Category: RV Camping

How to Choose an RV: Weight Considerations

Can your truck, SUV, or other vehicle handle that towable RV you’re about to buy? The answer depends on how heavy the trailer is, how much of that weight is distributed to your tow vehicle’s hitch, how many passengers you plan to carry inside of the tow vehicle, and a few other items covered in this post about RV towing weights.

RV Water Hose Storage

Here’s a quick tip for a convenient place to store your RV’s freshwater hose. Just take a couple of ball bungees and attach the rolled-up tubing to your spare tire. I recommend connecting the hose inlet/outlet together to keep dust and debris out of the inside. And always remember to use a drinking water-approved hose since standard garden hoses often contain toxic chemicals that you don’t want in your freshwater tank.

Reflectix Insulation for Popup Campers

One of the best upgrades you can make to a popup camper is to install Reflectix. For less than $100 and fifteen minutes of your time, you’ll stay warmer on cold nights and cooler on hot summer days.

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