to be inspected, and house batteries may need recharging... Read more

    Mar 23, 2022

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    Perry Mack

    How to Sanitize your Freshwater System

    ‘Sanitize’ is a term that is now commonly used every day as killing viruses and bacteria is more important than ever. While winterizing and de-winterizing are other familiar terms among experienced RVers, sanitizing the freshwater tank often is... Read more

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    Perry Mack

    RV Furnace Woes

    A common occurrence with RV furnaces is a popping sound that seems to appear suddenly and for no good reason. By that, I mean we didn’t drop it, kick it or run over it – all valid reasons for an appliance to stop working properly. After fiddling... Read more

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    Stephane Coudassot-Berducou

    Top 10 Best Practises for Towing in the Snow

    Whether you’re travelling south to the U.S. or westbound across Canada to a snowbird destination, driving a tow vehicle and trailer through adverse, snowy conditions is inevitable during the late fall and early spring... Read more

    Dec 7, 2021

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    Fort Rucker

    Smart RVing - Determining RV Storage Options

    A lot of new Canadian RVers who plan to buy a motorhome or trailer often overlook where they are going to store it when they are not travelling in the summer or during the off-season.  Yes, it’s true. Aside from baby boomers, snowbirds, and... Read more

    Oct 16, 2021

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    KZ-RV

    5 Common (and Unexpected) Trailer Noises

    When you hear a noise coming from inside or around your home, it’s easy enough to check it out. If the sound is coming from outside of the house, you may even decide to ignore it. After all, you’re safe and snug within a brick and mortar structure... Read more

    Sep 15, 2021

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    Perry Mack

    Simplify Power on the Road

    Summer means getting outside for the sunshine, and spending time in the warm weather that we longed for all winter. Up until it feels too hot; we are a fickle species. Fortunately, we have the greatest invention in the history of humankind, air... Read more

    Jul 21, 2021

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    The-Blowup on unsplash

    Is Your RV Water Supply Ready to Use?

    Boondocking is increasing in popularity among enthusiasts and for many reasons. You can enjoy the utmost isolation in a scenic, secret spot away from the traffic of other enthusiasts, be at one with Mother Nature, or even reap the benefits of cost... Read more

    Jul 1, 2021

  • SoftStartRV Install on a Coleman Mach - Airexcel Air Conditioner

    2000 Watt generators can be affordable and lightweight, but can they run your air conditioning? We install and test the SoftStartRV device to see if it will allow our $550 2000W inverter generator to start and run our 13,500 BTU Coleman Mach 3+... Read more

    May 12, 2021

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