We’re hitting the “big time” with our very first YouTube Channel ad, which will also be our new Channel Trailer. Check it out here!

As our channel has rapidly grown past 25,000 subscribers, we’re still the most-subscribed-to channel about RVing on YouTube. We’re now rapidly approaching 5,000,000 views and things are continuing to accelerate. Thanks to our most loyal viewers for making that possible!

We’ve been working to up our game on production quality this past year, and we have more videos on tap. Stay tuned and thanks again to all of our subscribers at TheRVgeeks.com for being there for (and with!) us.

Best Regards,
Peter & John

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  1. We will be going full time in the next 16 months. I have been waiting for each and everyone of your videos and have been a subscriber for several months now. Thank you so much for doing this, I am sure I will have plenty of questions when we get on the road, but your videos really cleared up a bunch of things for me while I was doing my research about which motorhome to look for and how to maintain it. Your comment on Speedco is helping me in my decision on a diesel, which I was really quite afraid of getting over my head in maintenance with. Thanks for everything you do. Good luck in the future and safe travels, hope we meet up some day.

    1. Welcome Shirlene & Laura! Thank you so much for your wonderful comments. You must be so excited about getting ready to go full-time (we sure were). We checked out your website, Laura, and are amazed at your fantastic manatee photos! How incredible to be so close to them!

    2. Hi Shirlane,
      We also intend to become full time RVs in 15 months and also very busy in checking everything and most important first step in finding the suitable RV for us and our needs. We already have some very important views on some RVs and will be very happy to share the information with you :-)
      Sara and Zvika

  2. I found your site and youtube videos, with much searching on how to convert my 2001 Flatnose BlueBird bus. I LOVE this bus. It is a real truck…….with a top, and is quite capable. Very mechanically sound, and will last me the rest of my life. I don’t travel to live, I go to camp when I can get away. So for now, the bus is a camper, hauling a couple of motorcycles, and a couple of mini-bikes. But I needed something dry, and I needed a bathroom. Because of the comment you made about someone you knew that loved his compost toilet so much, he put it in his brand new motorhome……I had to research them. They are expensive….but that’s whats going in my bus. You guys are great !!

    1. Congratulations on your Bluebird conversion, Mark! We love that you’re going to install a composting toilet. If you haven’t already done so, be sure to check out the wealth of information and videos all about the topic here: http://www.gonewiththewynns.com/all-composting-toilet. Nikki & Jason Wynn are the friends we spoke about with the composting toilet, and they know way more about it than any other 20 people we know! If you have questions, be sure to ask them, as they’re super helpful. And be sure to tell them the Geeks said Hi!

  3. Although you weren’t the first RV YouTube Channel I found, you’ve become my favorite, and one I share with my son when we discuss issues with his trailer

    Thanks for all the great content

    1. Thank you so much for sharing that Bob. We’re working on more videos, some of which will hopefully apply to your son’s trailer. Thanks for your kind comment. You just made our day. :)

  4. Greetings, I’ve been an outdoorsman all my life. Raise on a farm and then moved to the city by my parents. The Rural area was always my favorite. So when in the city and I joined Scouting, the camping was right up my line of happiness. Even if it was sleeping on the ground and in a tent. Latter being married the tent didn’t cut it with the wife, so a travel trailer came about, 14 ft. popup, 23 ft. Jayco, 30 ft. Coachman, and then the 30 ft. Damon with slideout. Then traded for a 33ft. Fleetwood and now a 38 ft. Valencia with Two slideouts. I’m to old to sleep on the ground, and I still love being outdoors during my outings. I thought I new all the tricks thanks to the Good Sam Club.

    That was until I found howtorvgeeks.com , thanks to you the RV smell is gone, Thanks to you I have a clean spotless windshield, I could go on and on. Most of all I do love the mouse trap. Please keep up the good work.

  5. Yay! And, CONGRATULATIONS! I’ve learned bunches from, and have enjoyed your postings for quite a long time. Thank you!

  6. A few months ago I told you about a painter for your peeling clear coat, You were close to abbotsford BC
    Are you guys Canadians or Americans
    I am Canadian and just cant find the same places to boondock here in BC like there is in the states
    Good job

  7. Looks great! You guys cover the topics people need to know! Congratulations, and best wishes for your continued success!

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