Did you know leaving a charger plugged in your RV has certain risks that you may not even be aware of? Even when your phone or other electronic device is finished charging, the charger and cable may put you, your family and your RV in unsurmountable danger!
Are you heading to the coast for a beach getaway during the warmer months? Then be aware that there may be something lurking in the water that may totally ruin your vacation! The water may be affected by a red tide, a type of harmful algal bloom. Not only does red algae stink to high heaven, but it’s dangerous to swim, fish and even eat the seafood that came from it! Red tide poisoning is something you seriously don’t want to experience and here’s why!
It’s a general observation that almost every big motorhome or truck pulling a big camper is being driven by men while their female travel partner is sitting in the passenger seat. Are traditional roles still holding women back from driving their RV? Or, are women to intimidated with driving or pulling their campers? Regardless of the reasons why women don’t drive their RV, we need to change it up; including the mindset. Here’s a handful of viable reasons why women should know how to drive their RV and share the driving.
A portable air compressor for your RV is one of the most valuable pieces of safety equipment you will need to keep accessible on the road. But are all RV air compressors created the same? And, what features should you look at when selecting a tire inflator for your RV, truck or van tires?
Springtime is an exciting time when wildflowers bloom with massive explosions of color that carpet certain regions of the United States. However, super blooms are now attracting millions of people which causes big concern for the wildflowers. By following these wildflower etiquette tips will help protect and preserve the wildflowers and encourage more bee pollination.
By implementing the RV 3-3-3 rule, you and your fellow RV travelers will be safer, on schedule, and enjoy the journey just as much as the destination. The 3-3-3 rule of RVing is all about staying safe on the road as well as the whole reason of why you’re RVing in the first place.
Are you thinking of going hiking in the desert? If so, you need to take certain precautions before hitting the trail. There are lots of potentially dangerous elements that, if you’re not prepared, will put your life in jeopardy as well as your rescuers. Here’s some lifesaving desert hiking tips that will help make your outdoor experience amazing. But also, to live to tell about it.
What is Reef Safe Sunscreen? If you don’t know, your sunscreen may be killing our oceans; specifically the coral reefs! However, some sun protection manufacturers are now producing what you call reef safe sunscreen? Are these so called UV protection products the real deal or are they just a scam by calling them ‘reef safe’ to make you feel good about buying their so called reef safe sunscreen product?
Campfire safety is one of the most important rules to follow anytime and anywhere you camp. Campfires are amongst the top contributors to woodland and forest fires in the United States. Almost 85% of wildland fires in the United States are caused by humans. And because of it, wildlife is displaced and the natural environment is destroyed. Even nearby homeowners suffer because of just one spark. Continue reading “14 Campfire Safety Tips – Help Prevent Forest Fires!”
Dogs love to go to the beach. They love running free through the sand and splashing in the water. However, there’s array of issues and concerns of how dogs affect the environment and ecosystem. But there’s a plethora of other reasons why dogs are banned from beaches. And some are even deadly! So, before taking your dog to the beach, you need to read this!