These are the archived questions, comments and answers from my previous website

On 2018-06-03 05:14:39.738609 by Justin (mod)
@Elizabeth, just pull each one to see if one is blown. Also, pick up an owners manual on eBay or a Haynes manual at auto parts stores. Cheers.

On 2018-06-03 05:10:32.799723 by Justin (mod)
@westside van/Darryl, just hard insulation. However, the factory installed vent is wood framed around it.

On 2018-06-02 23:40:14.153076 by westside van/Darryl
Hey justin,when you cut a hole in your roof for your woodstove,what did you find between inner,& outer fibreglass???i want to ad another fantastic vent to the westside van,up front above the overhead bed,& would like a heads up before hand on what to expect,or what ill find.wondering if some sort of boxed type frame may be required between inner & outer skin to keep things the way the should be.
On 2018-06-01 16:26:28.534625 by Elizabeth
Hello Justin, I hope you can help me. I have a 1989 Dodge class B wide body van. I’ve been fixing it up, my dash lights just stopped working and when I checked the fuse box but nothing is labeled. I can’t find any info on the internet (maybe I’m not looking in the right place) I’m located in Chilliwack and any help you can pass on would be grateful. Also my power windows stopped working. I’m hoping it’s just a fuse. E-mail address is
On 2018-06-01 08:10:17.022664 by Justin (mod)
@Pooka, just look at my last few videos, I literally just did a video talking about that. Look for the video about my solar power, it just went up a few weeks ago. Cheers. 👍

On 2018-05-31 01:35:21.568747 by Pooka
What batteries are you using? I am Canadian and just wondering the size of your power set up.
On 2018-05-29 12:05:11.468479 by Greg
Love your vids! Just thought I'd send a pic of my van and if you can give a shout out about my youtube channel "vtwinkicker". Van build and travel vids around the U.S. 300 watts solar on the roof and no want for electricity. They supply all I need. Keep on Rockin!
On 2018-05-29 07:07:52.167217 by Justin (mod)
@Randy Lahey, I made a video response to your question. It'll be on YouTube this week. 👍

On 2018-05-28 03:26:58.157500 by Justin (mod)
@Tim, that's so hilarious!! I can't believe they didn't even contact me first, especially since our websites have the same name lol. Laughing pretty hard at this one 😂😂

On 2018-05-28 03:11:00.416114 by Tim
Saw this article and it mentions you but they called you a former pro wrestler. Funny there was a wrestler named Justin Credible.
On 2018-05-28 02:59:25.226188 by Justin (mod)
@Warren, probably wouldn't work on that as it needs to be completely flat for two inches around the windows and they cost about $500 for each window. You're better off just having regular security mesh guards made from any fabricator.

On 2018-05-28 02:56:35.691578 by Warren
Hey where did you get those security screens
I missed your reply my bad sorry as you can see I have a lot of side windows that need to be covered. Thanks for the help

On 2018-05-25 03:56:50.978710 by Justin (mod)
@Rampant Roamer, I totally forgot that Canadian Tire's with sani-dumps even existed until you posted this. I have never seen one in my life but heard they exist way out in the boonies somewhere lol. Certainly none of them anywhere I've ever been had a dump station, so it won't affect my life that's for sure. The gas stations (mostly Husky) that have them have shut a few down, not because of RVers but because food trucks and other commercial businesses dump their grease down them and Husky got fed up with the cost to keep unplugging them, so they've closed them and paved them over. In all honesty, I don't mind doing the weekly drive to another city or RV park to just becomes routine, and a tiny price to pay when saving $2K a month in rent lol

On 2018-05-25 01:59:21.192357 by Rampant Roamer
@Justin, i heard from a reliable source today that Canadian Tire(National) that they are considering closing all their dump stations PERMANENTLY due to misuse of RV 'dumpers'. i drove by the CT in KTown and saw why... imaging dumping your tanks into the 'hole' without using a hose... people truly ARE IDIOTS. i wish i thought about getting some video, but it was REALLY disturbing. :(

On 2018-05-24 20:13:41.694733 by Justin (mod)
@BBCoq, I think I've seen two dumpstations close in 15 years, both because the private company that runs the gas stations was tired of unplugging them from food trucks dumping their grease down them. Has nothing to do with cities or government. In fact I've never heard of any dump station provided by any city. It's just part of normal routine to drive somewhere every week to dump, I don't consider it a hardship. Just routine. Parking laws vary all over, same rules apply to me in my RV as Joe Schmoe in his SUV.

On 2018-05-24 19:22:58.556514 by BBCoq
With several gas stations and municipalities getting rid of free dumpstations for RVs is it getting harder to be an urban van dweller? How about zoning limiting overnight parking?
On 2018-05-24 01:05:57.424331 by Justin (mod)
@anonymous, whaaaatt? First off, how could even be driving a van if you didn't have a mailing address to use? LOL. Second, why would you care what a company or anyone thinks? All they care about is that you show up and work. Hell, most companies would treasure the fact you can "live" nearby and be reliable.

On 2018-05-24 01:00:42.056394 by anonymous
I know you just did a video about having a job and living in a van but my question is if you move to a new city and are looking for work while living in your van wouldn't it be harder to find a job without having a physical address. I wonder if a lot of companies would look down on a person without a fixed address.
On 2018-05-22 17:26:43.889231 by Justin (mod)
@David Lutz, thanks buddy, and I think it would depend on HOW severe the climate is. For example, I find it cozy and awesome to be in my little chalet on wheels when on the ski hills, snowing outside and toasty inside. I know people live in them in harsh climates back east, but it's a whole different ball game for sure. Probably no creature comforts like running water, but many countries people have to spend hours walking just to get water to survive. Perspective.

On 2018-05-22 17:05:23.153488 by Justin (mod)
@Anonymous, those laws exist all over the place, without them you'd have oversize buses and commercials vehicles taking up the parking and pissing everyone off. The laws directed at RVs are a direct result of bad RVers who abuse parking and stay for days at a time. Spanish Banks, and all beaches and parks, are closed at 10pm, not just to RVs but to EVERYONE. Can you imagine how fast it would turn into a campground if it wasn't? You know as well as I do there would be dozens of idiots squatting there every single night.

On 2018-05-22 16:24:30.242986 by Anonymous
About your video, Is "the man" against van life? How do you explain the fact that many municipalities have parking restrictions for "oversize" vehicles (length and/or height) which seems directed at RV's and don't forget about the hours that someone may or may not park in a parking lot. Why is there no overnight parking at Spanish Banks? What would the harm be if you parked overnight?
On 2018-05-22 13:38:13.327603 by David Lutz
First, love your videos and I am a proud patron and been watching your Vanlife adventures for years. I live in Northern NJ within sight of New York City. I have been seriously thinking about living the van life for a long time. My big issue is with the temperature in the van.
Because the summers get so hot and the winters so incredibly cold I am wondering if I would spend all of my time just trying to keep the van at a comfortable temperature.
It seems like for half of each year I would have to concentrate a lot of effort on either keeping it cool enough to breathe in the summer or warm enough to not freeze in the winter.
Wondering if you would still be in the vanlife if you were in this type of situation.
Your topics lately have been amazing. Thanks for making such a cool part of your life available for all of us to watch.

David Lutz
On 2018-05-22 05:50:16.515679 by Justin (mod)
@Daniel, never heard of either of those so I just googled them. Not my cup of tea. Plus, those are technically Class C, not B. Class C is legally anything that is built on a front cab. Class B is a full van, not a cab chassis. I like North American trucks and V8 engines, always been a bit of a gear head. Plus I simply prefer the style and size of domestic vans. KORITFW

On 2018-05-22 05:44:24.436795 by Daniel
Simple question,
Would you ever consider buying a JDM class B like a Toyota Camroad or Nissan Atlas etc? Quirky, but I would assume a major pain in the love to fix!
On 2018-05-22 05:36:45.321532 by Justin (mod)
@Barry Mkokiner, the only time I've ever seen height ticketed is if it's over 6.4m long. The length bylaw specifically states maximum 21' but only if you're over 7' tall. This means limousines and long pickup trucks are allowed.

On 2018-05-22 05:35:04.914292 by Justin (mod)
@Randy Lahey, not really possible, can't park anywhere, can't back into stalls at beach, malls, etc, and even the smallest car and smallest trailer together are longer than city parking length laws. 6.4 metres/21' max.
On 2018-05-22 05:31:35.832659 by Justin (mod)
@Adriana, they're stored inside, and that's a nice home you got!

On 2018-05-22 04:32:05.561172 by Randy Lahey
What would you say about trailers for city dwelling? How big is too big? I think this could be a nice video topic.
On 2018-05-21 17:16:08.592245 by Adriana
P.S. My new rig! :D

On 2018-05-21 17:14:41.492444 by Adriana
Hi there! I love your ski videos. Do you own your own ski equipment or do you rent? If you own, where do you store the gear? Thanks! -Adriana
On 2018-05-21 05:50:22.131627 by jodi7164
why no power door locks or windows?

