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Winterising your RV

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Winterising your RV

Author: KEA Team

Date Posted: 20th September 2022

The arrival of cooler weather and shorter days heralds the time of year when many motorhomers consider winterising their motorhome.

 

How To Dispose Of RV Waste Responsibly

How To Dispose Of RV Waste Responsibly

Author: KEA Team

Date Posted: 15th September 2022

Travelling by motorhome is all about freedom, flexibility, and enjoying the beauty of Australia’s unique environment. But with great freedom comes great responsibility! That means taking care to properly dispose of all waste from your motorhome. This includes black water from your toilet, grey water from your sinks and shower, and general rubbish that goes in your bin.

How To Clean And Maintain Your RV Awning

How To Clean And Maintain Your RV Awning

Author: KEA Team

Date Posted: 14th September 2022

For most motorhome and caravan owners, a good RV awning is a must-have accessory. Not only do they provide much-needed shelter and shade, but they also extend your motorhome or caravan’s living space.

How To Handle Your Waste Water

How To Handle Your Waste Water

Author: KEA Team

Date Posted: 26th May 2022

The phrase ‘self-contained’ has always been a buzzword when it comes to RVs and motorhomes. And why wouldn’t it be? The ultimate travelling luxury is the ability to be parked up in nature with all the modern conveniences like running water, a shower, and a toilet.  

Best Ways To Keep Your RV Cosy

Best Ways To Keep Your RV Cosy

Author: KEA Team

Date Posted: 19th May 2022

There is nothing better than being cosy at home, except maybe feeling cosy in your home on wheels. We are seeing more and more people buying campervans with the intention of living in them full time. People are drawn to the possibility of being able to live cheaply while travelling. But, no matter if you’re living in an RV full-time or using it for holidays, it’s important to enjoy the space you’re in. 

How To Use LPG In Your Motorhome

How To Use LPG In Your Motorhome

Author: KEA Team

Date Posted: 13th May 2022

Most modern motorhomes use a combination of mains electricity, battery power, and LPG gas to run all the various appliances on board. Whether you’re planning on setting up your motorhome at a holiday park or heading to an off-grid campsite, motorhome LPG systems are a game-changer.

How To Level Your RV Or Motorhome

How To Level Your RV Or Motorhome

Author: KEA Team

Date Posted: 28th April 2022

Imagine parking up in the beautiful afternoon sun, nestled amongst the trees for a perfect beach-side sunset, only to discover later that evening that the motorhome isn’t level. Items are rolling off the counter, and sleeping feels like an elusive goal as you tuck in for the night. Chances are if you own a motorhome, you have experienced at least one of these nights - but you don’t have to anymore!

How To Operate The Toilet In Your Motorhome

How To Operate The Toilet In Your Motorhome

Author: KEA Team

Date Posted: 23rd April 2022

Travelling in a self-contained vehicle is one of the underrated luxuries of motorhome travel. Having a toilet onboard gives just that little bit of extra comfort while travelling and is one of the main reasons travellers choose a motorhome over other camping styles. Whether it's having a convenient rest stop during a long day of driving or the ability to park up in some of Australia’s remote and untouched natural beauty, being self-contained comes with huge advantages. 

How To Use The Fridge in Your Motorhome

How To Use The Fridge in Your Motorhome

Author: KEA Team

Date Posted: 20th April 2022

A fridge is one of the many luxuries that come with owning a motorhome. Whether it's being able to store fresh, easy to grab meals or reaching for a chilled beverage after a long day of driving, there are so many benefits to having a fridge while travelling Australia.

How To Clean And Care For Your Motorhome

How To Clean And Care For Your Motorhome

Author: KEA Team

Date Posted: 14th April 2022

Owning a self-contained motorhome gives you the ultimate freedom to travel Australia. Travel where you want, how you want, and on your own terms. But as Elenor Roosevelt said, ‘with freedom comes responsibility’. A motorhome requires a little care to keep it in its best condition.