Money is meant to be spent on bike parts, not on campground! After two years of full time vanlife, we still haven’t spent a dime on lodging. Here is how we do it!
The Simarine Pico can monitor multiple battery banks, current of multiple consumers, tanks, temperatures, inclinometer and barometer. It’s an cutting edge product with an impressive smartphone-like, high-quality feel. It’s definitely a sweeeeeet upgrade for your van conversion. Here is everything to know about the Simarine Pico System Monitor!
Installation and review of the Park Tool bike repair stand in our van. Serious riding means serious bike maintenance!
Having a fridge in your van is a no-brainer, but a few questions remain: Chest-style (cooler) or upright (front-loading)? 12V or propane? What size? Grab a (cold) drink and read on!
Couple of engineers build their van for full-time vanlife and take over the insulation debate: check out their recommendations and real-life observations!
March 2019 Vanlife Tales from the Road: Rogers Pass, The Icefields Highway, Jasper, Terrace and Alaska (kind of).
Need help figuring how to register and insure you DIY campervan conversion in British Columbia? Moving to British Columbia? We’ve been there! Here is what we learned in the process.
SensorPush wireless bluetooth sensors allow to remotely monitor the temperature and humidity of multiple zones of your van/rv via your iPhone or Android SmartPhone. Pair the SensorPush sensors with the optional WiFi Gateway to unleash their full potential and access them from anywhere in the world, away from your van/rv! That’s a powerful solution to keep your pet safe, monitor your refrigerator temperature or to be alerted if the interior of your van/rv is about to freeze.
Vanlife and RV life is all about space efficiency! Here is a list of small trash cans along with their dimensions. Hope it helps you find the perfect match!
Our Vanlife tales: SO-CAL, Bellingham, Mt Baker, Squamish, Duffey Lake.