It’s human nature to want something for nothing. For those of us with a limited income, the need to keep down travelling costs is paramount. Here you’ll find suggestions to help you keep your food bill to a minimum when hitting the road.n
It’s easy to make costly mistakes when you buy a new or used vehicle. Peta Stavelli offers some advice on getting it right.
Swapping your RV’s incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes for LEDs is an obvious step toward easing the load on the batteries — but it also presents a sparkling opportunity to unleash your creative juices and stamp a little exclusivity over the vehicle. Lawrence Schäffler reports.
A re-upholstery project can instantly rejuvenate an RV’s tired interior, but there’s more to it than simply choosing a colour and pattern. Lawrence Schäffler outlines some of the basic issues you need to consider.
If your RV doesn’t already have one, equipping it with a heating system will keep you warm, dry and comfortable during winter travels. The investment won’t flatten your bank balance and for competent DIYers, it’s relatively easy to install.