If you’ve read our Buyer’s Guide, you understand the importance of vehicle towing capacity and camper weight. But what can you do to shave pounds and tow lighter and safer? Here are some practical tips for shedding pounds, or in some cases redistributing the weight for easier and safer towing.
Unless you want to drink antifreeze, change a flat tire, and run out of power…all on your first trip of the season, de-winterization is just as important as winterization. Thankfully the process is quick and easy.
Wheel and tire problems are no fun, especially when in-transit. Here are three simple checks that can be performed before each trip to help keep your trailer rolling smoothly down the road.
If you find yourself on the road or in the campground when the temperature suddenly drops below freezing, this post describes a few things you can quickly do to minimize any potential damage.
Proper battery maintenance is easy to perform yet easy to forget, possibly leaving you without a furnace fan (and thus without heat) in the middle of the night! Here are three simple steps to make sure your battery is charged and ready to use when you need it to be!
Most popup camper roofs are made of fiberglass while the roof vent is plastic. Since those two materials expand and contract at different rates when heated or cooled, caulking is needed to create a proper seal. That caulking must be regularly maintained to prevent leaks. Here’s how to do it.
Winterizing your camper is pretty easy with the right parts and process. This post shows how to complete this important task in less than 20 minutes.
Every trip I took in my popup camper would result in a loose screw or bolt laying on the floor when we arrived at the campsite. Until we got some thread locker that is!