If you are looking for a way to experience the open road and reduce your monthly housing expenses, living full-time in an RV could be a great solution. When you invest in an RV, you travel with all the amenities of home.
Living full-time in an RV does come with some challenges, so here are three simple tips you can use to make RV-living more comfortable in the future.
1. Make sure you have a reliable Internet connection.
If you have a boat, own a horse, or enjoy RV-ing and want to bring your car or other vehicle along with you, you probably tow these items behind your car, you truck or your recreational vehicle. While heavy duty towing makes it easy to get these large items from one place to another, it does present a number of safety hazards if you're not careful.
Towing safety tips
1. Inspect and then inspect again.
As you might already know, some trucking businesses have their own full-time, on-site semi truck mechanics on staff to handle maintenance and repairs for their fleet. If you own your own trucking company, you might have thought about hiring a full-time mechanic yourself as well. Even though this can have its benefits, of course, it can be better to outsource your semi truck repair when needed. These are a few reasons why.
If you want to go camping from time to time in something a little larger than a traditional tent, a truck bed camper is an easy to use and relatively cheap option to consider. But as with any kind of attachment you install on your truck, much care needs to be taken to ensure that it doesn't tip or fall off while you're driving. If your truck bed camper feels like it's shifting around on the road, check out these three things.
Have you had your vehicle for a while? If so, you may not be aware that there are some services beyond regular maintenance that can keep your vehicle running its best. One of those services is a cooling system flush. You have likely had a standard cooling system service performed on your vehicle, but a cooling system flush is different than a standard cooling system service. One striking difference is the standard service usually involves removing and replacing some of the coolant in your cooling system, but a cooling system flush involves draining all of the cooling fluid and flushing away remaining debris and residual scale deposits.