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Must-Have Gadgets, Gizmos And Tech For Your RV Vacation

There is something hugely satisfying about taking a road trip in a big RV. It feels so free and as if it’s a part of an adventure that’s just waiting to happen. The best thing is that you can take your friends a family along wherever you fancy going. You might plan the journey mile by mile and have a clear destination in mind. Or you might just let your wanderlust do the driving, and see where you even up. Of course, your whole vacation can go a lot more smoothly if you have the latest must-have gadgets, gizmos and tech for your RV. Check out this awesome list of what you’ll need for your next road trip:


Mobile WiFi Hotspot
Some RVs already come with this essential tool to keep you connected while you’re on the road. For all those in the back, access to the internet for streaming their favorite TV box sets and movies on a tablet can make the journey even better. Plus it means you can still be contacted by email as you go, unless you’re on vacation to unplug! You could even video call to show all your loved ones at home what they’re missing out on. It’s ideal if you like to blog your journeys, or just keep your social media pages up to date.




Solar Charging Station
Of course, if you’re going to be using your mobile devices and tablets, it’s essential you keep them topped up with charge. If you can’t park up somewhere powered, a solar charger is absolutely essential. There are some really good ones that carry a pretty hefty battery pack with them. Charge while the sun is up and get the benefits of the power all night long. Most cover your 12v devices as well as your smartphones and tablets. You can even power a 300-lumen lightbulb.


Coffee Maker
When you’re the one doing most of the driving chances are you’ll the love the idea of a hot cup of coffee in the RV first thing in the morning. There are several different RV models available. Some can be set-up to automatically come on as you want to wake up. Because they’re built for the RV, they are more compact and less likely to spill or leak as you make turns. This doesn’t mean they’re pricey, though, so shop around for a great deal.




RV GPS System
Not all RVs have a GPS system built in. But some of the better large screen ones can be hooked up to some front and rear cameras for parking too. Of course, the camera guidance isn’t really needed if you’re heading for the better RV parks you might use. Parks like the Galveston RV parks have wider roads that are easier to navigate. Choose a navigating system that includes a fully searchable database of all the parks and places of interest you might choose.


Whether you buy an RV or you’re just hiring one for a long weekend, these gadgets can be ideal for a long road trip. Best of all, they can be portable. This means you can take them from one RV to the next. Enjoy your road trip.

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