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RV Tire Safety with RV tire expert Roger Marble I have written a number of times on the topic of Interply Shear. This is the force that is trying to tear the belts of radial tires apart. There are some highly technical papers on the topic and you can review them after a simple Google...

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Dear RV Shrink: We live six months at a time in a 35-foot fifth wheel. Recently our propane detector started acting weird so my husband just disconnected the wires. He failed to inform me of this repair technique and I was content that it was working properly again. When I finally discovered that it was...

The post Hubby solved noisy LP detector by disconnecting it – Bad idea! appeared first on RV Travel.

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Ask the RV Vet With Dr. Deanna Tolliver, M.S., DVM YourRVvet@gmail.com Many of us started RVing because we wanted to travel and take our pets with us. And for the most part, life with a pet in your RV is not much different than in a house. But there are some safety issues you need...

The post RV Pet Vet: Traveling safely with your pet appeared first on RV Travel.

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Dear Gary, We have a 2009 Monaco and have had a leak in the bedroom slide from the very beginning.  It takes about an hour or so for the water to start dripping in on the floor and it will continue to drip three hours after it stops raining. I just keep putting down rolled...

The post RVers can’t locate source of slideout leak appeared first on RV Travel.

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By Bob Difley Some time back a 59-year-old woman went missing in a Northern California state park. She went missing for six days before a man and his son found her. When she was finally rescued from where she had fallen from an unmarked trail into a ravine, she said she was uninjured but could...

The post Boondockers: Make sure your hike is a safe one appeared first on RV Travel.

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Paul Evert’s RV Country in Fresno, California became an inferno Tuesday evening when a fire ripped through one of its maintenance warehouses. Flames reached as high as 40 feet. Investigators believe the fire started in a refrigerator in an RV inside the building. About ten RVs were inside the warehouse. Paul Evert’s RV Country’s vice...

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Hey Mike, about this tip… Don’t just exercise the pooch, exercise the generator, too. Fire it up and run it at half-load (or more) for two hours each month. I just read this Quick Tip in the RV Daily Tips Newsletter, but I wonder just how to run a generator at half-load? And why do...

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The KeySmart Pro is a Swiss-styled key holder that consolidates noisy, bulky keys into a single fold-up device. KeySmart Pro comes with Tile™ Smart location, and was made for people who spend a lot of time enjoying the outdoors. This little gadget ensures no more bulky keys and guarantees you’ll never lose them on a...

The post KeySmart puts bulky keys into single fold-up device appeared first on RV Travel.

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by Chris Guld, GeeksOnTour.com Do you go to beautiful places and take pictures that don’t do the place justice? I am often disappointed when I look at my pictures, thinking “It looked so much better than that” I almost never accept a photo as it was taken. At the very least I crop and apply...

The post Make your travel photos go from So-So to Stunning appeared first on RV Travel.

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris When we were new to the RVing with a trailer set, we bought an older fifth wheel that’d been sitting about on its tires for some time. Lots of tread left, sure, but the tires themselves had been exposed to plenty of UV radiation. Our RVing mentors “learned us”...

The post Trailer folk: Jack the frame — not the axle appeared first on RV Travel.

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