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Does My Camper or RV Have a Rubber Roof?

Photo via iRV2 member donnyman When deciding to take a look at my rubber roof on my camper to see if any repairs were needed, I wondered why rubber roofs are becoming more common on campers and RVs. It turns out there are several reasons. Rubber roofs are cheaper to maintain or repair, have low weight,…

Complete Camper Tools List for DIY Repairs

When you buy an RV, a complete list of camper tools should come along with it. RV campers need routine maintenance and occasionally some repairs. You never know what the road will bring so be prepared. Having the right tools with you for simple repairs leads to better RV trips. There are also some tools to keep…

Fix’er Up: Guide to Upgrading the Bathroom in a Camper or RV

Elegant Camper RV Bathroom with Cassette Toilet. Rving in Style. When it comes to fixtures, the first thing that probably springs to mind is light fixtures, right? That’s fair, but fixtures encompass so much more than lights. Almost anything that sits in one spot in your camper trailer is considered a fixture. That means your…

Money-Saving Tips When Storing Your RV

So, you’ve found the RV of your dreams after many months, or even years, of researching, shopping, and visiting RV shows and dealers.  Congratulations!  It’s such a feeling of elation when you’ve picked out “the one.” Now onto the nitty gritty of storing your RV and purchasing those extras needed to keep her up and…

Five Great Ways to Insulate Your Trailer

If you remember from my recent post about preventing premature battery death, a lot of the information out there on the great wide web is catered towards RVs, not trailers. That can be kind of a bummer, because these are two different vehicles with often different needs. For instance, a motorhome or RV will often…



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