Gadgets To Help Make Your RV Feel Like Home

Regardless of whether you are on a short vacation or are traveling long-term in your RV, you will no doubt have realized that there are going to be certain things that will make your adventures out on the open road more enjoyable.

Regardless of whether you are on a short vacation or are traveling long-term in your RV, you will no doubt have realized that there are going to be certain things that will make your adventures out on the open road more enjoyable.

 

Let’s face it; we all have all kinds of cool and interesting gadgets in our homes, which we buy in order to facilitate certain tasks or to just make our lives a bit easier. The same thing applies to RVs too. Here are some awesome gadgets you can get for your RV that will make you wonder how you ever done without them!

Solar Panels

 

As you will know, you are going to be using energy from your RV’s battery and engine to power up your electrical devices and gadgets. If you are going to be on vacation in an RV for a long period of time, this will mean that you will have to buy more gas than you thought you would need.

 

An alternative way of powering up your electric gadgets is to harness the power of the sun, and you can do this by using solar panels. There are plenty of solar panel solutions on the market, and it really depends on how much energy you think you will need to save up from the sun as this will determine the cost of your solar panel solution.

Apple iPad Air

 

Even if you are not a gadget lover but you can competently use a computer, you should consider buying yourself an Apple iPad Air. It is a lightweight tablet device that allows you to surf the Internet, check your email and run hundreds of thousands of different apps available from its App Store.

 

It is a useful tool for satellite navigation purposes, as well as finding the locations of the nearest amenities and landmarks to where you are travelling. The Cellular versions also allow you to use a mobile broadband connection, which is great if you aren’t anywhere near a Wi-Fi connection.

Tire Minder

 

The last thing you want to worry about when you’re driving your RV is a blowout in the middle of nowhere! Most of the time, tires will leak slowly due to punctures, so one handy way to make sure that you know how high your tire pressures are pumped up to at all time is to use the Tire Minder!

 

The way it works is simple; you screw a wireless sensor onto your tire’s valve stem, and a handy gadget inside your RV will detect the tire pressures from each sensor, alerting you if they drop below a certain value.

Grill Gauge

 

 

Sometimes it can be hard to find out how much propane is left in your tank, but luckily the Grill Gauge is here to help!

 

All you have to do is attach it to your tank, lift the tank using the handle on top of the gauge, and then look at the reading on the gauge as you’re holding it!

Flat Screen TV

 

One essential gadget you should have in your RV is a flat screen TV! You can hook it up to portable satellite systems and enjoy your favourite TV programs wherever you are!

Websites such as www.TVforMyRV.com sell kits that enable you to easily mount your flat screen TV anywhere inside of your RV.

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