For Question of the Week, we ask a few thousand of our closest truck camping friends what they think on a wide range of truck camping topics. Do you have an idea for a great Question of the Week? Contact us to share your idea.
Readers reveal exactly how they stay healthy on the road. Here are their favorite healthy foods and portable exercise habits.
Readers share their must-see museums from the road. Five museums were even recommended more than once.
It turns out truck campers use tents, and they don’t, with a few twists, turns, frogs, and stormy nights along the way.
Readers chime in about their interest in adding major appliances to truck campers. Kegerator anyone?
67 TCM readers reveal their eReader versus real book choice. They also suggest their favorite books to read while traveling.
After years of Question of the Week responses that overfilled our email box, we finally got skunked.
Readers showcase clever collapsing products that turn a little camper space into big storage opportunities.
Readers share how they access their spare tire and if they mount it in a different place.
Readers share how they monitor and maintain the air pressure in their inside dually tires.
Ten TCM readers share their truck camper toy stories. One is perfect for all you stinky boondockers.
TCM readers share how to dry wet and dry baths. If you shower in your camper, there are some can’t-miss ideas here.
Readers share essential pocket tools and unique multi-tools for truck camping.
TCM readers reveal the best binocular brands, magnification, and features for wildlife viewing, hikes, and night sky viewing.
TCM readers reveal their preferred camping tables. They also reveal their favorite beers.
Readers share the pros and cons of running boards on their truck camping trucks. Are they worth it?
See how readers pronounce the word tonneau; Tuh-no, Tah-no, or Tuna. Also, find out how readers cover their trucks.
Fellow truck campers chime in on where they plan to watch the eclipse on August 21, 2017.
Readers share 10 must see BLM destinations; great suggestions, and a few apps and web links to find more.
Readers share volunteer opportunities like repairing park trails, disaster relief, rescuing dogs, building houses, and more.
Readers share things they collect on the road. Evidently we’re out there collecting big rocks, iron ore, and chain saw bears!
100 readers submit 300 destinations worth returning to again and again.
TCM readers recommend over 30 paid excursions that are worth every penny, and then some.
Response to this week’s Arctic Fox Air Time caption contest was unbelievable, and truly laugh out loud funny.
The holidays can also be the perfect time to visit otherwise crowded national parks, state parks, and campgrounds.
Readers share how they make the bed in their campers using sleeping bags, duvet covers, sleeping systems, and quilts.
Adventure seekers share their stories of solo RVing. Next time the road calls you - and only you - why not go...
TCM readers submitted their (mostly) Santa’s Workshop Code compliant Christmas gift wishes. Here’s what TCM readers want under the Christmas tree.
Whether you’re looking for a handheld flashlight, camping lantern, or a headlamp, here are some recommendations from experienced campers.
Over 100 readers reveal exactly what stays in their rigs. Adventure or evacuation, truck campers are always set to go.
After recommending our favorite restaurant discoveries from past camping trips, we asked our readers to recommend a few favorite restaurants.
There can be no doubt that the truck camper industry needs to tread carefully as they push forward with camper technology.
Readers responded sharing over 150 road ready 110-volt appliances. Here are the best 110-volt appliances for truck camping.
Readers repel gas line-chewing porcupines, HVAC eating chipmunks, attack rats, and other creatures. Here is how they keep the critters out!
By using a variety of membership programs and cash-back credit cards, readers rack up fuel cost savings from coast to coast.
After revealing some of our more colorful hiking blunders, surprises, and lessons, TCM readers share what they bring on a hike.
Truck Camper Magazine readers report the top 12 apps for truck camping. The most popular camping apps for 2016 are…
Readers share how they keep their camper safe on the road. Here are some valuable truck camper safety tips.
663 readers completed this week’s poll on keeping jacks up or putting jacks down while camping for the night.
TCM readers with Ram, Chevy, GMC, and Ford trucks have found several solutions to the blocked Sirius XM antenna challenge.
We asked readers the National Park they'd live in forever. Which park do you think is at the top?
Truck Camper Magazine readers reveal their off-road recovery gear. These are required tools you need to get unstuck when you’re off-road.
Readers share the best first aid kits for campers. Medical professionals and readers with extensive first aid training responded.
Poll results share which wheel and tire brands, models, and sizes are popular with truck camper owners.
Get your house prep list out and a pen. There are some very important home prep tips here.
Readers with CBs and Ham Radios talk about the advantages of these technologies.
Exploding mayonnaise, cannon shot orange juice with pulp, oozing beer tragedies, pickled beets bursting, watermelon detonations, and more.
Readers share their stereo system upgrades and music preferences. One reader even brings a movie projector and screen while camping.
Cross ventilation is a way to prevent condensation, but what else can be done? Readers share tried-and-true ways to reduce it.
Over 190 TCM readers expose their bare assessments on outside RV showers. Some swear by outside showers, while others swear at them.
Over 150 readers wrote in with their truck camping cruise control experiences. They talk about speed, driving conditions, interstates, and more.