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RV Roof Boxes

RV Roof Storage

If you think that your RV has more than enough room for your belongings, then try going on a trip with your family. You’ll soon find out that no matter how big your RV is, you could use a little bit more room.

What’s the answer? Should you trade your RV in for a bigger one? You’ll encounter the same problem. Generally speaking, you can benefit from a little more room and you can get it by installing RV roof boxes.

These boxes are designed to be installed in the roof of your RV. You can use this box as extra storage space. You can use it to store your bags or even camping equipment. This way, you can save on precious space so you can travel comfortably with your family.

You don’t have to worry because they’re designed to be strong and sturdy. Just focus on the long and leisurely drive because as long as you choose a good RV roof box, your stuff inside the box will stay protected.

Roof boxes are used for all types of vehicles including cars and SUVs because they do an amazing job at providing more space. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t have one for your RV as well.

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RV Awnings

A trip with the family on an RV won’t be complete without the family hanging out outside the RV while enjoying some drinks and roasting some mallows on the campfire. Of course, you have to make sure that your family is protected from the elements. This is especially true if the sun is out on full force.

This is where an RV awning can help you. This awning can be easily attached on your RV and will provide your family with the shade that you all need. If you make sure that you’re buying one that’s big enough for your family, your family can sit and hang out comfortably while protected from the elements.

An RV trip is usually not one long one. It’s a series of trips with a lot of stopovers in between. This is because you all need to rest and you also need to check out attractions along the way. During these times, you can benefit from a good RV awning so you can relax and just enjoy your vacation even if you’ve stopped over.

The installation should be very easy and using one should be easier. Usually, it’s just a matter of pulling out the awning and securing it in place. This sure beats having to set up a tent!

Wall Mounted Awnings

Wall Mounted RV AwningsThis is the most popular type of awning. As the name suggests, these awnings are attached along the wall of the RV. They can be easily reached so setting one up in your RV should be very easy.

One of the best things about wall mounted awnings is they’re very streamlined. They’re designed to fit in so that they won’t affect the overall look of your RV. People won’t really know that it’s there until you pull it out and provide your family with shade that you all need.

RVs come in different lengths and so do wall mounted awnings. Maximize the length of your RV by buying a wall mounted awning that’s almost the same length of the wall of your RV. This way, you can give your family a lot of room under the awning, and maybe even provide room for the family that you just met who doesn’t have a wall mounted awning on their RV!

Roof Mounted Awnings

Roof Mounted RV AwningsIf you’re looking for more height for your awning, you have to get a roof mounted one for your RV. Instead of the awning running alongside the wall, it will run alongside the roof. Obviously, it will be higher.

Aside from that, they’re not really that different. Roof mounted awnings provide the same thing as wall mounted ones. They provide you and your family shade where you can hang out while you’re on your trip with the RV. It’s just that they’re designed to be higher. If you have a tall RV, you may want to get a roof mounted awning to maximize the height of your RV. After all, you wouldn’t want to put all that height to waste.

Now, setting up the awning manually may be a problem since they’re higher, and this is why it’s a good idea to explore motorized roof mounted awnings. This way, you don’t have to use a ladder just to unroll the awning. Just park the RV, turn on the motorized awning, and secure it in place! Soon enough, your family will be sharing stories and bonding while staying protected from the elements.

Window Awnings

Window RV AwningsOne problem that a lot of RV owners face is the interiors can get pretty hot especially when they’re already parked. This is because the window lets the sunshine in and “bakes” the car’s interiors. You can’t really leave the AC running especially since you’re parked, so you have to make sure that you keep the temperature inside your RV comfortable.

You can draw the curtains, but how about the view? You’ll park at an amazing location with a nice view and it would be a shame if the curtains are drawn in. This is why using window awnings makes better sense. They’re designed to minimize the effects of the sun while not getting in the way. Think of it like the window awnings used in homes. It’s basically the same. You’re just experiencing the benefits in your RV.

There are a lot of designs to choose from so choose one that matches your RV. Also, make sure that you’re buying a sturdy one that can withstand the elements like rain and wind. This way, it can keep protecting your RV from too much sun and it will look good doing it.

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RV Bike Carriers

RV Bike Rack and Carriers

For a lot of families, their idea of the perfect vacation is to drive an RV to a faraway location where they can do a lot of things like hike, camp and bike. Hiking and camping shouldn’t be a problem since you can easily bring your gears with you inside the RV or motorhome. How about your bikes? It’s not really a good idea to travel with them inside the RV because it won’t be safe for your family and for the bikes.

This is why RV bike carriers are developed. With these carriers, you can safely and securely attach your bikes outside the RV. You can easily bring the bikes of the whole family which will make your vacation complete. After all, biking is one of the best family activities while on vacation.

One of the best things provided by these bike carriers is space. Sure, your RV or motorhome has a lot of space inside, but you know that every inch is needed because you’re traveling with a lot of people and their things. Since your bikes will be attached outside the RV, you’re preserving the space inside the vehicle.

If you choose a good bike carrier, loading and unloading the bikes will be very easy and they won’t get in the way.