Thanks Jodi
On 2018-05-20 17:39:29.370040 by Anonymous
I do the same. Very easy to find parking during the day instead of wonderingif your gonnaget that knock
On 2018-05-20 17:18:56.625154 by Barry Mkokiner
I understand there’s a length restriction of 20 feet or so for parking on Vancouver streets. What about a height restriction? I heard vehicles parked on the street can’t be no more than 7 feet tall, but that might just be a rumor. Which areas of the city do you park, and on what streets?
On 2018-05-20 16:32:54.132996 by Anonymous
Hey justin i am a huge fan and a full time rv'er in n.y i live on the suburbs near nyc in my class b. Sense i work overnights i find it very very easy to be able to find parking to get sleep during the day. It's hard to find overnight parking in ny in my location. I was wondering have you ever worked overnights to make it easier to find parking during the day? Even though I know its easy as 123 for you to find parking overnights. Do you recommend what i do for areas that hard to find overnight parking for your viewers?
On 2018-05-20 04:26:30.488459 by Darryl
Re:westside van,one on craiglist vanc. ,6500$??'ish,factory custom for owner,trashy on the factory inard set up though....Only one ive evr seen other than mine.My pic Pic below is after ive removed westside van stickers!!
On 2018-05-20 02:39:38.389703 by Justin (mod)
@kirston.tozer, sweet! All camperized inside?

On 2018-05-20 02:38:41.574069 by Justin (mod)
@Darryl, parked next to one yesterday, Westside van was basically an Islander reseller. Some of them even say "Westside van" on the side and "Islander RV" on the running boards haha. Nice rig!

On 2018-05-20 02:27:46.061121 by kirston.tozer
Just leaving you a photo of my van my man! What do you think of her (Skylar) her name! Love your videos.

On 2018-05-20 02:23:58.531161 by Darryl
He justin enjoy you videos.My van look sorta familiar?Similar to a islander,nicer setup.Westside Van mfg poco bc.87 dodge f/s 3p wet bath/shower,stove oven,left it all orig.,but added a sharp 1/2 pint 600watt micro....1 owner 145,00kms
On 2018-05-19 19:40:59.541596 by Kat
What would you do if you got into an accident with your van and it was totaled? What are your plans? Do you know what shop to tow it too? Where are you going to sleep now for a few days? What is your emergency plan?
On 2018-05-19 18:33:59.247192 by Garvin Timmann
Justin, Can you do a video on the money saved and saving process. I think it would be very interesting, i know its a sensitive subject to some, but being quite honest on this is really interesting. I keep a spreadsheet which informs me for example:

"Motorhome Total Cost →" £25,824
"Days in Motorhome→" 963
Rent Saved → £33,705
"Days Before Motor-home Was Owned →" 738

Motor-homing is a bit of sacrifice (to me at least), but the financial reward really changed my perspective on life, also the freedom.
On 2018-05-19 14:37:17.003364 by KB
Justin, I'm just getting started converting my 2016 MB Sprinter 19ft dually high top. I only did reflectix for wall insulation - works just fine, no propane, will install Inergy Kodiac and portable solar panel, may install fantastic fan and diesel heater, everything strapped or bungie corded in for easy removal and conversion back to cargo van, has hot water from Rinse Kit, shower curtain with storage tub base, Road Pro lunch box oven, Coleman 40qt thermo cooler, check out my upper cabinets which are just 2 large pieces of travel luggage, MB seat backs recline to 180 degrees, so I wont be installing swivel, I just sit on seat back or will put a stadium seat on it if I need back rest. Was only able to attach one photo of front portion. I say Just keep it simple.
On 2018-05-19 13:27:06.661650 by MARTA
Hi Justin,
first thanks for your videos, funny and helpful. I love the cubic stove and wee are thinking of installing one in our sprinter cargo van. My husband and I, also live in Canada and we are planning to move to the West Coast. I bet the stove change the deal completely.
Do you have any troubles with the police for the wood stove? What is the legality of it here in Canada?
How did you get away with your insurance company?
I haven't found any info online about these.
On 2018-05-19 07:52:05.858233 by Kevin J Falco
Hey it's me again I got the 100 Walt solar system at habor from you think that is good enough thank you for all that you do

On 2018-05-19 06:12:50.634450 by Evan
My baby is my truck I've liked the van idea for a minute now, but if I was to get into it I would do a truck camper. What are your opinions on living truck campers full time. I'm at a situation were I will have to either get a new apartment before the end of the month or take the jump into the truck camper world.
On 2018-05-19 05:49:27.386411 by Justin (mod)
@Warren, freakin' sweet homemade RV bud! Love it!

On 2018-05-19 05:05:37.124790 by Warren
I’m building my short bus and I enjoy your videos great work
On 2018-05-19 00:52:39.030214 by Justin (mod)
@No1brightonian, it's been illegal in most cities for many decades already lol

On 2018-05-19 00:51:35.924906 by Justin (mod)
that's what those are for, interior lights from Dodge. Since ours are RV conversions they obviously don't have those lights. However, my old Xplorer did use the side door switch for floor lighting. I replaced them with LEDs along with everything else anyway so it made no difference if I left the door open and on 24/7.

On 2018-05-18 23:48:03.275993 by Ken
Hi Justin, I watch your videos as the come in and look forward to your next everytime. I think you tell it like it is and that is refreshing to me. Thanks so much for what you do. I have a 2000 Dodge Pleasure-Way Van and have a question about all the doors on it. They all seem to have these little plunger switches that don't seem to do anything. These would normally turn and off a internal dome light or something. I see you in your videos out sitting with you back and side doors open all the time. Do these switches drain any power from your start battery? What is there function?
Thank you Ken
On 2018-05-18 23:18:21.536622 by No1brightonian
Hi Justin, How long do you think it will be before the authorities come down on van dwellers and try to make it illegal to live in vans or any type of vehicle? Nice van by the way!
On 2018-05-18 22:41:51.168726 by Jason Henza
I'm the nutball that debates you about cryptocurrency on Facebook every now and then. Here's photos of my rig, on a blockchain blog site. I hope you enjoy.
On 2018-05-17 22:00:43.039721 by Cory Trevorson
Are you ever gonna get another pet?
On 2018-05-17 17:59:30.213557 by Tammy
Hi Justin! Love your videos!
Question: What gas additive (if any) do you recommend for older Dodge vans?
My generator is running kind of wompy, and I'd like to see if I can help THAT out!
On 2018-05-17 03:30:29.262650 by Justin (mod)
@Kris Perdue, soon. Hot women love boomsticks.

On 2018-05-17 03:04:15.365646 by David McDowell
Dear Mr. Credible (lol)

I was wondering, in your current Islander rig you have a couch/bed set up that I am guessing you switch between when need arises... in your Explorer you had set up the back as a fixed bed. Do you miss that at all? Or is the bed set up in the Islander a non issue? Thanks for your videos, your time and hard work!

On 2018-05-15 21:56:57.128653 by Kris Perdue
Really important question. When are you gonna have more hot chicks shooting high power weaponry?
On 2018-05-15 17:52:59.579124 by Niclas
Hi Justin,
What's your opinion on class B European vans? Also, there are some (not many) layouts available, but the most common layout inside a European class B is the one that you can find in the hymer aktiv for example. Is this a layout you like or does your Islander have the optimal layout for your taste? KORITFW!
On 2018-05-15 04:14:58.431208 by Justin (mod)
@David Norris, haha well, what you see on my YouTube channel is 1/20th of my life, a lot more women are in the van than you'll ever see. I don't play favourites. I love people, everyone in my life is awesome. In fact, one is over right now but you won't see her on YouTube. You can see her on my Instagram and Facebook pages though lol.

On 2018-05-15 03:57:31.157481 by David Norris
Hi Justin, just a quick question, first all your channels your videos are number one thank you for putting them up and sharing your world,-now for my question? Out of all the females you have ran into that has a RV which one is your favorite,, my favorite is Jessica, she has a sweet voice, then it will be Emily, but which one is your favorite?
On 2018-05-14 02:32:37.180812 by Rampant Roamer
@Mira, i am very new to RVlife; been full timing since January 01 of this year! i can say that full timing in winter is possible down to -20c(where i live). you just have to make sure that all your tanks are COMPLETELY enclosed and insulated. you MUST have a 4 season rated RV. if ANY of you plumbing is open below you won't be able to have any running water during the winter months. i now us a Dickinson marine heater for internal heat inside my rv. i set my rv furnace to around 10c so if i'm away from my rv for any length of time, ie: work, my pipes will not freeze. the rv is cold at 10c, but the pipes are usually ok. i was actually planning on doing a video on this subject. i am on Instagram currently and will have a yt channel setup sometime this summer. any more winterizing questions, feel free to email me@ take care.

On 2018-05-14 02:02:57.068708 by Phil
Thank for the reply. So if I was to add a fan in the bathroom the wires would to be exposed above or below the the top.

