Tech on the Road: Best Gadgets for RV Trips
By: Travels with Ted
The RV Camping Pros
January 20th, 2024
Safety tech includes a tire pressure monitoring system. Using cap sensors, TPMS monitor tire pressure in real-time, so drivers are alerted to issues.
TPMS for RVs
GasStop is an emergency propane shut-off device. This gadget attaches to the tank and is designed to shut off the propane in case of a major leak.
Propane Safety Tech
RV LIFE PRO gives RVers access to the best RV GPS system and a cool online trip planning tool!
Trip Planning Tech
Arvie is a tech platform that monitors real-time cancellations and books sold out campgrounds for you!
Use Tech to Get Sold Out Sites
Power all of your devices with a Starlink satellite internet dish. Get internet anywhere you travel!
Another essential piece of campervan tech is a self-jumper for the RV's or van’s battery.
Bring high quality entertainment to the campground with a portable movie projector that can be used outdoors!
For campers who seek comfort while boondocking, lithium batteries are the ultimate luxury. Battle Born Batteries offer exceptional longevity
With a surge protection rating of 6120 joules, it can protect your RV electronics from even the most severe power surges.
Hughes Power WatchDog
Standard RV locks are easy targets for thieves. Fortunately, RVLock makes an easy-to-install keyless entry system for RVs.
Keyless Entry Lock
In a significant advancement for the EV and RV industries, CAMP365 has introduced the T Model Truck Bed Camper, a game-changing RV!
An EV Truck Camper?
RVers should also use technology, like Gas Buddy to get the best prices on gas or diesel for their RV!
Need to ensure you have coverage on your RV trip? There's an app for that. It's Called Coverage?
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