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RV technician Reg DeYoung, who works at Runners RV in Cranbrook, B.C., answers your RV questions.
RV technician Reg DeYoung talks about the importance of knowing the actual weight your tow vehicle can pull—including your RV, passengers and other equipment.
Make sure your unit is in tip-top shape before you head out camping this season.
There are a limited number of RV water heaters on the market, but some innovative models are becoming more common.
Radiant heaters are comfortable but controversial.
It's nearly time to take the RV out of storage. Here's a checklist to make sure your unit is ready for the upcoming season.
As a seasoned RV owner or a potential RV buyer, you may have an interest in the difference between an aluminium sided or “soft wall” RV and a laminated or “hard wall” unit. You may have seen these descriptions used in a RV brochure or mentioned by a salesperson in a sales pitch at an RV show or dealers lot.
A water system is a modern convenience in your RV and familiarity with all the parts and inner workings can help identify any issues that crop up.
For those RV enthusiasts that like to take their RV into the backcountry and have a lift kit on the tow vehicle or other clearance concerns—an axle flip will be beneficial.
Find out how your RV’s power inverter converts 12-volt to 110-volt for RV use