If you don't own a tent (or don't want the hassle), this inexpensive piece is your best bet.
Invest in an easy-to-assemble piece like this, or simply suspend a with some rope from the back of your car.
This liquid propane gas grill doesn't take up much space and means you can enjoy delicious meals while you camp. You can also use a if you prefer.
While this is definitely on the more expensive side, it's still cheaper than a hotel or RV.
This SUV tent gives you the perfect place to sleep outside your car, while still being able to easily access your trunk. And truck drivers, don't worry! There's , too.
Check out the campgrounds listed on or any , which you can park on overnight (as long as you're not blocking any vehicles).
Attach this to the outside of your car to charge during the day, and then plug your devices in once you've turned your car off for the night.
Plug this cooler into your cigarette lighter to keep drinks and food chilled all day long.
Ensure your car is cool and breezy (and avoid condensation build-up) with this simple trick. If you don't mind some bugs passing through while you sleep, simply crack your windows.
Whether you're looking for a place to spend the night or simply need to pull over and rest for a bit, the will show you the best nearby spots. You might also find their helpful if you're looking for more places to sleep in your car.
Transform a cereal container into a lightweight, portable trashcan by lining it with a plastic bag.
A few simple modifications will turn your car, van, or truck into your very own mini camper.
Get the tutorial at .
Use the app to find the cheapest gas prices on your route.
Get the app for free at the .
Wash dishes, do some light laundry, or lather your face on-the-go with this compact and handy tub that folds down and stows away.
$27 for 6-pack
Leave the bulky suitcases at home and keep everything in clear, categorized bins, so you can easily find what you’re looking for.