These are How-To Tips for RVers
Things we do, have done or added to our RV to make life on the road easier, safer or just more enjoyable.
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2018 Rand McNally Deluxe Motor Carriers' Road Atlas (Rand Mcnally Motor Carriers' Road Atlas Deluxe Edition)
The Motor Carriers' Atlas is our go-to reference to check our RV routes for low bridges and other restrictions. All truck routes are shown in orange by State. If an 18-wheeler can travel the route then our RV can as well. -Niki & Jack
How we plan our RV trips with Maps, Tips, Resources and good References
Trailer hooked up, pre-flight inspection complete, furry kids and Navigator aboard - time to fire up the monitors and get on down the road! VISIT our webpage for tips & tools for planning your next RV trip.
Best WiFi Antenna for RVers
We did the research and have had two over the years! Making yours and our life on the road easieris is always our goal! As you know, many campgrounds and RV parks advertise "Free WiFi" - and they do have it - but being able to access it is quite another matter. This will fill the gap.
Colorful "reminders" on your RV antenna handle tell you that something must be done before moving your rig. Our 3 are 1. Antenna down, 2. Outside motion lights taken down, 3. Indoor/Outdoor thermometer in. Then the 3 wristbands go on our shift lever until the next stop.
Using your noodle - to protect your head! How many times have you nearly knocked yourself out by hitting your head on the sharp edge of a slide-out while thinking about something else? "Noodles" make an expensive solution to the problem- just cut a slit down the center and pop them on. More "Creature Comforts"and other RVing ideas at snowbirdrvtrails.com.