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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Massive Attack

Last month we made the case for a big truck in theory. This month we drive in reality. By Robert Pepper Ever looked at an F250 or Silverado and wondered what it’s like to drive? Wonder...

The Great Caravan Rego Rip-Off

The alarming disparity of registration costs makes absolutely no sense and it could cost you a small fortune. Here’s the breakdown state-by-state. By Phil Lord Transferring a caravan into your name and registering it can be...

Living In The Passed

Overtaking is not an exercise in proving your superiority as a driver, nor is being overtaken a threat to your pride. Last month we showed you what can happen with caravan sway – and...

How to Pick the Right Tow Vehicle

How do you know that the vehicle or van you've chosen matches the other in terms of safe and legal towing? Here's help... by Colin Young, Caravan Council of Australia Choosing the right tow-vehicle for a...

Schooling on the Road

When you travel around Australia with your school-aged children, you have three homeschooling options that depend on your personal circumstances and preferences. No matter which road you take, there is no right or wrong...

Caravan Sway Survival Guide

What causes it, what you can do about it but more importantly how to avoid it in the first place – advice that might just save your life! For images, video and the full RV...

Eye For An Eye: Is Your Leaf-Spring Suspension On The Way Out?

There are few situations more unsettling than watching a three-tonne van performing acrobatics behind a tow vehicle at 100kph. Poor weight distribution is often blamed, but make the problem worse with loose suspension and...

7 Things Macgyver Would Take On The Road

For images, video and the full RV Daily experience, read this story in our online magazine. Back in the ’80s, the only tools Macgyver needed were a paperclip, a roll of duct tape and...

Top 10 Tips On Storing A Caravan

Many vans are stored outside in the weather because there is no way they can fit in a garage or carport. Others are stored in secure yards but still exposed to the elements. The...

5 Facts You’ll Want to Know About Solar

The first silicon solar cell was built in 1954, which gave us the ability to harness the almost limitless energy of the sun. True to our human nature, we have progressed in leaps and...
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