As camping season kicks off, most RVers begin formulating a plan for their upcoming travel adventures. When “home is where you park it”, your destinations become infinite! This is one of the main reasons why our full-time RVers are also full-time social influencers. And because they’ve become experts for mobile living, they are able to share with others RVing tips, and fundamental items every RVer should have on the road. Read More about Ladies of the RV Scene Discuss Spring Essentials featuring VIAIR: Part 2 – Rae from Getaway Couple
RV & Trailers
VIAIR has unveiled our new “RVS” product line of portable air compressors, made exclusively for the RV industry. These four new “RVS” tire inflators are “RV-Safe” – specifically designed and tested for the RV market. The RVS line will only be made available for traditional brick and mortar RV dealers, and are the only portable compressors on the market capable of filling up RV tires across all RV classes. Read More about VIAIR Releases NEW “RVS” Line of Tire Inflators, Exclusively for the RV Industry
As spring approaches and warmer weather ensues, avid RVers begin preparing for their next adventures on the road. The flexibility and freedom of having a home on wheels is the reason why some of our top social influencers are full-time RVers! They often post about their experiences of RV living and share essential items every RVer should have on the road. Read More about Ladies of the RV Scene Discuss Spring Essentials featuring VIAIR: Part 1 – Julie from RVLove
VIAIR’s experience at the 66th Annual 2018 California RV show was far from ordinary! The show was hosted at the Los Angeles Fairplex in Pomona, CA, where RVers from around the country explored more than 1,300 RV’s from top RV manufacturers. With expert dealers on hand, attendees can check out each home on wheels, including everything you need for your next adventure. This fun-filled show provides attractions for everyone, including a Ferris wheel and great food for a festival atmosphere. Literally, attendees can drive off the lot with your new RV and take the road head on! Read More about VIAIR features RV-Specific Tire Inflators at the 66th Annual California RV Show
With the end of summer nearing and fall season approaching, this is the time RV enthusiasts start to prepare for the end of their camping season. Shorter days and colder nights require an overhaul of your RV maintenance in order to keep your rig in tiptop condition once spring arrives.
Winterizing your RV can prevent increased repair bills due to relentless winter weather. One of the most important ways to protect your RV is to drain the water system to avoid freezing and ice damage. Avoid split pipes, ruptured tanks or failed pumps by draining your water system with our new VIAIR RV Winterization Kit. With our winterization kit, you’ll be able to use compressed air to remove any remaining water in your RV. Our winterization kit is to be used with our 400P-RV or 450P-RV tire inflators, and creates an easy do-it-yourself winterization process. Read More about Winterize Your RV The Right Way With VIAIR
Since 1998, VIAIR has been Your Vital Air Source for all your pneumatic needs! In celebration of VIAIR turning 20 years old this month, we wanted to give back to all our fans who have supported us to get where we are today. That’s why we launched our first ever VIAIR 20th Anniversary Giveaway to win VIAIR products worth over $2,000 retail value! Read More about VIAIR Celebrates 20 Years of Providing Your Vital Air Source!
Peter and John from RVgeeks have assembled a few essentials for your next outdoor adventure on this guest post. Take a look below to see their recommendations for RV tips and tricks.
This coming spring we’ll celebrate 15 years of full-time RVing. During our time on the road, we have of course learned a lot about RV systems, repairs, maintenance and operation. One of the most common questions we hear is about RV gear.
VIAIR provides some of the most popular RV portable tire inflators on the market. We occasionally get asked if our compressor will actually fill their tires all the way up to 150PSI. The answer to that question is declared with absolute certainly… YES!