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Which Motorhome Can Tow The Most Weight?

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If you are seeking to tow more with a motorhome and you have had your eyes on a class A motorhome, consider a Super Class C. The Super Class C, tows the most out of any motorhome on the market and has the most horsepower. The largest Super Class Cs are built on a class […]

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Can A 2000 Watt Generator Run An A/C?

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So you are out dry camping and it is hot! You are wishing you could run your A/C unit to get some relief, but you can’t because your generator is too small at 2000 watts. Think again, it is possible depending on the size of your A/C. If your A/C unit is 13,500 watts or […]

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What Is A Super Class C Motorhome?

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Super Class C motorhomes are the GrandDaddy of Class C motorhomes. Super C’s are typically built on a class 5 through class 8 chassis, which is a commercial class of workhorse trucks for towing and carrying heavy loads. This design allows for a higher quality build in RV beyond that of Class A Motorhomes. While […]

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Dangers of Using A Buddy Heater in Your RV

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During chili nights,  It becomes tempting to run the RV furnace through the night, at the risk of draining your batteries. Alternatives such as buddy heaters and kerosene heaters can serve to ease the evening chill; though with serious consequences for its use in confined spaces. There are some risks of using a buddy heater […]

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Do I Need a Water Pressure Regulator for My RV?

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Setting up primary services when you pull up to a campground, is essential to a great stay. You have your power hooked up, and you are about to hook up your water supply. Do I really need a water pressure regulator for my RV? The answer is yes. You should have a water pressure regulator […]

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What is a Park Model RV?

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A Park Model RV is an RV that is built according to the specifications set out by the RV associations in America and Canada. In Canada a Park Model is not to exceed 50 m2 (538 sq ft) in the USA it is not to exceed 400 sq feet. With the other specifications being very […]

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How to Run Google Home/Alexa in your RV

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While some people go camping to get away from it all and are happy to leave the online and digital worlds behind, staying connected is important if you’re a full-time RVer or need to keep in touch with work. Or maybe you just want to turn your unit into a smart RV.   So, is it possible […]

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What Should You Know Before Buying A Fiberglass Trailer?

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Fiberglass trailers appear, by popular opinion, to be the best choice as the exterior for a travel trailer. Fiberglass trailers are:Better insulated.More water-resistant.Harder to damage when compared to other options. The downside?They can be more expensive to purchase.More vulnerable to UV ray damage. Are heavier than trailers made from other materials, such as aluminum.Repairs to a fiberglass […]

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