Top 5 RV Accessories for Summer 2020

If you’re a long-time RVer, you might be surprised by what’s considered a necessity now. Back in your day, drinking water hoses, water pressure regulators, and a spare tire might have been considered must-have items for any trip. Those items are still important, but other things have moved to the forefront for anyone living the RV life in 2020. Let’s take a look at the RV accessories you need in today’s day and age.

Pyle Rear View Camera

Even experienced RVers know that backing into a parking spot can be a hassle. Yes, the mirrors on the sides of your vehicle can help, but only so much. Plus, there’s the constant worry that something – or someone – might be in your blind spot. (Especially at those busy RV parks!) This Pyle rear view camera takes the stress and trouble out of backing up your recreational vehicle. You’ll see everything behind your RV on a dashboard screen.


weBoost Drive X RV Cell Booster

Cellular connection is more important than ever before. This is especially the case when you’re boondocking. Some of those remote campgrounds are a bit far from the cellular towers. What if you need to call or text someone? Or they need to get hold of you? And how about streaming movies or music? You don’t have to worry about that when you have the weBoost Drive X RV Cell Booster. It helps put an end to dropped calls and missed text that often happen on the road.


RV Satellite Dishes

Now, we know what you’re thinking, but it’s true. A satellite dish for your RV is definitely a top accessory in 2020. Just because you want to hop into your motorhome or camper and get away, you don’t want to get away from everything. The right RV satellite dish will get all your favorite channels no matter where you park. Solid Signal carries a huge variety of these devices. Your chances of finding the right RV satellite dish are excellent when you search our online inventory. And the best place to get your satellite TV package is from our Signal Connect division.


Winegard Sensar IV RV TV Antenna

Whether you have a satellite dish or not, any RVer can have a TV antenna on their rig. It’s a great thing to have because it lets you watch local TV channels wherever you are. This is important to keep you plugged in to what’s going on in the area, and there’s the entertainment factor. There are plenty of great shows on network TV and you can watch them all for free with a TV antenna. The Winegard Sensar IV is a TV antenna that’s specifically built to mount atop RVs. It can be raises, lowered, and redirected to get TV transmissions from towers up to 55 miles away.


C. Crane Skywave AM/FM/NOAA Weather Radio

When you’re on the road, you don’t always know what you’re driving in to. This makes getting local weather advisories so crucial to RV owners. This C. Crane Skywave AM/FM/NOAA weather radio gets AM and FM stations as well as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shortwave weather radio. It even tunes in to air band radio if listening in on nearby air traffic controllers is your thing. Get one, put it near your dashboard, and stay safe out there.


The Best RV Accessories are at Solid Signal

Every RVer knows that having the right things helps make for an enjoyable RV trip. All of the RV accessories listed above are available from Solid Signal except for the DIRECTV package.  You can get that from our Signal Connect division. We wouldn’t advise you to buy any RV accessories until you feel absolutely sure of the fact that these are the ones you need. So, if you have questions, give us a call at 888-233-7563, or fill out the form below.

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.