On 2018-05-14 02:02:28.771172 by Justin (mod)
@Mira, there are plenty of couples in vans much smaller than mine who would think mine is too big haha. I've had live-in gfs many times. Camera, I have many but just grab the little GoPro or cellphone when skiing. As for your winter question, was that meant for me, or Kevin Brown? I've done many videos on that question as I can't answer it.... because I live in Vancouver and we play tennis at outdoor parks during Christmas so I don't have any experience with cold temperatures to worry about. We go below freezing maybe just a few days per year at most, and just a little bit.

On 2018-05-14 01:56:25.424499 by Justin (mod)
@Phil, the xplorer I owned had solid layers of wood and hard foam insulation. Would be virtually impossible to run wires through it. Same with my Islander. Which is a good thing, trust me, that's why these types of RVs are so solid. 👍

On 2018-05-14 01:45:12.304116 by Phil
I was at your at your van gathering last summer and I should have asked you than but forgot. We had the 1990 xplorer. I want to add a fan to the bathroom but I am unsure what is in between the fiberglass layers on the roof. If I drill a hole in the bathroom for a fan will I be able to run wires between the fiberglass layer. Any advice on this type of mod I would appreciate.
On 2018-05-14 00:32:13.593099 by Mira
@Kevin Brown, how do you manage in the winter. I'm in Winterpeg. Just bought a van but don't think winter is viable. Also, What do you do when there are snow clearing parking band?

On 2018-05-14 00:25:38.042628 by Mira
So cool you can video while skiing! I am curious. What equipment (camara, camara rig, microphone) are you using?

I believe the amount of living space a person feels they need is, of course personal preference. But from your point of view, if you were in a long term relationship, do you think the Islander's space could work for two? (assumption being your partner is also fine with van dwelling.)

On 2018-05-13 23:01:56.772137 by Paul Rushing
I forgot to add my name to the previous comment about the Ford E150. My name is Paul and I am from Texas.
On 2018-05-13 22:40:42.401514 by Anonymous
Hello, I have been watching your channel for years. I think you rock. I really appreciate all the great information that you provide. I have been considering the van life for years. I have a close friend that loves to travel. He made a good living traveling. When he retired back in 1999, he decide to keep traveling. He got rid of everything and bought a van and has been on the road ever since. He turns 80 this year and has decided to buy a new van and keep on trucking. He is going to sale me his old van which is in great shape and has low mileage. It is a 1999 E150 with the 5.4 v-8 and a towing package. And like you prefer, it has no power windows or locks. BTW age is just a number. My friend is 80 but walks 4-5 miles a day and he is in better shape than most people half his age. He has been very meticulous with the maintenance. IT only has 96k miles and is it near perfect condition. I own a huge 3100 sq ft house that I inherited. I will be honest, there are many rooms in this house that I do not go in for months. Plus this house is in very bad condition and it depresses me because it reminds me of all my family who have passed away. I plan on selling the house and hitting the road early next year. My friend is planning on taking me on a tour of the USA when I hit the road. What is your opinion of my idea? Thank you once again for everything that you do. You rock !!!
On 2018-05-13 20:53:56.983799 by billy burns
you live in an rv cus its loveing rad hope to one day get myself an rv koritfw
On 2018-05-13 20:48:32.316346 by AsphaltGypsy
Hi Justin! I recently bought a 2000 Dodge LT with just over 70K miles on it. I took my sweet time getting home from Boise, ID to Fort Worth, TX. I headed straight down to AZ, and then turned east. I found that the crosswinds and semis blasting past me caused me to have to grip my steering wheel extra tightly to hold her on the road. Do you think that putting the wheel spacers on the rear wheels will make for easier handling, you have any other suggestions? I usually got so frustrated that I'd pull off the beaten path and enjoy life for a few days before getting back on the road! haha! It made for an extra long trip, but I may not always have that luxury! I'd really appreciate your input! Thanks!! KORITFW!
On 2018-05-13 16:42:58.841710 by EDERY
Hi man,

What are the first 3 things you are looking at when u want to buy an RV ?
On 2018-05-13 08:50:14.304269 by Justin (mod)
@Trevor Lahey, it's a class B. Anything that is just a front cab cut off behind the front doors and sent to the RV maker as an empty cab chassis is a Class C. Anything that starts as a full van is a Class B. The aftermarket body design makes no difference, one is a full van, the other is only the van front cab. There are plenty of Class B's with giant overhead beds, and there are also lots of Class C's with no overhead bed at all. Cheers. I did a whole video on that already, here it is:
On 2018-05-13 08:43:21.860671 by Trevor Lahey
Is your van a class b or a class c, because it's the size of a class b but it's kinda built like a class c because of the cabover and the way it's wider
On 2018-05-11 21:39:36.772418 by Kevin Brown
I'm fifty one and I live in a van in Ontario where the winter temperatures can drop to minus thirty; and I still like living in a van. Every day is an adventure now.

On 2018-05-10 15:02:34.952431 by Brandon
Sorry looking more like a Mobile home rather than a custom vehicle*
On 2018-05-10 15:01:20.072550 by Brandon
Hi Justin I just got a 86 toyota micro motorhome class c my question to you is even though its same size as ur class B in length do you think it would get more bad attention due to it looking less like a Mobile home rather than a custom vehicle
On 2018-05-09 14:44:35.538132 by Laurie
Hi Justin im a 56 year old gal living in Palm Springs Ca. Been watching you on YouTube this past year, this life style really appeals to me.Love your van and all your upgrades as well as your past vans , you rock! I guess my question is ,am I too old too start this lifestyle ?wish I had thought about it sooner,but, watching your videos and some others has me motivated. I want to travel and see some things I have some roots up your way , have family in Agassiz BC and it be great to travel up north as well in a nice camper van. Anyway hope I haven’t bored you , KORITFW!
On 2018-05-09 03:08:03.316989 by Marcus
Hey. Justin whats crackin' quick question have you ever met any famous rapper from the US that visit Canada, like Ice Cube, Cypress Hill Dub-C, DJ Quik, Too Short, E-40, NWA, Wu-Tang, etc
On 2018-05-08 19:59:07.758687 by Justin (mod)
@John, millions of people have mailing addresses that they don't actually live at, friends, family, post boxes etc. As for the hospital question, I don't see how that's anything special about owning an RV. There are also millions of people in cities everywhere who park their cars on the streets, if they get sick what do they do? Probably move it somewhere or store it.

On 2018-05-08 19:44:14.418893 by John
What would you do if you were suddenly taken ill and had to spend time in hospital ie leaving your RV on a street somewhere. In the UK you can't get insurance on a RV unless you have a fixed address meaning you have to rely on somebody else
On 2018-05-07 21:08:56.499850 by Justin (mod)
@Aaron, I rotate about a dozen different spots, depending on what I'm doing for the day, whether I'm at work, visiting friends, etc.

On 2018-05-07 20:49:50.734220 by Aaron
Since you work and live in Vancouver, how many different spots do you park at night to sleep? Do you rotate spots or do you have that go to place to hunker down for the night? Hope I explained my question correctly, thanks.
On 2018-05-07 01:12:04.302060 by Rampant Roamer
@Justin, Yep. some crackhead tried to break in using a screwdriver. I'm REALLY PISSED! anyways, other than the lock nothing else was damaged or stolen. i am very thankful that the idiot didn't use a crowbar on my basement storage doors! CCTV system with DVR ordered! they should be here next week. now all i have to do is figure out how to run the wires inside the walls without damaging anything. i really like the look of my interior walls, and i would regret screwing anything up.

On 2018-05-06 19:17:36.024614 by Justin (mod)
@Dill Rogerz, I don't think it's smart for me or anyone to discuss if we have special storage for our guns and/or if we even have our guns with us in our RVs at all. They could be stored in a friends safe most of the time, for example. But there's just some things the internet should not know. ✌
On 2018-05-06 19:11:43.706046 by Mark Bassett
Justin- I know you are a city man, but I do believe you can comment on recreating on Vancouver Island or other places outside of the city. Can you comment on camping and hiking opportunities?
On 2018-05-06 18:40:51.680514 by Justin (mod)
@Gipsydean, most Walmarts anywhere near the cities don't own the lots and therefore never allowed parking, because they're part of malls and such. Staying at a Walmart is a "out in the country" thing, and I'd say about 50% of them allow it, usually for 24 hours maximum. Plenty of other big box stores that also allow it, within reason. However, last place I'd want to stay is in a parking lot lol

On 2018-05-06 18:32:04.873905 by Justin (mod)
@Chris Arnold, oh I just search eBay and Amazon for any and all LED's. Doesn't matter where you get it really, LED lighting is usually always 12 volt so just buy what floats your boat. I did a video a few weeks back talking about repurposed items... including the lights. "Van customizing" is in the title
On 2018-05-06 18:29:36.181240 by Justin (mod)
@Rampant Roamer, yeah I should just make the last day of every month a Q&A for those two or three questions 😜

