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Where Are the Battery and Converter in My Camper?

In today’s tech-obsessed society, everyone has experienced it at least once: you bring your phone out with you. The battery is at about 75 percent. You’ll be out for hours with no chance to charge it. Gradually, as the day wears on, your phone battery decreases. It’s now 65 percent, then 50 percent, and then 45 percent. Before you know …

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The Average Cost of Class A Motorhome Tires

Class A motorhomes are comparable to 18-wheeler trucks. They often have towing capacities worth thousands of pounds, the space for four or more passengers, and huge wheels. They’re bigger than Class C motorhomes, which are often categorized as sizeable in-betweeners. Class A motorhomes also far outweigh Class B motorhomes, which are the slimmest and tiniest motorhome class. If you own …

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Camper Air Conditioner Troubleshooting Tips: Try This First!

It may be the middle of winter, but eventually the temperatures are going to creep up and get warm again. You may be in a part of the country that isn’t bitterly cold right now (although almost everyone has been hit with some shockingly low temps already this year), so warmer weather is right around the corner. Regardless, sooner than …

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These Are the Five Best Low-Maintenance Campers Available

Part of the reason you probably bought your RV in the first place was to get away from all the hustle and bustle of daily life. Really, let’s be honest: between work, family, bills, and other responsibilities, life can be kind of high-maintenance, right? It’s okay to admit it. Everyone’s lives are extraordinarily frazzled at some time or another, and …

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Average RV Campground Rates: How Much to Expect Per Night

When I first bought my RV, I wasn’t sure how much it would cost to stay at a campground. I wasn’t sure if I should boondock or go to an actual campsite. In general, RV campsites cost between $25 and $80 per night depending on the location, the size of the space, and what connections are offered. In my experience, …