With the constant evolution of technology in today’s modern vehicles and an increasing number of accessories and options available, setting up a dual battery system can feel more daunting than ever.
Find out how 4WD 24/7's Shaun Whale manages his 12v power when he's overlanding thanks to the power of REDARC.
Looking for a battery management system for overlanding? Read about Clay Croft from Expedition Overland's experience with the REDARC Manager30.
Bigger is better in many cases, especially when it comes to overlanding in North America. Well-engineered and over-spec’d equipment will generally see you through the toughest conditions with plenty of head room and ensure reliability to cope with unexpected extremes.
Marty and Kylie from RVeeThereYet are no novices when it comes to caravanning around Australia - they've been doing it for over 25 years. So what powers them? An SBI of course.
Professional and passionate off-road travelers Adventure Curated review the REDARC Manager30 BMS. Read their review here.
Trailer sway can occur for a number of reasons. Find out how you can avoid it from happening to you.
A team of former British Paratroopers set out on a mission to raise awareness for military veterans, and encourage others to get outside of their comfort zone through outdoor adventure, as they traverse the Pan-American highway.
Let REDARC help you to calculate your 12 requirements and how to effectively manage it when you do so.
Kristin and Jarrett Chapman run the very popular Touring Camper website and recently upgraded their towing setup to include the REDARC Tow-Pro Elite electric trailer brake controller. This is their story.
The honest answer to this question is often, how deep is your wallet or how much do you want to spend? We could spin various combinations but when it comes to batteries, budget is usually the tipping point when choosing your next replacement auxiliary battery.
Towing, at some point in our lives we all have to do it. Whether that is moving house or helping a friend or family move something bulky, we all become mini-removalists at one point or another. Thankfully, most of the time this happens in the suburbs, so you’re familiar with the road rules and driving conditions.