On 2018-05-06 18:28:24.465104 by Justin (mod)
@Rampant Roamer, what you mean keyed? Someone tried to break in? That can happen to anyone, anytime, with any vehicle (or house). I did a video a couple weeks ago on security deterrence, nothing is guaranteed but there's some things you can do to discourage thieves and crackheads.
On 2018-05-05 16:54:18.520989 by Rampant Roamer
so i had the locks on my camper door keyed last night. any thoughts on better security Justin?
On 2018-05-05 16:50:16.965606 by Rampant Roamer
i am amazed that people continue to ask what you do for a living. absolutely stunning. oh, and how do you get your mail,, and do your laundry? LMAO! time for a Q&A video Justin! LOL
On 2018-05-04 19:57:02.443693 by Chris Arnold
First let me start off by I love your channel I love all your videos you're freaking awesome I'm wish to goodness that I could find a campervan like yours or similar to yours I have a van a regular van can't stand up in it but I've started converting it into a camper I mean my dog and I live in it for now I don't have a lot no solar yet anyways my question is where did you get your LED lighting did you get it from Amazon or do you have a link for it somewhere on one of your videos if you could just let me know sometime soon that would be great I'm looking for some low watt LED lighting for my van again thank you so much I love what you do I wish I could support you but I honestly cannot afford it as I do not have a job and I live in my fan alone with my dog in Seattle area
On 2018-05-03 08:22:36.420030 by Justin (mod)
@Phil the Stalker, stay tuned. I made you a video response but the memory card corrupted and I have to redo it. KORITFW buddy

On 2018-05-03 08:21:51.503902 by Justin (mod)
@Candy Sparks, I use both RV toilet paper and deodorizers. 🤘

On 2018-05-03 08:21:05.916556 by Justin (mod)
@Tom, I made a video response, the memory card corrupted so I will do it again within a few days.

On 2018-05-03 08:20:12.216318 by Justin (mod)
@Rob, from Gun Owners of Canada website 👍

On 2018-05-03 05:24:23.466954 by Gipsydean
Are the Walmarts in and around Vancouver being shut down to overnight parking like they are one by one here in the states thanks to the assholes that abuse the privlage of parking and start living in them?
On 2018-05-03 02:54:20.703164 by Justin (mod)
@Julie, nothing like that here, afaik

On 2018-05-03 02:40:25.245894 by Julie
Vancouver British Columbia. Do you know of anyone to contact about safe parking programs for low/no income persons experiencing homelessness
On 2018-05-02 23:19:50.516714 by Phil the Stalker
And it says, "Ask another question." Okay!
This blog and Youtube are all about you.
But my question is, what have your friends been up to?
I'll check my email for your answer!
On 2018-05-02 23:11:00.692444 by Phil the Stalker
It says, "Ask another question." Okay!
3) What do you enjoy giving people?
2) What do you like daydreaming about?
1) Do you ever think about renaming colors?
On 2018-05-02 23:06:11.869327 by Phil the Stalker
I forgot what I wanted to ask. So I'll just say, I think it's justinincredible you've set this up just to let people ask you any question they want. Phil the Stalker, USA
Well, okay, just one or two questions. 1) Will I ever get married? 2) Will I have children? How many?
Thank you! :))
On 2018-05-02 21:20:12.882626 by Rob
Where did you get the sticker on the pillar by the windshield and drivers door "gun owners of Canada" I want one
On 2018-05-02 16:56:48.912693 by Tom
Hi Justin!

Awesome show. I learned quite a bit from you before I actually started living full time in my van. It has been about 8 months. Recently I noticed your post about banning assault vans. I, sadly am an owner of a high capacity roof rack, military bumper van. I promise to only run over paper targets in a responsible manner.

I have a stealth van (maybe), but I don't get hassled by the cops. In your videos you state that it is odd/different to be stealthy. I agree and admit that a person can't really hide it. I have a maxxfan and 400watts of solar on the roof. I think it is pretty obvious, but others have stated it isn't. My question is, do you think the reason we don't get hassled has more to do with following the law and being respectful? Everybody that seems to be hassled has always come across as entitled to me.

I find it odd that it was one of my biggest hangups when i started this experiment, and it has been such a non issue. I've only had the knock one time, but I was too tired to answer the door and they went away without trying too hard.
On 2018-05-02 15:21:22.445828 by Candy Sparks
Good Afternoon Justin,

Do you use any of the RV deodorizers from your toilet? Also do you use the RV specified toilet paper?

a.k.a Little Luna and Candy
On 2018-05-02 07:20:00.464078 by Kevin
Hi Justin
I'm working on my dad's old van 1976 gmc Chevy g15 and want to put solar on it what do you think would be good to start with
On 2018-05-01 23:18:23.461406 by Dill Rogerz
Hey Justin,

Do you have an extra storage space for guns & ammo? I'm a proud gun owner over the border in the US, and I think it would be difficult to store my few rifles, pistols, ammo cans, magazines, chest rig, pouches, and body armor plates. (Just the norm) So while I own very few firearms (6) and only the necessary accessories, I still think it would be difficult to store in a class b, especially with the ammo (weight).

I love keeping all my firearms in my home, but maybe that isnt practical anymore in a class B.. Thinking maybe just 1 rifle, 1 semi auto handgun, and a backup revolver may be all I should bring. (I want to store them safely when they arent one of my holstered firearms)

I understand one could just say "use your common sense", which I will do.. but I also like to recieve feedback from those I respect.
On 2018-04-30 20:37:15.584991 by Justin (mod)
@Katherine, lol I'm no immigration lawyer. Two points for that question though. We're being flooded with US citizens moving here.
On 2018-04-29 23:50:13.446166 by Justin (mod)
@Billy Bob Thornton, you can try, but probably wouldn't have answered as I had company all night and slept most of the day lol.

On 2018-04-29 23:47:35.254472 by Billy Bob Thornton
Saw you parked at Spanish Banks today. Kinda wanted to come up and knock and say hi on account of watching and having learned several things from your videos. Is it ok for me to just come up to your van next time knock on the door and say hi?
On 2018-04-29 23:05:00.340303 by Justin (mod)
@Robert, So you're coming to the second biggest country on Earth and wanna meet up? You're gonna be near the falls? Lol. That's thousands of kilometres away. That's like me going to Seattle when you're in Houston, and then I say "hey I'll be in the USA, let's have a beer!"
On 2018-04-29 23:01:09.748966 by Justin (mod)
@Billy Dickbags, in an RV you never really "hang" anything, you stick it. 👍

On 2018-04-29 22:59:46.909421 by Justin (mod)
@Nancy, well it's a standard Ram van chassis so there's tons of online discussion about the vans in the Dodge forums and stuff, and the engine and tranny are the same as in Durangos, Jeeps and Ram pickup trucks for decades so plenty of parts and anywhere can work on them. They're tough and reliable, just take care of them and they'll take care of you. Congratulations on your new-to-you Class B!

On 2018-04-29 13:54:11.811275 by Nancy
Hi Justin,
I just bought a 1999 Xplorer 230xlw. It has 81k miles. Is there anything in particular that I need know about it? Anything about the engine and tranny that could be a problem down the road? Any particular preventive maintenance other than tuneup, oil etc?
On 2018-04-29 02:29:12.490513 by Billy Dickbags
Your Purple Haze picture ... how do you have it fixed to the wall? I've tried hanging stuff on my walls, but they always fall down once I hit the road, or they rattle so much that it makes me want to punch a liberal.
On 2018-04-26 22:13:48.846159 by Robert
I will be in Canada this weekend near the fall is there any way I can meet you? I’m ur biggest fan on YouTube and find you to be so funny.
On 2018-04-26 14:04:39.079118 by Katherine
Just curious if you know how an American who lives the same life style as you and is self employed could become an legal Canadian citizen? I have always wanted to move to Canada and watching you has just makes me want to move there even more.
On 2018-04-26 08:54:28.748333 by BigShem
Hey Justin , was wondering how often do you clean your stove pipe , and what tools do you use and about how long does it take ya ? KORITFW 😎🤙🏼
On 2018-04-26 07:00:27.239895 by Justin (mod)
@BLUE, preserving originality? To preserve the cheap boring mass produced garbage?? Have you ever been to a van and truck show? 95% of them are handmade and one of a kind. It increases value immensely. This whole idea to keep things "stock" is a very modern generation mentality. A stock van is not built for full-time living, and furthermore there's no such thing as a stock camper van. A third party bought the van and modified it. Same way you would.

On 2018-04-26 04:07:48.725949 by BLUE
Do you think upgrading a van is like updating a house? Because a lot of people keep telling me about preserving the originality. But its not like its a 1968 camaro you know?
On 2018-04-26 03:01:34.255869 by Justin (mod)
@Will, most parkades can't handle overheight vehicles, and frankly I don't know of a single one that's abandoned...real estate around here is far too valuable. Even gas stations are closing because of land value, a Chevron station just sold for $72 million:
On 2018-04-26 02:58:15.804264 by Justin (mod)
@George, KORITFW bud!

On 2018-04-26 01:57:48.500894 by George
@Justin, Oh OK good. I can't find the video at the moment, but maybe it was an April fools joke. That would be about the time I discovered your pages. Thanks and of course, KORITFW!

On 2018-04-25 18:57:26.059182 by Will
What do you think about the prospect of converting abandoned/underused parking garages into VanLife urban stay?
Perhaps a parking spot with basic amenities (110v/water) and overnight/long-stay as zoning/regulations permit.

