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We always admired Roadtrek's above-the-door pocket shelves (or rail pockets or whatever they're called) used on any of the Chevy…
A viewer named Lilli writes: “I am brand new to Class B travel, and I would love it if you…
We are on the road a little over half the year and one thing we've learned in five years of…
Lots of RVers like to take their pets with them while traveling, but that creates a lot of opportunities for…
The bugs are back. And they're going splat… all ver our windshield. We ran into a huge swarm of them…
Why don't things quit working before we hit the road? We had just headed out in our winterized Roadtrek for…
First of all, you probably won't have to do this on your Roadtrek. For one thing, Roadtreks with Alde systems…
Updating my maps is a project I've been meaning to get around to for quite some time, and I finally…
I had a slight accident and cracked the lens of my tail light on the passenger side of my Sprinter…
Many people are traveling this time of year, but accommodating our dogs can be frustrating. There are places like National…
Class B campers allow notoriously little room for packing lots of clothes. So we borrowed an old sailboat trick.  We…
One of the first things I learned about my Roadtrek was how to use the roof fan to provide ventilation.…
Water pumps in Class B RVs, or pretty much all RVs for that matter, are just about the same. The…
Pictures and videos are great for sharing your travels and activities but they only capture snippets of time and don’t…
Most Class B campers come with an awning already installed. It resides in its own garage on the right side…
Two years ago we added solar to our then 18-year old Roadtrek 190 Popular. We followed the rule of thumb…
When we bought our 1995 Dodge Roadtrek 190 Popular the kitchen had one feeble incandescent light, so it was too…
Many Class B RV travelers enjoy taking their bicycles or motorcycles along with them while they travel. It is rather…
One of the problems in traveling with a dog in an RV is that there will be times when you…
You may have read about Mike Wendland’s and Campskunk’s field testing fancy new Roadtrek CS Adventurous XL models with a gazillion…
Thinking about full-timing? Want to get rid of unused stuff at your sticks-and-bricks or from your RV? Or just wanting…
All Class B campers require ingenuity when it come to storing stuff. If the manufacturer has provided storage for everything,…
“I'm the one with the bad back,” Roger said, when Lynn complained of a sore seat while driving. Our 1995…
When our RV water pump stopped working, we didn't switch to champagne.  We just traveled like we do when we…
If you have an older Roadtrek or many other older RVs you likely have a Magnetek Converter/Charger (newer Roadtreks have…
Whenever people get a Sprinter for the first time, they are amazed at all the differences between Sprinters and domestic…
Humpf!  The muffled noise stirred Lynn to full consciousness. Actually, she was only half asleep, having previously woken up cold…
Practical ideas to make your travel lifestyle more comfortable don't require a lot of money. Many of these ideas are…
If you're the new owner of a new or experienced Class B you are probably figuring out how to outfit…
One evening a giant Prevost  motorhome pulled into the campsite next to us. We were in an tiny old campground…
One of the joys of an older Class B is the absence of reluctance to make changes.  Over the years…
At times on the road we need more than a laptop computer – we need an entire office. The need…
When we first started traveling in our camper van it seemed like we always juggled to keep our electronic devices…
Class B owners are a diligent bunch. They want to do maintenance to head off problems. This is very commendable,…
I know, I know. You have been tossing and turning at night, wondering what's inside your RV propane tank. Well,…
We love the “aisle” bath in our Roadtrek. We would not give up our 3rd seat for a wet bath.  …
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