How to buy an RV fridge

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When on the road, you need to be able to benefit from at least a small part of your home comfort. Since we all know that you can’t go to a store in the middle of nowhere, you need to pack food and other supplies with you while RVing. In order to keep your food and water fresh, you should invest in a good RV fridge.

The refrigerator is one of the most important appliances that you need to have in your RV. Even if it can be a tad overwhelming trying to decide on a specific model, you need to have a general idea types, features, and capacity. Since I’ve already been on this road and I’ve done my share of homework in this area, I can give you some useful tips to make your job easier.


Firstly, you need to understand that RV refrigerators and residential units have different operating systems. RV fridges use a principle based on absorption that requires heat and a combination of hydrogen gas and water. When these chemicals react, they go through various tubes. Thanks to the evaporation and the condensation process made by them, the refrigerator keeps the interior cool. Therefore, there’s no need for mechanical moving parts in order to start the cooling operation.

Thanks to the modern discoveries, refrigerator suitable for RVs are outfitted with an automatic feature that ensures that when there’s no more AC electricity, the unit automatically switches to LP gas usage. If you get one of these units, you can rest assured that your food stays constantly cold without having to manually flip the switch.



In terms of RV fridge types, there are basically two main types to choose from.  There are gas and electric devices. You might find available on the market models that combine the two powering options in order to provide you more functionality while going on a camping holiday. I suggest getting a portable electric fridge as an alternative if your current RV refrigerator breaks down and you don’t have time to replace it with a newer one.

Depending on your budget limitations, you can purchase the model that suits best your personal preferences and needs. Because an RV fridge is an excellent investment, you should be prepared to spend somewhere between 600$ to 1500$, if you want to get a larger unit that can accommodate a large selection of food and supplies. However, make sure you shop around and try to compare prices prior to making your final decision.


As far as the fridge capacity goes, it’s crucial to get the right size and capacity that you and your family need for your future RV camping trips. If the item is too small and you travel with a large group of people, you might end up needing a portable fridge that takes up space. It’s better to think wisely and choose a fridge that is suitable for your RV size.


Music I like to listen to while driving my RV

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My love for camping began ever since I was about five-years-old. My parents used to take me to various national parks to get me acquainted with the amazing places in our country. It was a new experience for me, partly because I got to see a lot of animals and actually experience living in the wild, and also because I was lucky enough to spend some time with my father, who was also too busy with his job.

I managed to raise enough money to get an RV when I was about 28. Whenever I have some time off, I like to take it out and go camping. Sometimes, I don’t even plan my trips because I like a bit of adventure. Other times, I do a bit of research online.



One of the gadgets that have saved my life was a cheap GPS for RV that I got mostly because my buddies were all over me since I had no such navigational device. They told me that I would end up lost one day and that I would spend countless hours trying to find my way back home.

Because I wasn’t willing to spend a fortune on a gadget like this, I decided to go for a bargain. I should have been a bit more patient and get a more expensive one. I love to listen to music when I drive, and the model I won doesn’t allow me to do that. Of course, the audible instructions should be able to come through and let me know where I’m going and what lane I should pick, but still.

My taste in music is a bit odd for my age. I love The Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Eagles, The Beach Boys, Prince, and many other bands and artists that are no longer popular. I’ve always felt close to the music that could speak to me, which is to say that I don’t go for the beats. I also listen to the lyrics as I consider them an important part of every music-listening experience.



Sometimes when I am in a particularly good mood, I listen to Chuck Berry, Little Richard, and the legendary Elvis Presley. These three always manage to lift my spirits even more, so I keep on driving and can do so for hours on end. When I’m a bit nostalgic, I take a healthy dose of Alanis Morissette, Kansas, and Queen. It’s a tragedy that Freddie Mercury left us so soon. I’m convinced he would have created many other music masterpieces.

So, what kind of music do you listen to when you’re driving?