May 2020

  1. Tips to Going Green in Your RV

    Tips to Going Green in Your RV

    We are so lucky to be surrounded by natural beauty in New Zealand but it raises a question. What can we do to take care of the environment and be greener on the road?
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  2. Putting your vehicle into hibernation

    Putting your vehicle into hibernation

    With the end of the season approaching, most of us will be having our last trip in our caravans and motorhomes. There are a few things that you can do to prepare your vehicle for when you store it away for winter. This includes draining down the water system to prevent any ice damaging and making sure that there is...
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  3. Safety first

    Safety first

    Minimising harm and hazards in your RV should be an important factor to consider. The biggest hazard to safety in motorhomes and caravans is fire. Fires don't happen often in RVs but it's better to be safe than sorry. A few quick tips to minimise hazard are: Cleaning the stove grill and rangehood frequently to prevent a build-up of fats...
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  4. Reversing Cameras

    Reversing Cameras

    Reversing can be a tricky skill to learn. Good thing today we have the option of installing a wee gadget to enhance the accessibility of squeezing into tight spots. Reversing cameras will make everyone envy your backing skills at your next holiday trip. There are a few things that you might want to consider to make sure your camera can...
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  5. Privacy Screens

    Privacy Screens

    Privacy screens are a great addition to your awning. They are lightweight, compact and easy to set up. They can add extra protection from the elements without enclosing your space entirely so you can still enjoy the outdoors. This means you get protection from the sun, wind and rain while still getting that indoor-outdoor flow. They also add extra privacy...
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  6. Inflatable Awnings

    Inflatable Awnings

    Inflatable awnings are growing in popularity and it’s not hard to see why. Inflatable awnings are much faster to put up and take down because there are no steel poles making packaging a lot lighter. With no steel poles in place, the likely damage to your motorhome in a storm conditions is also reduced. It’s also easy enough for one...
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  7. Hex Pegs

    Hex Pegs

    Pegs require effort to hammer in and are even harder to pull out. I’m sure most of you can agree that this is a tedious task and you’d rather spend your time doing something else. This is where Hex Pegs come in. Hex pegs are threaded pegs which you can drill in and out of the ground with any type...
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  8. Help for bad water taste

    Help for bad water taste

    Most water tanks are made out of food grade plastic providing safe storage for water on your caravan or motorhome. Even so, sometimes you may find that your water may have a strange or even bad taste to it. This can be caused by mould of algae build up on the tank, chemical transfer, incorrect hose choice or just high...
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  9. Floor matting

    Floor matting

    Floor matting is an essential when it comes to any caravan or motorhome owner who wants to enjoy the outdoors. When considering floor matting, size is not all that matters. Floor matting provides a comfortable base when relaxing outside and it stops you tracking any dirt into your RV. If you get an effective mat it will also be breathable...
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  10. DC to DC charger

    DC to DC charger

    Originally, motorhome house batteries could be charged directly from the vehicle's primary alternator using a system that connects the house battery to the alternator called a Voltage Sensitive Relay. The problem is that alternators usually only achieve about 50-75 percent charge state. With the introduction of new smart alternators we can now get a charge that is closer to 100...
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