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.
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.
Readers share the best fuel additives and whether or not they think they are helpful in their gas and diesel trucks.
TCM readers reveal, after many miles of off-road research, the best portable air compressors they have used in the field.
Here is the real dirt on mud flaps for trucks. TCM readers share their preferred brands of front and rear mud flaps.
Truck camper owners talk about when unload their truck camper during camping trips. Some folks reveal that they never, ever unload.
An amphicamper is a cross between a truck camper and a boat. TCM readers chime in about if a camper-boat would be...
Readers recommend the best handheld vacuum cleaners that they've used in their truck campers. Why pay to haul around all that dirt?
The need and use of portable generators and the storage of portable generators are hot subjects that readers responded to this week.
Readers share where they keep their sneakers, sandals, and boots in their truck campers.
Holy HD television Camperman! The old Batwing needs an upgrade. Here are eight specific recommendations to pull in more HDTV.
Experienced truck campers share their tips on what to see in Alaska and what to do on an Alaska trip.
Readers reveal 100 proven tips and tricks to make winter truck camping warm, comfortable, and fun.
Here are over two dozen photo ideas and photo projects from fellow truck campers.
TCM readers reveal some interesting ideas for free overnight parking with their truck camper.
Well over 100 readers responded with passionate opinions and feedback on camper rental.
This week’s question on transporting firewood quickly turned into something of a campfire controversy.
What’s on your truck camping bucket list? Readers reveal that Alaska is at the top of their lists, along with National Parks.
Here are some bug out vehicle survival tips from fellow TCM readers.
Here are the top 10 factory truck camper options folks would add if they could go back in time.
Here are TCM reader 2015 holiday truck camper wish lists. A few of you questioned whether you’ve been naughty or nice.
The survey responses this week were very strong and show clear directions for Torklift International and their Summit aftermarket multi-function bumper.
We had a short survey on how much water readers take with them. So, do truck campers ride with water?
This week we asked our readers about the camper batteries they have now and the camper batteries they want.
Here are TCM reader recommended CPAP machine brands, models, and off-grid power solutions.
From finding, selling, and repairing equipment to cleaning carpets and furniture, here are 7 ways to make money on the road.
We polled readers about cell phone service they use and and what they think of the quality while camping.
We conducted the world’s first truck camper decor battle with CampLite’s all-new 2016 interiors. Here are the results!
Storage solutions ranged from using homemade dollies, cinder blocks, X-shaped support structures, and saw horses.
We asked our readers about different ways we could improve the seals and essentially waterproof campers. The responses are fascinating.
Many readers responded that they would indeed be interested in workamping. For information on workamping, check out Workamper News.
From fun, to funny, to down right outrageous, TCM readers reveal their truck and camper names. Warning: Major snarf alert.
Readers share their experiences using duct tape to fix their truck camper in the field.
Would you go truck camping with six rescue dogs? How about five Dachshunds? Perhaps you would prefer an eighteen pound cat?
We had one of the most passionate responses ever to this week’s question about campground hook-ups. Do you use full-hook-ups?
Readers respond to our off-grid boondocking question about how long they can be off-grid before they need to replenish their supplies?
TCM readers reveal the most comfortable camping chairs known to truck camping kind. Bring out the comfy chairs!
Readers give cleaning methods from common sense to something that might be compulsive cleaning disorder.
We showed our camper hot dog photo at Wienerlicious in Michigan to a few friends - a caption contest was in order.