Keep on Rockin'...
On 2018-04-24 17:42:15.671381 by Bill
Justin, now that your settled into your new rig, what happened to you BT?
On 2018-04-24 04:21:39.256789 by Justin (mod)
@George, lol you better go back to that video, check the date or watch to the end, or just check the hundreds of comments hahahaha

On 2018-04-24 04:20:55.732069 by Justin (mod)
@Sheldon Clint, Merchandise is all here:
On 2018-04-24 04:13:44.534297 by George
Hi Justin! A short time ago you had a video where you were going to sell that awesome purple van get an apartment and live like everyone else. What made you come to your senses? Koritfw!

On 2018-04-24 03:18:09.822640 by Sheldon Clint
I want a vanlife shirt in black please large
On 2018-04-24 02:50:53.898556 by Justin (mod)
@Kevin, I'm not familiar with "habor" but in my experience most panels are virtually the same. Quite often a dozen brands all use the same suppliers. Where did you see that one in particular? Feel free to post a link.

On 2018-04-24 02:35:35.943434 by Kevin
Hi been watching you for a very long time been trying to put my van together just been having a very hard year with health and the Lost of my father but I wanted to ask you if the 100 w solar panels system from habor is any good or a good starter kit thank you for your time
On 2018-04-24 02:14:11.527060 by Justin (mod)
@Electrical Dumbass, I dunno as I have never used a 110 version although I know other RVers have, all I can say is if you can avoid using an inverter it's ALWAYS the best option, most power efficient by far.

On 2018-04-24 02:12:50.514978 by Justin (mod)
@Billy Dickbags, dude you just summed up 4 years of JCredTV! BAHAHAHA

On 2018-04-24 02:12:21.238048 by Justin (mod)
@Bob, I won't block anyone with a legitimate objection, so far nobody has posted one. They are 100% non-arguments based on feelings, not facts, and does nothing for the discussion. Life's too short to deal with a bunch of knee-jerking f**ktards who can't think logically. Not even ONE logical argument has been made by the anti-gunners. Not one.

On 2018-04-24 00:08:50.907463 by Billy Dickbags
How do you get your mail
Where do you park
do you get lonely
what do you do all day
do you get scared at night
how do you make sure to be stealth
what do you live on
is it hard to dump and fill your tanks all the time
brrr it's cold how do you stay warm
I want a Sprinter but it seems too hipster
can I just park on the street wherever I want
laundry OMG. How do you do it
do girls freak out when they see how you live
what do you do when the cops come knocking
Guns, beer, RVs, freedom, pu$$y, bout it
On 2018-04-24 00:05:00.578536 by Bob
Why do you block people who disagree with your stance on guns on FaceBook? Afraid the truth might lead to something bad for you. Or are you justt a snowflake that cn't stand up to a legitimate objection?
On 2018-04-23 21:51:32.637378 by Electrical Dumbass
Hey Justin, lovin' your channel man! I'm selling my condo right now to buy a Leisure Travel Wonder MB... I plan on spending winters down south in US or Mexico and Hanging out in Canada April to October. I have some questions after watching your Video Surveillance episode. What are the pros and cons of choosing a 110 or 12v system besides the cost? I will have 400w of solar power and a propane generator hooked up to 2 deep cell batteries. i want the system running 24/7 to. Hope i run into sometime out there. :)
On 2018-04-23 00:50:02.727821 by Justin (mod)
@WILLIAM RICHARDSON, why would I need to? Hell, I rarely travel outside of BC...and I have everything I need or want within one hour of downtown.

On 2018-04-23 00:44:36.060180 by WILLIAM RICHARDSON
Are you ever going to travel out of canada ?
On 2018-04-22 21:55:06.314778 by Justin (mod)
@Steve, hacked? Lol oh hell no. There's no internet connection involved with them or anything else on my van and I certainly wouldn't buy anything that relies on that. Not just because of hackers, but because of data, bandwidth and inevitably connection issues every time you drive. Less tech, less problems.

On 2018-04-22 21:49:43.389814 by Steve
Couldn't help but notice your security camera's inside in the last video...I'm not a techie so just wondering if you know if they are hard to hack? Not worried about winding up on Pornhub but kind of creepy knowing someone might be watching you in your "safe" place, lol. Outside camera's might be a deterrent. It was just on the news the other day that you can be listened to remotely via Siri on your devices and also that camera's on tv's and computers can be turned on as well. I think you mentioned before that you can view your camera images via your cell phone. Sometimes I wonder if our new toys are coming at a cost of privacy and security.
On 2018-04-22 16:03:12.207896 by carl
Hey I'm answering TONY's question .
America's Mailbox in South Dakota will handle mail,you can get a drivers license and establish residency(or not). and then travel everywhere
On 2018-04-21 23:00:30.269790 by Justin (mod)
@Tony, why would you even need to change your current address? Most everything is online, and you certainly don't have to live at whatever number is printed on your driver's license...

On 2018-04-21 22:44:14.904461 by Tony
@Justin, No, I do not. Family is all dead and gone and no real friends around me now I can put in that kind of situation as with living arrangements. I figured I was screwed. Thanks, Justin.

On 2018-04-21 22:33:38.696319 by Justin (mod)
@Tony, do you not have even one friend or family member with an address?? Or do they all live in RVs too? 🤣 KORITFW
On 2018-04-21 22:29:35.187258 by Tony
Hi Justin, Keep Rock'n in a FREE World!!! :)
I have a question about driver's licenses. Not sure how it works in Canada, like how the DMV works for you guys but my question is simple, I think lol... How do you maintain a license without a physical (brick 'n' mortar) address? Especially in city van living? I'm wanting to sell my house and just take off but yet live in my city as well as travel during different times of the year and I realize after my license expires and needs renewed that there might be an issue?! Right?! Anyhooville, hope you or someone in the States might know too. Thanks and keep rock'n!!!
On 2018-04-21 22:20:48.195434 by Justin (mod)
@Christopher Almond, basically everything I put in them lol. But manufacturers won't do that because people like myself are not the target market. RVs aren't built for living in full-time and that market is very small.
On 2018-04-21 22:19:06.565728 by Justin (mod)
@Rampant Roamer, almost perfect under the sun at the beach!

On 2018-04-21 22:18:40.214669 by Justin (mod)
@Shelley, when I moved the stove to its new location I cleaned it....and it was pretty clean actually. That's after six months of usage. But, other people can sometimes have to clean them every month. All depends on what and how you burn.

On 2018-04-21 17:31:12.640127 by Rampant Roamer
how's van life today Justin? :)
On 2018-04-21 14:51:35.506084 by Christopher Almond
What would you like to see in camper vans that they don't have or something you can have the manufacturers do to make RV life better.
On 2018-04-20 09:01:21.939494 by Shelley
Hi Justin, how often do you have to clean the chimney pipe on your wood heater?
On 2018-04-20 08:24:20.279822 by Justin (mod)
@Stephanie, you're very welcome. 😉

On 2018-04-20 08:22:52.655590 by Justin (mod)
@Sarah, Aristocrat was a common RV brand, from big to small, nothing particularly special in my mind about them...a friend of mine lives in a 21' Aristocrat Class C and it's fine but not unlike other brands of the same era. A lot of the "names" of RVs are simply branding... I'm sure Aristocrat is just one of several different names applied to virtually identical motorhomes all from the same maker. Things like AC and such are simply options on any RV. Tons of them have AC here as well. Just look for water damage and such, and good luck/congrats on your future home on wheels Sarah! Thank you for watching and yes I will keep the videos coming, glad you enjoy! 👍
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On 2018-04-20 02:37:14.603591 by Justin (mod)
@Steven, lol...they're the same windows. Just order two sets...

Unless you don't have a Ram van. Then I dunno, you'd have to make your own I suppose.

On 2018-04-20 02:10:51.626499 by Steven
Where did you get your black window leuvers? I can only find the ones for the rear windows.

On 2018-04-20 00:35:14.516511 by Justin (mod)
@AJS-STUFF3, here's the thing. I don't own power tools, I use friends. I also work full-time. So what you see me do, I actually just do a little bit, say, one day this weekend, one day next month, etc. It took me months just to move my wood stove where I wanted it due to schedule conflicts, weather, etc. So if someone wants to pay me to customize a van, they'd literally have to pay me to quit my job and rent the tools and space lol.

On 2018-04-20 00:32:28.540643 by Justin (mod)
@The BT Cruiser Guy, lol I thought it was long gone. I hid it under there because it barely fit and nobody would find it when I wasn't home. It worked well... clearly.

