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Average RV Costs with 19 Example Prices

There are so many types of RVs out there to choose from. Some people want the whole motorhome experience while other drivers would prefer to hitch a travel trailer or fifth-wheel trailer to their truck or SUV. No matter your preferences, though, one deciding factor in which type of RV you’ll choose is the cost. RVs can cost between $10,000 …

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Briggs & Stratton 30651: My Favorite Generator for Mini Campers

If you own a mini camper, then you know you don’t have as many options for a generator as an RV owner would. Big, bulky units are out of the question, as they will weigh down your camper. Not only that, but they’ll take up precious space that you don’t really have. Instead, you need a lightweight, portable generator that’s …

How to Repair a Camper Water Heater Step-by-Step

A few months ago, I discussed how to fix your camper’s air conditioner. Of course, the AC isn’t the only unit that can break down. You also have to worry about your camper water heater. As the name implies, the water heater is what provides warm water throughout the camper. Whether for a toasty shower, hot water to make tea, …

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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 …