Pete Peek, an owner of GMC Motorhomes for over 20 years, is selling both of his 23ft motorhomes. This is the listing for the 1976 23 ft “Birchaven” with an LS1 crate engine and other significant upgrades and fixes. Both of the GMC Motorhomes he has for sale are in the Washington, DC area.Continue reading #FORSALE/MOTORHOME: A 1976 23ft GMC Motorhome for US$45, 000
Many people ask me, “Can you tow in a GMC Motorhome?” or “Are there any alternatives to towing a car, crossover, or Jeep?”. Those are very good questions and something I want to explore today.Continue reading #SERIES/INFO: Can You Tow with a GMC Motorhome? Are There any Alternatives?
The Philippi Battery Monitor BLS is a compact battery monitor for battery systems consisting of a 12/24 V starter battery and one or more 12/24 V house batteries connected in parallel. The 2.4″ TFT touch screen displays the current charging state of the entire battery system at a glance. The built-in brightness sensor automatically dims the screen at night, saving valuable energy.Continue reading #PRODUCT/REVIEW: Monitoring for 12v & 24v RV Battery Banks
A longstanding tradition in the recreational-vehicle manufacturing world is to take an existing heavy or super-duty truck chassis and simply have a coachbuilder add the home on top. The practice continues today: Even the finest and most deluxe land yachts have a truck or bus chassis under their fancy skin and simulated alligator hide interiors.Continue reading #HISTORY/MOTORHOME: Evolution of the 1973-1978 GMC MotorHome
LEVC’s take on a European-style camper van, once represented here by the Volkswagen Westfalia and its descendants, is the VN5 e-Camper. The London Electric Vehicle Company revealed renderings of what such a model could look like after partnering with camping vehicle specialist Wellhouse Leisure, and it’s headed into production at the end of 2021.Continue reading #ELECTRIC/CAMPER: The First Electric Camper Van Is around the Corner
With most of the world’s carmakers planning to go all-EV soon, the world is going to need a lot more lithium. It is needed to make EV batteries and most now comes from Australia and Chile. General Motors think it might have found a way to get more, signing an agreement to extract Lithium from waters beneath the Salton Sea in Southern California.Continue reading #ELECTRIC/TECH: GM Will Suck Lithium From the Salton Sea?
Many people ask me, “What is the best way to tow a GMC Motorhome?”. Thats a very good question in that the coach is so low to the ground. But this question is also relevant for any front-wheel drive campervan or rear-wheel drive RV that is also close to the ground.Continue reading #SERIES/INFO: What’s the Best Way to Tow an RV that is Close to the Ground?
“The Destination RV is the obvious choice for anyone that’s looking to ensure strong cell signal on any cellular-connected device, no matter where ‘home’ is that month“, according to Wilson Electronics’ CEO Bruce Lancaster.Continue reading #PRODUCT/INFO: The Most Powerful RV Cell Signal Booster on the Market
Get the most effective fire suppression chemical for your vehicle application. It’s required by NASCAR and demanded by anyone serious about protecting their coach from fire damage. It takes an instant for a coach or camper to ignite beyond help, and it will burn to the ground so quickly it will scare you—it should. Fire on the road is a very serious thing!Continue reading #SERIES/INFO: RV Fire Suppression and Why it Could Save Your Life
TemPaint and TEMPAPER (matte finish) and Oxidigi (glossy finish) are removable peel-and-stick alternatives to traditional paint that we’ve used in our 1973 GMC Motorhome since 2017. I’ve experimented with different color combinations, as the interior upgrades have progressed over the years, and have settled on the current color scheme for now.Continue reading #PRODUCT/REVIEW: TemPaint, TEMPAPER, and Oxdigi Peel & Stick
So what is “Motorhome Rehab Ranch” and why do you want to be a Ranch Hand?
I figured it was time I provided resources and guidance to you “newbies”. You know, folks who’ve just bought a motorhome or are thinking about buying one. That’s what this series is going to be about.Continue reading #SERIES/INFO: What is the Motorhome Rehab Ranch? Jim Bounds Explains.
In an effort to keep students safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, schools and universities across the nation have closed their doors and turned to distance learning. Unfortunately, this universal implementation of the remote learning model hasn’t been an easy transition for students, parents, or teachers. Uncertainty looms as these institutions are unsure when they will be able to return to a traditional education environment.Continue reading #PRODUCT/INFO: WeBoost’s Insights into Remote Learning & Online Access