An RV is an investment. After you’ve done the work of researching types of RVs, finding the perfect fifth-wheel trailer for you, and writing that giant check, it is time to enjoy it. Chances are when you’re traveling with your fiver, you don’t just want to stay in the camper the whole time. You can do that at home. Maybe you leave to go hiking, or sight-seeing, or just to the store to get supplies. It might seem crazy but RV theft happens surprisingly often. While you are out having fun, anyone with a fifth wheel hitch in their truck can come to hitch up your trailer and drive it off. Few things can spoil your RV trip as much as having your rig stolen. Thankfully, there are ways to protect your investment and deter those thieves. One of the easiest things to do is to attach a king pin lock whenever you’re not towing, especially if you plan to leave it for a few
When you have to go, you have to go. It may not be the stuff of polite conversation, but it is a fact of life. Everyone needs to use the toilet.
One of the great advantages of RV travel is that you have your own bathroom with you wherever you go. Not all RV toilets are the same, however, and there is a surprisingly wide range of options available.
Dometic makes some of the most popular RV toilets on the market, including the Dometic 310 and the Dometic 320. So how do you decide which of these best-selling models is right for you and your rig?
The Main Differences Between the Dometic 310 and 320
The main differences between the Dometic 310 and the Dometic 320 are:
- The Dometic 320 h
Good Sam vs. AAA for RVersRoadside assistance is one of those things that you hope you never need, but when you do need it, it’s vital that it works the way you expect it to. For most Americans, talking about roadside assistance is synonymous with AAA - the American Automobile Association (or CAA in Canada). AAA has been around for about as long as cars have existed, so there’s little wonder it has become a trusted household name. When it comes to RVers, though, is AAA still the best option? Whether your RV is a motorhome or a trailer, your roadside assistance needs are a little different than the average driver. Among RVers, Good Sam roadside assistance is also a popular option. As a full-time RVer, this decision was important to me. So I compared AAA and Good Sam roadside assistance services specifically for RVs,
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