If you are in the market for a new or used RV but don’t want to break the bank, check out Lewis RV Center’s RV Specials! These specials are created specifically for you, our customers! If you don’t see anything you like, check back here periodically for more great deals. Take a look at our... Continue Reading →
The first thing you should do is make sure the RV air conditioner is operating properly. Lots of folks don’t know this, but an air conditioner that is working efficiently will condition the air 16 to 22 degrees lower than the ambient temperature. This simply means if it is 90 degrees in the RV, a... Continue Reading →
Stock: 15864 Year: 2015 Model: M-29 Class: CLASS C MOTORHOME Condition: USED Status: AVAILABLE Interior: RUSTIC CHERRY Mileage: 5,637 View more details here!
First, your RV batteries should be fully charged before the RV is put in storage. If your batteries are in good condition and fully charged they can be ’stored’ for up to six months. That said, Batteries in storage should be checked periodically and given a boost charge when they go below 70% charge or... Continue Reading →
The National Park Service announced today Fee-Free Days that the public will be invited to experience all national parks, without entrance fees, on four days in 2018. The four fee-free days for 2018 will be: January 15 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day April 21 – First Day of National Park Week September 22 –... Continue Reading →
This tip comes from Jim Foreman a member of the RVBasics Yahoo Group. I have a 1996 Chevy Lumina Van with a donut spare hidden down under the back end where you never think of it until it’s needed. Mine had been on the ground for perhaps five miles in it’s nearly 20 years of life.... Continue Reading →