We have read every comment and have made detailed notes on what you like and want changed about Truck Camper Magazine. We have also made a few references to the Frequently Asked Questions and answered a few comments and questions. Thank you for your feedback.
I always enjoy your stories about how people that are full-timing in a truck camper and how they earn a living.
I love the mods and have found a lot of ideas.
Love the monthly mod contests and yearly calendar photo contest. I participate in both!
Always looking for new gear to make camping easier. Also enjoy the mod articles.
I’ve used your maintenance and camper review archives numerous times before buying a camper in 2017. I very much appreciate your publication and the ability to search archives. I love the new camper reviews, too.
Good source for truck camper information.
Great resource. Get great modification and where to visit ideas from folks with experience in truck camping. Love the pictures to inspire us.
Mods and travel articles.
More reviews of smaller light weight campers including midsize truck campers.
We all know what CYA is, but your obsession with staying below manufacturers ratings is over the top. There are millions of trucks on the road which have been modified to successfully carry heavier loads, and they are all doing fine. Get a life. Lighten up a bit and perhaps read some of the comments about you in the various forums on the internet. A lot of campers shake their heads at your unbending attitudes.
Editor’s Note: We are obsessed with the safety of our readership. People read Truck Camper Magazine and spend tens of thousands of hard-earned dollars to assemble road-traveling vehicles based on our information. That’s a responsibility we take very seriously. Let people shake their heads at our unbending attitude towards safety. Safety first. No compromise.
It’s short, sweet, and to the point. It’s weekly.
TCM is fine the way it is.
TCM is a great portal to all that is truck campers, of which I am obsessed. However, I didn’t end up buying a truck camper opting for an Airstream instead. The sole reason was the kayak dilemma. But I continue to use TCM for updates on the industry, education, and selection in hopes we will get the answer to our needs.
The only thing I would change is that there are truck campers out there you don’t talk about, and it may be you don’t approve of their quality, but I can be the judge of that.
Editor’s Note: See FAQ question number 7 – Why doesn’t every truck camper manufacturer, gear company, and dealership participate with Truck Camper Magazine?
Your off-road adventure stories give me lots of ideas of places to go and things to do. Your being a stickler for matching truck and camper weights are important cautionary tales for newbies that would otherwise get sucked into the biggest and most luxurious campers- which I have found almost all the dealers to exaggerate. You do a great job!
Don’t touch a thing. It’s great just like it is!