Is Dumping Gray Water from Your RV Legal?

If you are boondocking, your gray water tank is likely to fill up more quickly than your black tank. You may also have noticed that some of your fellow boodockers dump their gray water on the ground. Whether or not that is illegal depends on where you are; some jurisdictions…

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Prepping Your RV for a Pandemic or Other Disaster

As an RV owner, you’re a step ahead of the pack when it comes to an emergency situation; that is, if you choose to prepare. Prepping is not a desperate, last-minute trip to the store, but a lifestyle. The RV lifestyle is characterized as carefree and fun, and you may…

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Comparing a Few Popular RV Camping Websites and Apps

When you’re traveling in an RV, mobile apps and websites can often come in handy. Two favorites of the RV community are the Allstays app and the RV Parky app. Also keep in mind, both of these apps also have free websites, so an app isn’t really necessary. You can…

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Keep Your RV Plumbing Running in Freezing Temperatures

Preventing both water tanks and RV water lines from freezing during the winter can be challenging. If you must live in your RV during freezing weather, there are a few things you can do to keep your water from freezing. Keeping Your RV Water Tanks from Freezing One thing you…

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You Will Survive a One Night Freeze in Your RV

If you’re boondocking somewhere with moderate temperatures in the day, that dip to freezing overnight, you might worry about your tanks or water lines freezing. Rest assured, if it’s freezing temperatures for just a few hours, you probably have nothing to worry about. Most of your water lines, if not…

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Can You Run Your RV Generator All Night?

Many RVers want to run their generator all night, in order to run their air conditioner or the furnace. Likewise, they may need to run something critical, like a C-Pap or oxygen machine. While generators can run all night, there are a few reasons that may not be a good…

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Tips for Driving a Motorhome

If you’re new to RVing, you’ll quickly learn that driving a motorhome is not at all like driving a car. Parking, turning and gas stations will present challenges you didn’t know existed. Learning to drive your motorhome will take practice, patience, and a little bit of courage. Parking Challenges Obviously,…

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Why You Need an RV Surge Protector

Most of those new to RVing haven’t considered the possible danger posed to their rig by the power at a campground or RV park. Electrical problems at campgrounds and RV parks are pretty common. While serious damage to your rig is unlikely, there’s always the possibility that your electrical system…

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Comparing Gas to Diesel Motorhomes

A lot of first-time RV buyers, as well as many who already own a motorhome often wonder, which is better, a diesel or gas motorhome? However, the truth is, the answer isn’t always clear-cut, since there are several factors in the equation. Before you can decide whether you want a…

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