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.
Fifteen fellow truck campers confess the reasons why they sold their truck camper, bought a different RV type, and then returned.
Your need to factor in a wide range of important variables when measuring height: truck configurations, camper models, air conditioners, and more.
Over 1,100 TCM readers reveal the relevance of pass-through windows for their next camper purchase. Are pass-through windows still pertinent, or passé?
No camper manufacturer currently offers built-in surge protectors. 89-percent want this feature, and not one manufacturer offers it.
These television poll results point our several critical disconnects between what’s being offered and what customers want.
Readers chime in about whether campers should have factory ambient lighting, and where it should be located. Here are the illuminating results.
While there are still folks who want and use their built-in stereo, many would prefer that stereos be completely eliminated.
Mud, snow, ice, sand, and more impossible off-road situations. Want proof truck campers go where others wouldn’t dare? Dig in.
Fellow campers reveal their favorite paid campgrounds throughout the USA and Canada. Here’s proof that some campgrounds are truly worth paying for.
We polled our readers about how they insured their camper and their preferred insurance companies. Here are the results.
Car accidents. Deer strikes. Wind damage. Theft. Fire. Here are true stories of camper disasters, insurance claims and what happened next.
115 readers share their techniques, products and attitudes for leveling a camper. Suggested tricks go far beyond blocks and bubble levels.