Do I need an EMS at a New RV Park?

Ingrid Feagin RV Tech Tips

Welcome to another Todd’s Two Minute Tech Tip Tuesday, brought to you by the National RV Training Academy. The largest hand-on RV training academy in America. Do you need to worry about spending the money on an Energy Management System, surge protector, or Watchdog if you’re staying at a brand new RV park? Let’s talk about it.. Even in a …

Making Thanksgiving Dinner in your RV

Ingrid Feagin RV Tech Tips

Welcome to another one of Todd’s Tech Tips! Brought to you by the National RV Training Academy. The largest hands-on RV training academy in America.  TODD “Hey now, it’s day two of our cooking series, let’s go ahead and show you how to prepare that turkey in an RV. Or just cooking with a turkey breast so what I’m going …

4 Essential Components to Charge my RV Batteries with Solar

Ingrid Feagin RV Tech Tips

Welcome to another Todd’s Two Minute Tech Tip Tuesday, brought to you by the National RV Training Academy.  Here are the 4 items you need to hook up your battery to your solar panel:  Solar panels Now, they don’t send the voltage down to your battery. Solar panels are designed to catch a maximum amount of voltage depending on sun …

Use your RV Water Pump when Hooked up to Water?

Ingrid Feagin RV Tech Tips

Welcome to another Todd’s Two Minute Tech Tip Tuesday, brought to you by the National RV Training Academy. The only academy that give you the credentials to become a certified RV technician and/or inspector.  Let’s set the scene:  Do you ever have a problem where you go to an RV park and either have too much pressure or not enough? …

Which RV Battery is best for you? 

Ingrid Feagin RV Tech Tips

Welcome to another Todd’s Two Minute Tech Tip Tuesday, brought to you by the National RV Training Academy. The largest hand-on RV training academy in America.  So you’re considering moving from your standard Lead Acid batteries over to lithium or AGM? Let’s look over a couple of things you need to consider before making that change.  Cost In order to …

30amp VS 50amp Power

Ingrid Feagin RV Tech Tips

Welcome to another Todd’s Two Minute Tech Tip Tuesday, brought to you by the National RV Training Academy. The largest hands-on RV training academy in America. Let’s talk power To set the stage, your wife is in the bathroom blowdrying her hair and you’re in the kitchen brewing coffee. You decide to use the microwave and as soon as you …

How to Prepare Your RV Furnace for Use

Ingrid Feagin RV Tech Tips

Welcome to another Todd’s Two Minute Tech Tip Tuesday, brought to you by the National RV Training Academy. The only academy that gives you the credentials to become a certified tech and/or inspector.  Winter is coming up and there are some things you need to do before you turn on your furnace so let’s set the scene and cover that: …

RV Air Conditioner NRVTA Tech Tip

How to avoid replacing the whole RV Air Conditioner

Tony Flammia RV Tech Tips

When it’s hot outside the last thing you want to break in your RV is one of the most common things to break. That is your RV’s air conditioner. Now, it’s way easier to replace the entire AC unit but if you’re like me, you’re not super excited to shell out full price on a brand new AC unit plus …

Can I run my RV AC all the time

Can I run my RV AC all the time?

Tony Flammia RV Tech Tips

Can I Run my AC continuously in my RV? With summer in full swing, it’s important to stay cool. What is the consideration for running your RV AC full-time? Are you hurting your AC unit? The answer is no…maybe yes. Here are some tips to help you maximize the efficiency of your RV air conditioner. Subscribe to our YouTube channel …

Dump your RV tanks uphill

Codi Johnson RV Tech Tips

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you’ve found the perfect set up spot but you’re too far away or downhill from the sewer connection? Here we have a solution, whether you are boondocking or moochdocking: a macerator.  Some rigs come equipped with a macerator, but many don’t. I do suggest upgrading your RV game by purchasing a …