As every RV owner knows, the large vehicles are essentially a house on wheels and can require a significant amount of maintenance. It is recommended that you thoroughly check your vehicle for any issues and repair them prior to every trip in order to avoid an even more costly breakdown on the road. There are so many different components and features that attempting to do everything all by yourself can be a very daunting task.
Here's finally something you and your RV can both agree upon. You don't want a breakdown, and neither does it. A night spent stranded at the side of the road does little for family bonding and is no way to spend crucial vacation time. Moreover, it's unsafe for you and your stuff, not to mention potentially hazardous to your wallet after the proverbial (and literal) smoke has cleared and something vital is kaput. Here's how to keep your RV between the white lines - and not marooned along them.
Outdoor camping is one of the excellent ideas for a family vacation both in spring and summer season. Almost all the children of all ages are interested in camping, also it is one of the great opportunities them to explore and enjoy the great outdoors.
There are no guarantees that any water is completely safe for us to drink, but if we take certain precautions we can keep our RV water system safe to use. So where do we start? First of all you should always use a white non-toxic drinking hose. Hoses not labeled safe for drinking can contribute to lead and other dangerous chemicals getting in the water...