On 2018-04-19 21:19:29.621324 by The BT Cruiser Guy
Guess what? I was looking under the Jackknife sofa yesterday in the BT Cruiser and found something I could have seen a 1/2 dozen times (or maybe never saw) and thought it was just another dark piece of black material jammed up against the wall (or maybe it fell from somewhere after the mechanic recently changed the brakes, caliphers and adjusters, and took the Cruiser for the joy ride of it's life ... everything scattered). Well, I gave that black thing a yank and it's an old Dell Laptop. Wonder if it was yours or someone else who let it slip beneath the seat. Don't have a charger to test it ... if it still works. Again, might be someone elses who came in and was sitting on the sofa. Don't know.
On 2018-04-19 20:20:24.218549 by AJS-STUFF3
Q - If someone were to offer you (JustinCredible) a substantial amount of money to build a van close to what yours is (different color of course and layout inside-lol) would you do it or at least help a builder do it and design it? Thanks and KORITFW!
On 2018-04-19 17:18:05.407210 by Sarah
Hi Justin. I am looking at an Rv here in California that came from Canada. It is a 1980 Aristocrat with a Chevy van Chases. It is 17.5 feet long so it's like a over grown camper van. I am hoping that you might know something about these things because I can't find anything about them on our internet. Like for one are they like the old Bigfoot RVS as far as insulation go's? I have heard that the Bigfoot RVS have r20 insulation at the vary least. I want something super insulated. I also like that it has no air conditioning to warp the roof down like the ones made in the states. Any info would be great! Thanks so much. And keep the killer videos coming. You crack me up!
On 2018-04-19 16:32:28.375170 by Stephanie
Thank you Justin!
On 2018-04-19 03:11:03.705120 by Justin (mod)
@Bill, more than welcome. KORITFW!

On 2018-04-19 03:10:38.247324 by Justin (mod)
@Mike, 10 hours across the province to a music festival. Albeit not with the current van.

On 2018-04-19 03:10:01.931758 by Justin (mod)
@kadyra reddick, well you can't finance vehicles unless they're fairly new...I'd never do it. I don't want a new van first of all, but also don't want to have one I don't actually own.

On 2018-04-19 03:09:04.105123 by Justin (mod)
@Mike, what war? All I see is regular city enforcement of time limits and such, not unreasonable.

On 2018-04-19 03:08:12.910972 by Justin (mod)
@Stephanie, the window louvers are common, I just google searched "van window louvers" and found a few places. Headlights same thing, just find out the part number of your headlights and hit up eBay or Amazon for the LED versions.

On 2018-04-18 20:36:58.790236 by kadyra reddick
Do you know anything about long term financing of a van?
On 2018-04-18 19:01:10.527575 by Stephanie
Hi Justin, what product do you use to cover your windows, the black shield guards? And what led lights to replace the regular lights in the rv? Do you have a product list or link anywhere? I've checked your older videos and can't find these answers. Thanks, Stephanie in California
On 2018-04-18 16:30:48.772066 by Mike
Do you ever go to City Council meetings to tell them your opinion about the nightly parking war they have declared?
On 2018-04-18 16:26:01.424524 by Mike
Hey Justin what’s the longest trip you have ever done in your van. I know your a city boy but I am sure you’ve taken a trip or two.
On 2018-04-18 15:56:29.117574 by Bill
Justin, Just wanted to say thank you for answering my questions and for sharing your experienced advice with us curious friends.
On 2018-04-18 10:56:25.316996 by John P
@Matt, I have Justin's old BT Cruiser. Best improvement I made
was a set of Sumo Springs. It changes the whole riding dynamics especially at highway speeds.
Plus, a set of steel skid wheels on the rear hitch will save you when entering or exiting inclines in driveways or parking lots.

On 2018-04-18 06:03:26.618423 by Justin (mod)
@Char, haha the only time I've seen a tornado is in movies. That being said, the real question is "what do people in tornado areas do when they live in houses that don't move?" Because it seems to me THEY'RE the ones who are far more at risk. But if for some reason you insist on living in an RV in Tornado Alley, umm, find an underground parkade or an overpass! Lol
On 2018-04-18 05:45:51.560610 by Justin (mod)
@Billy Dickbags, also, thank you for your incredibly kind words! KORITFW

On 2018-04-18 03:29:11.805313 by Justin (mod)
@Billy Dickbags, lots of people bring guns over, if you declare and do it properly. It's the same for Canadians going to the US...we can't just waltz over your border with guns either.

On 2018-04-18 03:27:41.942220 by Justin (mod)
@Zak I never owned an Xplorer Xcursion, the Xcursions are Class C's. The answer is I have no answer, every rig has pluses and minuses and they're all subjective. A plus for me might not be a plus for you, etc. The true answer is my current Islander is what I really always wanted, but I couldn't find one back when I bought those two rigs! It's basically right in between the previous two. It's just "right" in my opinion.
On 2018-04-17 20:52:27.644070 by ZakWhich one did you like more the BT Cruiser or the Xplorer Xcursion?
Hi Justin, I was wanted to ask, out of the two RVs you had before which did you like the most the BT Cruiser or the Xplorer Xcursion (Dora), to follow up with why with that answer?
On 2018-04-17 19:30:59.390870 by Billy Dickbags
I live in a small Class C. Legalize drugs (and tax the love out of them), I'm pro choice all the way, and we should protect our beautiful environment. That's the end of my lefty views. Otherwise, I'm way right. Liberals are complete hypocrites. Really a bummer I can't bring guns across the Canadian border. Justin, you're the only van dweller I follow. I can't stand to watch the imposters.
On 2018-04-17 17:59:25.687882 by Char
Not sure if you are in an area that gets tornadoes but what do you do in that type of situation considering you have no basement and going to an inner most room isn’t going to do you much good. I guess you could drive like hell and out run it, lol.
On 2018-04-17 12:33:15.726940 by Matt
By problems I mean leaks, water pump, anything to that nature with the home not the rig
On 2018-04-17 02:03:44.627370 by Justin (mod)
@Lilly Nipples, yeah, when the vans a rockin' don't come knockin' unless you're joining in.

On 2018-04-17 02:01:52.118127 by Justin (mod)
@Glenn, add a syllable and drop a letter, make it RV LIFE RV LIFE RV LIFE 👍👍👍🤣👌✌️

On 2018-04-17 01:51:26.343289 by Glenn
I just wanted to let you know I was walking around my bricks and sticks one day humming something. I stopped,thought about it and I was humming "van life, van life ,van life".
On 2018-04-17 01:18:55.310353 by James
Ever thought about doing a propane conversion on the van engine?
On 2018-04-17 00:46:41.389633 by Matt
I got a 2001 bt cruiser 5210. I see you had one as well. I my question is did you have any problems with the bt cruiser that are common problems? If not no need to respond if you don't have the time. But if so it would be very much appreciated.

On 2018-04-16 21:50:07.485402 by Lilly Nipples
Have you ever had someone knocking on your van when you were in a very stimulating position?
On 2018-04-16 17:24:57.937735 by Clive
Of all the RV's that you have owned in your life, which one was your favourite ??
On 2018-04-16 10:19:25.858793 by Justin (mod)
@Bill, I don't park on massive hills. Other than that I don't really care about a tilt, unless I'm trying to play a game of billiards in my van. 🤣🎱
On 2018-04-16 10:18:17.629989 by Justin (mod)
@Mike, ew. That's out of my entire thought process. I'll stick with a garden hose thanks. There's no flouride here except in my toothpaste (which I want), and for the record VANcouver tap water is consistently rated cleaner than bottled water. 👍

On 2018-04-16 10:16:28.778188 by Justin (mod)
@Rampant Roamer, a really buggy and not particularly powerful Pinnacle Studio. I'm no expert with software, I only use it because it just happens to be the first one I tried many years ago and I HATE having to learn different software, even though there's far better options I'm sure.

On 2018-04-16 10:15:06.599870 by Justin (mod)
@Rocky, I'd tear all that love out and replace it with something solid, or wallpaper or just paint TBH.

On 2018-04-16 10:13:46.128492 by Justin (mod)
@Rick Stoller, that would require giving up my lifestyle, buying or leasing a warehouse, having tons of cash to start a business, etc.

On 2018-04-16 10:13:04.813652 by Justin (mod)
@Div Dev, actually I already uploaded a video answering a similar question, it's viewable for my Patrons at the moment but I'll make it public on YouTube within a couple days so stay tuned.

