SmartPlug Review: Snap And You’re Connected

Editor’s note: While visiting the SmartPlug Systems corporate office in Seattle earlier this spring, the company gave Let’s RV a new 30-amp SmartPlug cordset and receptacle to review. A 50-amp option is available. The plug is designed to replace a original outlet attached to a motorhome or trailer. It can only be used on RVs […]

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Thetford Introduces 20-foot Titan Sewer Hose

RVer response has been outstanding since Thetford Corporation launched Titan, its new premium sewer hose system, earlier this year, a release from the company stated.Now Thetford is making a great product even better by expanding the Titan lineup with a new 20-foot sewer kit, for RVers who may need a longer hose to empty their […]

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WiFiRanger Debuts SkyPro Pack Wi-Fi Booster

WiFiRanger continues to refine its product line with the debut of the latest WiFiRanger SkyPro Pack offering.These purpose-engineered RV and marine WiFi products provide the most range, wireless throughput speeds, and user-friendly features ever offered to the market, said Kelly Hogan, CEO and designer of WiFiRanger.“Our thousands of customers have helped us refine our product […]

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An RVer’s Essential Toolbox

Every RVer has a typical toolbox. After all, it would be pretty difficult to get along without such basic tools as a screwdriver, hammer, and one or more pairs of pliers.Things break, and while fixing them isn​’t usually too difficult, some tools are required. This means it is only sensible to always keep these types […]

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Winegard Rayzar Automatic HDTV Antenna Review

Okay, I’ll admit, I’m not a big television person. But, after a few encounters with some bad weather, I decided I needed to be able to pick up local TV stations just from a safety perspective. The Internet apps are fine in being able to show information and project forecasts, but nothing beats having a […]

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Fredericksburg, Texas — German Flavor In Hill Country

We are smitten with Texas Hill Country, and have been since our first trek through six years ago. Our favorite town in Hill Country is the quaint community of Fredericksburg, Texas, which is nestled in the hills west of San Antonio and just 30 minutes north of I-10.Founded in 1846, and settled by immigrants overflowing […]

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32 Tips On Maintaining RV Slideouts And Stabilizers

Slide outs are probably the post popular innovation on RVs in the past 25 years. Automatic stabilizers are also a very popular option. You will notice I used the term “stabilizers” and not jacks. Current technical information often refers to these devices as stabilizers instead of jacks because they aren’t intended to be used as […]

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Removing Moldy Diamond Shield From An RV

We all have to do lists, right? And sometimes those to-do lists get neglected just a bit. Am I right?Well, sitting atop my to-do list since we bought our RV was getting the dirty, ugly, nasty-looking Diamond Shield off the front of the RV.Diamond Shield sounds great, right? Sounds almost bullet proof. Well the point […]

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The Complete Guide To RV Fire Extinguishers

The most important weapon you have to fight an RV fire is, of course, your trusty fire extinguisher, and everybody who is traveling in the coach should know how and when best to use them.Ideal locations to keep them are in the galley, the bedroom and outside in an unlocked compartment. But owning a fire […]

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