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Blogs

Staying warm while winter camping

Just because the colder months are coming in doesn’t mean you have to sit at home and stop exploring. Winter camping can be just as fun as summer camping if you know what you’re doing. Being prepared for whatever unpredictable winter weather can throw at you is key to camping and keeping warm no matter the climate.

Getting To Know Erich Ross: Regional Sales Manager - East

As one of our first REDARC team members on the ground in the US, you may have seen Erich’s Tacoma out and about across the eastern states. 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.

A Guide To Travelling In The West

From sandy beaches to quiet forests, no matter what type trip you’re after, we have picked out a few spots to check out on your next getaway.

Meal planning for off-grid adventures

Whether it’s a weekend getaway or weeks on the road, doesn’t mean you have to be stuck eating boring sausages. REDARC are talking camp meal planning with Campers Pantry.

Overcoming bad earth connections in trucks

Looking to install an onboard power system with a DC Charger? Make sure you don't get caught out with bad earth connections on your truck.

Unbeatable rigs – Bound for Nowhere

After more than 1,695 days on the road MAK, Owen and their cat Luna are experts at living on the road and off-grid. They’ve had their fair share of rigs and have gotten travelling full time down to an art. We had a chat to MAK and Owen about their current 2019 Toyota Tundra setup.

Powering Off-Grid Travel With Truck U

With so many people looking to get out and explore the country, overlanding and boondocking is becoming increasingly common. It’s easy to see why; secluded campsites in the middle of nowhere, no phone reception, no one else around for miles and it doesn’t cost you anything. If you’re looking to get into boondocking, one of the most common upgrades people do is going from a single battery to a dual battery system.

Talking Vanlife with Scott Adamson

After living in a van full time for over four years, Scott from Comes With A View and The Wanderful knows a thing or two about vanlife. With his new van build in the works, we reached out to find out exactly how Scott goes about planning his new van builds and what modifications he trusts while living off-grid.

Why Good Fuses Are So Important

When charging an auxiliary battery, our BCDC In-Vehicle Chargers deliver charging currents in excess of 25Amps for sustained periods of time. Within this charging circuit, the charger, fuse/holders, and associated connections are going to be stressed and, if not adequately cabled and connected, could lead to an excessive increase in circuit resistance, temperatures and reduced performance.