For extended touring adventures, keep things organised with this blog from REDARC. Effective organisation ensures easy access to your everyday essentials and usually ends up providing more space for cooking, sleeping, storage and power.
We spoke to Overland Travellers to hear a bit about their recent trip along the Canning Stock Route that runs from Halls Creek in the Kimberley region of Western Australia to Wiluna in the mid-west region.
Staying off-grid can be super easy with the right equipment. Here at REDARC, we have taken it back to basics to explain our Manager30 and BCDC range, to keep you connected and fully charged up!
If you’re thinking of doing a Lithium battery upgrade, find out what you need to consider before you get started.
As one of our first REDARC team members on the ground in the US, we caught up with Erich to find out a bit about him, so you can get to know one of the people that represents REDARC across the US.
Whether you’re looking to create content while you travel, stay on the road for more than a few weeks at a time or live fully off-grid, having a source of income for most people is critical. We're talking tips for working remotely while on the road.
Is it time for your and the family to do your big lap of Australia? Discover what 12v gear the Blonde Nomads use to keep them on the road 365 days a year.
Have you just bought your first 4x4 and aren't sure where to install
your 12V power setup? We talk 12V install locations and the best one for your vehicle.
For many people vanlife means a sense of freedom, we explain a bit about van solar and how much you really need to stay off grid.
Travelling the Canning Stock Route is not for the inexperienced, especially if you want to come out unscathed. We have put together our ultimate guide to help you get off the Canning Stock Route without a scratch.
Do you want an efficient solar system that enables you to stay off the grid for longer but aren't sure where to start? REDARC are here to explain the basics of setting up solar.
The Great Escape Australasia walk REDARC through how they retrofitted a power system in their vintage caravan to continue their travels around New Zealand