2021 Jayco Jay Flight SLX 154BH Reviews

Jayco Jay Flight SLX 154BH Virtual WalkthroughMSRP: $14,722Rent:Rent before you buyVirtual Walkthrough: Take a Virtual TourCellSpecsFloor PlanBunkhouseSleeping Capacity4Length (Bumper to Hitch)17.83 ft. (214 in.)Dry Weight2,585 lbs.Cargo Carrying Capacity665 lbs.Gross Vehicle Weight3,250 lbs.Exterior Width7.08 ft. (85 in.)Exterior Height9 ft. (108 in.)Interior Height6.08 ft. (73 in.)Fresh Water Tank Capacity10 gal. (83.5 lbs.)Gray Water Tank Capacity19.9 gal (166.16 […]

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  • Updated November 15, 2021

The Complete Guide to RV Tire Safety and Care

Tires are what keeps our RVs running down the road — and there are some things you should keep in mind about your ​RV tires to keep them in good shape to avoid the damage of a blow-out, or worse, an accident. Of all the things on a vehicle, tires are often forgotten.​ Out of sight, out […]

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  • Updated July 14, 2020

Lippert Waste Master RV Sewer Hose Review

Using the Waste Master RV sewer hose waste management system has completely simplified dumping your tanks. Traditional sewer hoses are messy and unreliable. Unlike your old sewer hose that is required to twist on and off your empty valve, the Lippert Waste Master sewer hose is permanently attached to your RVs drain outlet, using a special CAM […]

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  • Updated August 6, 2020

12 Must-Have Campervan Accessories for Stress Free Adventures

Whether you’re a campervan owner, a seasoned campervanner, a campervan hirer, or new to campervanning, there are some campervan accessories that are essential to a stress-free on-the-road adventure. Some items are always in the campervan – hob, fridge, sink, convertible beds, lighting, heating (possibly), pop-top (sometimes), cupboard space, and essential kitchen utensils (definitely if you’re renting […]

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  • Updated January 18, 2021

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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  • Updated January 19, 2021

Yes, You Can Get Good FREE Internet On The Road

A reliable internet connection is like the holy grail for many full time RVers.  How many crowded lodges have I come across full of surfers, with every available power outlet in use.  Wouldn’t it be great if you could have reliable, free internet right in the comfort of your own rig? Did I just say “free?”  […]

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  • Updated September 23, 2020

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 jacks. In fact, it […]

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  • Updated January 18, 2021

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 of it is to […]

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  • Updated January 19, 2021

The Complete Guide To RV Fire Extinguishers

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

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  • Updated January 18, 2021