About

It seemed like a good idea at the time…. a daily RV tip. Obviously, I didn’t think it through. Researching and writing a GOOD tip takes more time than I though it would… If I even thought about it. While I did have the time when I started the site, my situaton changed and it became more and more difficult to keep a daily schedule.

The time I spend sitting at my computer is time I can’t spend RVing and it is RVing that fuels the ideas for the RV tips. Because of this I have resolved to balance my time better and not to continue doing a new tip each day.

So, while the domain name will remain the same, I will publish new tips only when I can and only when the tip is one I believe is of real value.

Thanks for your understanding,

Steven Fletcher

6 Responses to "About"

  1. Hi Steven,
    We have your eBook: Best RV Tips from RVTipOfTheDay.com [Kindle Edition]. It’s so helpful and I’d like to thank you for publishing it. Is it available in print? If so, where can we buy it?

  2. Thank you so much for the positive feedback. We really enjoy hearing from RVers who purchased our book. If you haven’t already, please leave a review on the book”s Amazon page. Good reviews are so important to the book’s success. Here’s the link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AZOS3VY A simple review is all we ask.

    A printed version is coming next month… we have a proof copy and it looks awesome. We are really proud of it. The publication day will be announced here so check back.

    Would you like to share your own tips and/or get tips from fellow RVers? We invite you to join our Yahoo group. Here’s the link: http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/RVTips

    Thank you, again, for taking time to write us a note. It made our day.

    Steven

  3. I discovereed wood rot on my trailer.
    What I need to do is to find someone or some trailer place that make repairs on dry rot.
    Is there some place in the Greater Toronto area you can recommend? I am a senior on limited income.
    I have a 19ft. Windsor trailer. I bought it new in 1978.
    Sincerly, Rev. Robert Baker, Brampton, Ontario.

  4. my coment when sealing any thing on exteror of your rv dont use silicone selants use marine life calk or 3M 5200 or 5300 one is permenent you have to read it any screws u remove use life calk on threds before installing every one uses the silicone and every thing leaks most of the time the factory dont use any thing just screw it on lol thats y evey rv has rot all over the place and electrical thoes scotch locks in the wiring in my tail light harnes on my holiday rambler i removed 30 of them buy a soder gun spend some time soder and heat shrink pays off in the long run who ever came up with thoes quick conecter should be shot ive throwen thousands away in my 40 yer mech career have a good one

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