Since RVs and campers are smaller than the average home, it takes no time for the garbage can to fill up with trash. And then, they have to worry about how or where we’re going to dispose of it. So, we’ve put together some creative ways on how to minimize your trash output and helping to save our planet.
Getting ride of your trash on the road can be a major challenge for campers, RVers, and roadtrippers who travel on the road. RVers who boondock or those who tent camp off the grid also find it difficult finding places to dispose of their trash properly. Garbage can pile up quickly in their motorhome and camper; making for an unpleasant experience. So, there lies the million dollar question. Where can RV travelers and campers ditch their garbage?
Have you noticed that RV manufacturers seem to be missing the mark on simple necessities in their builds? Simple necessary items such as paper towel holders, bathroom towel bars and toilet paper holders in their motorhomes, fifth wheels, and travel trailers are oddly being left out of their build inventory. And where the heck do we put the trash can?
We had to change that. These 10 cool DIY fifth wheel modifications helped to make our RV interior living in tight quarters easier and more functional.