On 2018-04-16 04:38:55.918921 by Div Dev
Hey Justin, digging your videos. I'm a Digital Nomad living out of a truck camper on Vancouver Island and just got a pretty good job offer in Vancouver that lets me telecommute half the week. I was wondering if you knew of other rv dwellers who work downtown and what they do for parking/storage solutions while they work during the day to avoid having their homes being broken into and robbed while they're away? Regards, Div!
On 2018-04-15 18:08:40.054775 by Rick Stoller
Justin, I have been watching your video’s for over a year and I have seen you do some amazing work on your RV’s over the years. Have you ever thought of going into the RV refurbish business? Buying up older RV’s, tricking them out and then selling them? You know what your looking at before you buy them and then have a vision for that van in the future. Just a thought. I wanted Dora but I missed out!
On 2018-04-15 17:52:42.131048 by Rocky
I have a 89 Dodge 350 conversion by Leisure Travel. It was very well maintained and is in excellent shape however I can tell that full time living in it will take a toll on the upholstery headliner and walls with it being almost 30 years old fabric. Have you found any products or strategies to help prevent tearing, etc?
On 2018-04-15 16:11:12.730149 by Rampant Roamer
what video editing software do you use to make your videos? your titles(especially the past ones), were RAD! KORIFW! :D
On 2018-04-15 16:10:59.258582 by Mike
Is there a way to use reverse osmosis or some other water purification method or system to convert greywater into water possibly even more pure than city water(with it's clorine, floride, pharmaceutical residues, etc.) and replenish the freshwater tank? Imagine one big freshwater tank; to replace the two freshwater and greywater tanks that used to share the same space. This would extend dry camping greatly with perhaps only urine and a small amount of evaporation reducing fresh water supply much more slowly. With a composting toilet; this could perhaps eliminate the need to ever go to a dump station, again. What do you think?
On 2018-04-14 15:51:54.135024 by Bill
Justin, I'm wondering how you deal with leveling your rig. Or are all the places you go generally level?
On 2018-04-14 06:00:19.570924 by Tana
Hey Justin, of all of your RVs, which one was the most comfortable to live in? Do you ever regret having sold any of them?
On 2018-04-12 23:56:23.544277 by Justin (mod)
@Aaron, dunno how you missed it but I did a whole video on that recently:

On 2018-04-12 23:54:27.809817 by justin (mod)
@Billy Dickbags, nah, Molson is garbage, it's just a successful name. Kind of like the canned water in the USA called "Budweiser", except marginally better.
On 2018-04-12 23:34:12.700473 by Aaron
Serious question, as a single man if I live in a van or camper would it be hard to find a woman that would not be turned off by me living that way? Just curious your experience in that situation. Also I'm asking for a friend.😉
On 2018-04-12 00:27:42.307851 by Billy Dickbags
Been watching dude's channel since mid-2015. Justin is great. I agree with his opinions and politics, and I respect his frank delivery. He lives his life on a PATH of his own making. Sure, he has to follow laws and pay tax just like everyone else, but he's truly free, and he clearly apreciates what he has. The anti-snowflake. The idea of less stuff = more fredom is true, and he embodies it without whining or appologizing. I live in a small class C because of Justin's channel, and I'm friggin' stoked. It's not perfect, it can be stressful at times, and it's certainly not for everyone, but I'm happier than I've been in a long time. Thanks dude.
Oh, my question? Is Molson really the best beer ever?
On 2018-04-11 15:10:59.314034 by Justin (mod)
@Nat “GnatMan”, oh I just may hit the slopes, if I have time after I finish folding my clothes at the post office.

On 2018-04-11 11:24:58.276209 by Nat “GnatMan”
So I hear you ( the Mountains) are going to get some new snow fall tonight. Are you going to hit the slopes this weekend? Oh, and how do you wash your mail at the laundromat?🧐couldn’t help it. KORITFW
On 2018-04-11 01:10:01.923426 by Leak-free Justin (mod)
@Zak, nothing really in this one, just standard regular maintenance checking and replacing vent seals and stuff. The nice thing about RV life is if you get a leak it usually only costs $10 for a tube of silicone to fix it. That's a few thousand dollars less than when people get leaks in their houses lol
On 2018-04-10 17:17:16.266612 by Justin (mod)
@Sofia, not often, because in most major cities it's highly illegal. Many cities have a 20 or 21' length limit, in fact just yesterday the city was towing away a bunch of 24' RV's off the streets and I was posting about it on my channel Facebook page here:

On 2018-04-10 17:13:48.022069 by Sofia
Hi Justin, would you happen to know if you have seen Class A 45 foot motorhomes parked on the streets.

Thank you

On 2018-04-10 15:46:44.659276 by Zak
What type of RV breakdown or system break down (i.e leaking pipe, water coming in, etc.) in the RV have you dealt with?
On 2018-04-10 03:57:06.688420 by Justin (mod)
@Deacon, cocaine beats them both.

On 2018-04-10 03:55:48.387756 by Justin (mod)
@Bill, nah, never bothered me, it's dry by lunch time

On 2018-04-10 03:54:38.143654 by Justin (mod)
@Deacon, mine is a class B and literally has no seams like that, there's no resealing. However, it's a good idea to check windows and roof vents every year. But if you have a Class C or A, most of them are full of seams and join areas that need to be resealed annually unless you enjoy warping and rotting walls, which is common on rigs after just a few years of neglect

On 2018-04-10 03:51:55.174258 by Justin (mod)
@Forest, they're everywhere, in fact one of them is on an upcoming video already released for my Patrons. 👍

On 2018-04-09 21:54:13.838902 by Forest
Where are all the "Rockin in the Free World" chics? Come on Justin you're slipping! lol
On 2018-04-09 19:29:19.199088 by Garry Fisher
Would you consider switching to a dry toilet over your black tank .
I have and will.never go back . :)
On 2018-04-09 17:09:12.025601 by Bill
Justin, with the wet baths you've had did you squeegee the water and/or wipe with a towel so your not stepping in water every time you need to use the toilet?
On 2018-04-09 16:51:49.218118 by Deacon
How often do you re-seal your roof ? Seems like a lot of people do it once a year. I follow your channel religiously and have never seen you do it. Are these people too paranoid.
On 2018-04-09 16:46:29.569638 by Deacon
Which coffee is your favourite .....MC'Ds or Timmys..???
On 2018-04-09 11:40:39.964518 by Justin (mod)
@Chris Allen, well well, you lucky dog. I answered you in a video:

On 2018-04-09 00:13:24.908706 by Chris Allen
Hey Justin, I've been enjoying your videos for sometime now. It's refreshing to see someone just tell it like it is opinions and all regardless of who might whine and cry cause they don't agree with you. My question is. Sometime back , I think it might have been in Dora. You installed a rain collection system that I thought was pretty slick. Wanted to get you thoughts on how well it worked for you, was it worth it for you? Would you do it again? If so is there anything about it you would change? Thinking of installing one on my rig so your first hand experience would be a great insight. Thanks koritfw!
On 2018-04-08 23:18:44.452551 by Robin Bitsnpieces
Hi Justin, I have been following you on youtube, and a while back I posted I listed my RV on craigslist and what a night mare it was. I just uploaded a video about it, you are welcome to mention it in your blog if it fits (really would appreciate it). We are at a time in society no one can trust anyone, and we need to protect ourselves, with all the scammers, and creeps out there.
On 2018-04-08 22:53:46.778494 by Justin (mod)
@Cesar, most gas stations here have taps, it's the same water as any other tap water here so it's perfectly clean. I can't speak for other areas or countries.

On 2018-04-08 22:52:25.235839 by Justin (mod)
@Bryan J, check out

On 2018-04-08 20:47:31.546463 by Cesar
Hi Justin, where do you usually fill your water tanks at? Most of the gas stations and dump stations here only have non-potable water. I'm usually having to go to campsites to fill up my tanks. I don't have any friends or family since I'm new to this area, so I just can't pull up to anyones house to fill up my tank
On 2018-04-08 20:46:24.172318 by Justin (mod)
@Bill, wow. Just wow. Do people knock on doors of houses and ask to use showers too? That seems like something out of this world lol

On 2018-04-08 20:45:44.982186 by Justin (mod)
@Mark, maybe sometimes, but not the internets business.

On 2018-04-08 20:45:15.087406 by Justin (mod)
@Gene Griffin, insulation.

On 2018-04-08 20:44:52.744441 by Justin (mod)
@Kangvbc, as far as I know they don't allow people with common sense on council.

On 2018-04-08 16:06:17.884067 by Bill
Justin, people ask to use my shower and bathroom fairly often. Because I sleep out of my van often. So they think I have a bathroom or shower. Luckily I don't so I can show them I don't.
I also know of others that have the same issues at the places they stay too. Just wondered if people at your beaches or public places ask you. Guess not where you are.
On 2018-04-08 15:03:53.739752 by Mark
I noticed a gun owners of Canada sticker in your van. Do you keep one with you? If so, what kind?

I’m a small channel out of Oklahoma
On 2018-04-08 14:17:31.106403 by Gene Griffin
Hello my question is im bout to give up my apartment soon in ima be working on a ebike for my delivery in i pay 750 for bout to purchase a E350 what is the first thing i should get for my van
On 2018-04-08 13:10:39.274522 by Kangvbc
Justin have you ever thought of running for Vancouver City council? Would you ?
On 2018-04-08 04:18:02.033427 by Justin (mod)
@Doug, I have a multi-camera CCTV camera system, mostly for protection in case of accidents (insurance reasons) but it's also handy to see who's outside, and of course records 24/7 if anyone tried to break in. There's several systems widely available from big box stores to eBay.

On 2018-04-08 04:17:04.895812 by Justin (mod)
@Bill, say what? Use MY bathroom? On what planet would somebody walk up to an RV and ask to use the bathroom? Seriously?

On 2018-04-07 23:10:18.005119 by Bill
Hey Justin. How do you deal with people at the beach and other places that want to use your bathroom?
On 2018-04-07 21:52:35.023232 by Doug
I was wondering about security strategies or solutions when your van/RV is unattended. I have a ‘93 Chevy G20 with no built-in alarm system. Needless to say I’m worried about my stuff being stolen. What would you recommend?
On 2018-04-07 21:37:26.358479 by Justin (mod)
@Bruce, anywhere except in front of people's houses of course, and never stay in the same place for more than a day. Whistler is hard I hear, haven't parked there for years though so I have no recommendations.

