Winter RVing is here! This is definitely not where we thought we would be at this time of the year. It’s winter – something I promised myself we would avoid this year. Unfortunately things happen and can’t be helped. Barry injured himself and needs to have his dressings changed every three days by a nurse so we have had to … Continue reading →
Zus Smart Car Charger I was recently contacted by a representative from Nonda, a tech start-up based company from Palo Alto about a new product – a Zus Smart Car Charger – and they asked if I would like to try it and provide a review. I’m always interested in new gadgets and although there are features I wasn’t sure … Continue reading →
What are the differences between Aqua-Hot and Hydro-Hot? If you prefer to listen rather than read this post here’s an audio recording to make it easier. We didn’t know the differences! Actually when we were looking online at RVs for sale we continually only looked for Aqua-Hot and not Hydro-Hot because we didn’t understand that they are both good … Continue reading →
Screen Rooms for RVs Having a screen room (add-a-room) added to the side of an RV can have some huge advantages but there are definitely negatives as well. First let’s talk about the advantages to having a screen room. They are sometimes called awning rooms or extend a room. Whatever they are called I want one! The obvious advantages to … Continue reading →
I just received an email letting me know of the huge changes at Good Sam Club bringing a lot of excellent benefits to its members. If you have been wondering whether you want to join or not, then this might be the time to sign up.
Brake controllers are one of the most important trailer accessories that you can purchase. They help keep you, your vehicle and your trailer safe. In fact, a good brake controller isn’t just a luxury or extra, it’s the law.
During my research to provide relevant quality information to my readers I have come across Mark Polk’s name on numerous occasions as someone who is very knowledgeable about RVing.
He is a retired Army Chief Warrant Officer Three, with a very extensive RV background working in RV services, sales and management. He has lots of years of maintenance experience and has worked as an RV technician.
All of the reviews I have read have been very positive and based on those reviews I am recommending that you visit his site and look at his series of books from his business RV Education 101. Click Here!
His RV books include lots of information on RV care and maintenance, tips for looking after your awning properly, The Three Primary Systems of an RV LP Gas System / Water System / Electrical System, Deep Cycle Battery Care and Maintenance, and many other important topics all RVers should be aware of. His books are reasonable and come recommended.