Choosing the Right RV Electrical Equipment

Being new to the RV lifestyle, I had a ton of questions. They all started with the hookups when arriving at a location and knowing how to hook into the pedestal. After all, we are connecting our investment into outdoor electrical, fresh water, and wastewater. As we have been told since our childhood, water and…

RV Beginners: Finding the Right RV

Finding the Right RV can make or break not only your travels but your wallet. When looking to the right RV there will be a few concepts to look for before shopping and during the hunt. We will look at a few things to help narrow done the RV shopping for you. Types of RVs…

Choosing the Right Hook-ups for Your RV

Now you just purchased your first RV. The dealer showed you a few of the ins and outs on how to set up when you arrive at your destination. They may have even given you some insight on the electrical, the fresh water, grey water, and the black water. Some reputable deals will include the…

How Does an RV Electrical Converter Work

How Does an RV Electrical Converter Work?

The RV Electrical Converter is an essential part of the RV electrical system. RV converters, like any converter, converters Alternating Current (AC) power into Direct Current (DC) power. A Converter should not be confused with an Inverter, which converts DC power to AC power for boondocking. Basic Electrical Terminology Before getting into how an RV…

understanding rv black water

Understanding RV Black Water

Understanding RV black water is not as difficult as the RV beginner would think. Everyone that has an RV will have some type of “poop story” or had an incident involving the “stinky slinky.” What is Black Water? Black Water is quite simple the water within the holding tank which comes from the toilet. Black…

What is RV Grey Water

What is Grey Water? Grey water is non-potable water which has been used within sinks, tubs, dishwashers and for laundry. This water normal will contain minerals from detergents, dirty, or human fluids other than fecal. The Grey water will usually contain little to no pathogen like black water. This makes it safer to handle and…