On 2018-04-07 21:35:40.174122 by Justin (mod)
@FergieGee, the van was wrapped by 37wraps, if you search my YouTube channel you'll find a video on it.

On 2018-04-07 21:34:20.396797 by FergieGee

Where did you get your van wrapped? I've seen your van near Capilano Mall and it looks really well done. Finding a cheap place is not a priority but finding a good installer is. Thanks in advance.
On 2018-04-07 21:33:56.495402 by Justin (mod)
@FergieGee, I strongly recommend nobody does that for city RV living. It's a dead giveaway, and stands out almost as much as when people put big tarps on their roof and park on city streets. Everyone, and I mean everyone, notices big blocks under an RV's tires and it makes you look like you've literally set up camp. I mean, do what you want, but that's the sort of thing that makes us look like squatters who park for days on end in one spot...

On 2018-04-07 21:29:25.447934 by FergieGee

I use leveling blocks from Wal-Mart, $40, for 10 Lego looking blocks you arrange to get a good level. I've seen people use 2x4 scraps too so you don't have to get what I have.
On 2018-04-07 20:30:49.924700 by Bruce
Hi there, I see your living out of vancouver, I was just wondering how you find where it's ok for you to park over night, also I was wondering if you have ever stayed a up in whistler for a decent amount of time as we are based here for the next couple months.
Thanks Bruce
On 2018-04-07 19:06:18.208057 by Christopher Almond

On 2018-04-07 18:48:20.908260 by Justin (mod)
@Rampant Roamer, I literally use a couple of old clunky cameras I bought for photoshoots, anything will do. If you want small, go with a GoPro, except they don't have zoom and are a little limited in functions. Just please keep the stupid fisheye wide-angle setting to a minimum, it gets real tiring seeing that on YouTube lol. Otherwise I don't really have a recommendation...just any camera that records video, which is virtually any of them. Pick up a cheap Nikon Coolpix, for example. Nikons are indestructible.

On 2018-04-07 18:43:40.101465 by Justin (mod)
@Christopher Almond, I have a large **** and a purple van. Do the math.

On 2018-04-07 18:42:52.020004 by Justin (mod)
@Carlos, I just drive my right tire onto the nearest Smart Car and it levels me out. Ha. In all reality, it never bothers me.

On 2018-04-07 18:41:55.055269 by Rampant Roamer
i am considering starting a YouTube channel. can you recommend starting gear? i'm currently looking for a HD cam with an external microphone input. what kind of gear do you use? any other thoughts? cheers Justin! KORIFW! :D
On 2018-04-07 18:40:06.829544 by Justin (mod)
@Dave, plenty of my US viewers have shown exactly the same thing in cities all over the USA on their channels and Instagram accounts.

On 2018-04-07 18:39:06.368043 by Justin (mod)
@Martin, nobody needs a residence to own things. You just need a mailing address...probably the easiest thing to get, unless literally every one of your friends and family also lives in RV's.

On 2018-04-07 18:38:04.642326 by Justin (mod)
@Doc, possibly, although I never had the travel bug...I'd probably be happier sitting by a lake somewhere.
On 2018-04-07 18:35:22.471126 by Carlos
How do you level your RV when parked on the street? Usually there is a gutter that makes the RV lean quite a bit towards the curb. Does this even bother you at all? It bothers me. Thanks.
On 2018-04-07 17:06:48.850647 by Dave
Justin, we in the US see streets lined with RVs in your area from your photos. Have you heard or seen streets like that in the US? Especially now with our moron of a President(no respect)working on building a wall and screwing up our trade agreements it wouldn't surprise me if more folks looked into van/rv living in the US since the American dream is further and further away from most Americans these days.
On 2018-04-07 16:50:45.575872 by Martin
How do you register, insure your RV etc without a residence?
On 2018-04-07 16:45:11.990114 by Christopher Almond
How do you get all the HOT women? Is that your Super Powers seducing women? WAIT that's it isn't it. Justin INCREDIBLE!!! YOU are a super hero!!!!
On 2018-04-07 16:44:38.300893 by Doc
When you are older and more mature (and retired), are you considering road trips and more travel?
On 2018-04-07 08:55:19.079052 by Bryan J
Just, I have bout a late older 1980’s Dodge Ram Van. It has a 360, and has been gutted but does have the risen top. What would you suggest for a cooler in the size of a liquor box or a bit bigger that highly efficient in keeping things cold for three or four days?
On 2018-04-07 06:15:33.167972 by Justin (mod)
@Pat Rick, thank you for chiming in! KORITFW

On 2018-04-07 05:42:48.120382 by Pat Rick
@Dave Paxton, it's a mad rush to get to the next good rv park as people realize they're few and far between. And in BC they're many private roads to boon dock on however you will be dealing with heavy commercial oil patch and logging truck traffic...and there are signs warning that there may be lethal hydrogen gas present. Other than that, make sure your rigs in good shape and enjoy the ride. You will probably need a new windshield upon your return. I have never heard of boon docking being a problem however I have never driven the Alcan in its entirety. But thousands of people do it every year and yes it's very expensive up north. And if you're going to take pics of wild life excercise common sense and pull well of the road so u dont get smoked by a big truck. And take lots of bug juice. Have a great trip

On 2018-04-07 05:28:35.363029 by Justin (mod)
@Richard, totally depends where you'll be. Some cities have restrictions on parking vehicles over 21', and also a standard parking space is usually 20' so you end up really limiting where you can easily park. I can fit in a metered space between two cars, yours cannot. I can back in to any parking space in parking lots without taking two spaces, etc. I can navigate drive-thrus with ease since it's not too long to cause turning problems. My previous RV was 22', my current is 20', and my life is far easier just because of that difference... both in daily driving/parking and also for legality in this city.

On 2018-04-07 05:09:30.906763 by Richard
Our new class C, 23 feet, maybe just a bit more.
Is it still possible to find parking?

On 2018-04-07 02:07:26.407433 by Justin (mod)
@Dave Paxton,
I've never driven up on that highway, but Canada is the second largest country on earth and there's no shortage of space to camp. However, Chuck e Cheese in Langley (Vancouver burb) has decent pizza and lots of free parking.
On 2018-04-06 23:35:03.047297 by Dave Paxton
I have heard 2 people on YT saying that the road to Alaska can be expensive and then said there is no place to boondock in Canada and campgrounds are expensive. I am working on converting a bus (I know, you like smaller vans) and the second year on the road want to do the AlCan but would rather boondock. Maybe you have heard if they have shutdown the boondocking on the AlCan???
On 2018-04-06 23:25:07.791158 by Justin (mod)
@Billy G Pack,
I was dead set on a cardboard box, but lately I've been salivating over the giant recycling bins behind warehouses. I mean, they're perfect. And stealth. Just working on how to deal with every Thursday morning when the truck comes before I make the plunge.
On 2018-04-06 23:20:29.383915 by Billy G Pack
DUH ! I heard you say that LOL... Do you have any Idea on your next van or home?
On 2018-04-06 05:13:57.469431 by Justin (mod)
@Frank Faubert, Ahahaha, okay then, so my answer would not be relevant to where you live. But if I were there, I'd move to Vancouver even if it meant minimum wage. Lol keep on rockin' in the free world buddy!

On 2018-04-06 05:12:42.449779 by Frank Faubert
Lol. I was thinking more about climate. I can leave the air or heat on in my house or apartment while I'm gone. Harder to do in a vehicle if you're going to be gone for 8+ hours. That's kind of our last stumbling block. We live in the wasteland known as Ontario and summers are +25C with 90% humidity and next to no wind while winters are -25C with 60km/h howlers. None of it is exactly "Crack a window and they'll be fine" type of weather. Yeah, I don't know why we live here either, but the job's solid and pays over 60 a year. Kinda hard to walk away from.
On 2018-04-06 05:10:00.724373 by Justin (mod)
@Frank Faubert, I made sure she had food and water, same as anyone does with their cats in apartments and houses. Cheers.

On 2018-04-06 05:08:34.113539 by Frank Faubert
What did you do with your cat while you were at work?
On 2018-04-06 05:06:48.317434 by Justin (mod)
@Gabrial Garcia, Wal-Mart has cheap t-shirts and underwear so I just throw my clothes out on the weekends. Saving $2,000 on Vancouver rent each month buys a lot of underwear. Even purple underwear.

On 2018-04-06 05:05:24.453030 by Gabrial Garcia
Look! You have this keen vehicle that keeps you alive, warm with entertainment and such. I didn’t see a clothes washing machine in there. You even wash your clothes bro? :)
On 2018-04-06 05:04:32.042746 by Gabrial Garcia
Look! You have this keen vehicle that keeps you alive, warm with entertainment and such. I didn’t see a clothes washing machine in there. You even wash your clothes bro? :)