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RV Tech-Tip: Tire Monitor

RV Tech-Tip: Tire Monitor

August 21, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

One of the most critical items on your RV is what supports it: the tires.  It is very important that they are correctly sized, properly rated, aired up with the required pressure, and in good general condition.  These things usually can be observed visually, except the air pressure.  For this, you will need to use a […]

8 Safety Accessories Every RVer Should Have

8 Safety Accessories Every RVer Should Have

August 8, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Safety Accessories Every RVer Should Have We all likely agree that there are several safety accessories that every RVer should have, but there might be some disagreement on what those accessories are. One RVer might consider a shotgun a must have safety accessory, while another might rate an alarm on his temperature-controlled built-in wine storage compartment a […]

GPS Navigation In RVs

GPS Navigation In RVs

June 10, 2014 by · 5 Comments 

Is a GPS nav. system a worthwhile option?  To answer this question, I think we need to look at what possible benefits it may provide. First of all, basic point “A” to point “B” geographical guidance.  This is the primary use for most passenger automobiles, but what about the uses in a recreational vehicle application?  Here, […]

Newmar Makes Motorhome Driving Easier with Comfort Drive

Newmar Makes Motorhome Driving Easier with Comfort Drive

September 16, 2012 by · 2 Comments 

Five years ago, Nappanee, Indiana-based Newmar Corp created the ultimate combination of advanced technology and intelligent design. The Newmar Comfort Drive Steering System is one of the most significant innovations in motorcoach drivability ever… and it’s another innovative feature that defines the Newmar difference. Comfort Drive Steering is an intelligent steering system that decreases driver […]

Tornadoes: The What, When & Where

Tornadoes: The What, When & Where

May 4, 2011 by · 2 Comments 

Tornadoes are nature’s most violent storms. People, recreational vehicles, cars, and even buildings may be hurled aloft by tornado-force winds—or simply blown away. Most injuries and deaths are caused by flying debris. A tornado is a vertical funnel of violently rotating air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. The most violent tornadoes are capable […]