Today’s topic is RV electrical adapters. Whenever you plug your RV into a power source the best scenario is for the power source to match the RV’s electrical system, but we all know that is not always possible. That’s where electrical adapters plugs and cords come into the picture, let’s check it out CLICK HERE
RV 101 – What are the different types of RVS? – An Overview – Newbie RV Owner Training
RV 101 – A place where a newbie RVer can learn about RVs
RV 101 – What should I know about RVs?
Your RV batteries produce power in Direct Current (DC) that run at low voltages. Power companies and AC generators produce sine wave Alternating Current (AC), which is used to operate 120-volt appliances and electronic equipment. An inverter takes 12-volt DC power from your RV batteries and electronically changes it to 120-volt AC.
Below are some RV terms, information and items new RVers need to be familiar with:
The potable water system in your house is pretty much maintenance free. The potable water system in your RV, on the other hand, requires some maintenance to keep it trouble free. Questions I get quite often is the complaint that there is a stale odor coming from the RV water system.
When you return from a trip and you’re not going to use the RV for a while, you need to drain the entire water system to prevent it from getting stale and musty.
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RV Water Hook-Up:
At the campground you want to get some water running through the RV plumbing system. At home when you want water you open a faucet and its there like magic. When it comes to your RV there are two ways to get water to flow through the taps.
You purchase an RV, and the day finally comes when you take delivery of the RV from the dealership. You are excited, and just want to take the RV home. The dealership gives you a walk-through orientation of the RV, explaining how everything on the RV works. You listen and watch, but it is too much information to process in a short period of time. Now you are home with the RV, and you cannot remember 80-percent of what was covered during the walk-through. One week later, you remember even less:
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To make learning about RVs easier, for both RV newbies and experienced RV owners, we selected individual RV components, systems and topics and produced inexpensive downloadable RV Guides. These official RV 101® Guides provide you with all the information you need to know about a particular RV topic.
For more information, click on the link to the RV 101® Guide you are interested in learning more about below.
Keep checking back in for more official RV 101® RV Guides. If you enjoyed the RV guides, take a look at our more advanced RV video and e-book training at RV Online Training
RV Education 101
RV 101® Travel Trailer Ultimate Video & E-book Bundle
RV 101® 5th Wheel Ultimate Video & E-book Bundle
RV 101® Motorhome Ultimate Video & E-book Bundle
Travel Trailer & 5th Wheel Trailer RV Orientation Video Training Course
Tow Your Travel Trailer Like a Pro Video Training Course
Tow Your 5th Wheel Like a Pro Complete Online Video Training Course
Motorhome RV Orientation Video Training Course
Drive Your Motorhome Like A Pro Complete Online Video Training Course
RV Care & Preventive Maintenance RV DIY® Online Video Training
RV Essential Items Video Training Course
Winterizing and Storing Your RV Video Training Course
Travel Trailer 4 Video Bargain Set Plus Free RV Checklist ebook
5th Wheel 4 Video Bargain Set Plus Free RV Checklist ebook
Motorhome 4 Video Bargain Set Plus Free RV Checklist ebook
A Collection of RV Education 101 E-Books – 9 RV E-BOOK BUNDLE SET
An Introduction to RVs E-book Training Course
Insider’s Guide to Buying an RV E-Book Training Course
Owning & Operating an RV E-Book Training Course
The Original Checklists for RVers E-Book Training Course
RV Campground Basics E-Book Training Course
RV Safety Features, Tips & Tricks E-book Training Course
RV Care & Maintenance E-Book Training Course
Winterizing & Storing Your RV E-Book Training Course
RV Battery Care & Maintenance E-Book Training Course
Trailer Towing Basics E-Book Training Course
In 2011, we restored a vintage 1967 Yellowstone travel trailer from the ground up. This is a short 5 part series recap of the vintage trailer restoration process.
We completed our 5 part RV Interior makeover by installing new furniture, provided by REC PRO. The furniture installation went smoothly, and because our 5th wheel trailer is stationary we did not secure the furniture to the floor, but that is easy to do. We hope you enjoyed our RV interior makeover, and if you have an older RV like ours, we hope this series gave you some ideas on how to update your RV’s interior.
Several years ago, we installed Infinity Luxury Woven Vinyl (LWV) flooring in our motorhome. We liked the product so much that we installed it in our RV patio room at the beach. In part 4 of our RV interior Makeover, we are installing Infinity Luxury Woven Vinyl flooring in the 5th wheel kitchen, living room and slide-out. Thank you to LWV for providing the flooring for this segment.