Taking good care of your RV rig is obvious. But taking good care of your tow vehicle is every bit as important. A reliable car, truck, or SUV is what makes any kind of camping happen, from RVing with a tow-behind to finding a trailhead and backpacking out. There are clear ways to make a tow vehicle even more important to the camping experience with any number of accessories—from those that make it more convenient to a campsite to those that turn it into a tent. One of the best uses for a vehicle is towing additional cargo. Various cargo carriers, from those that fit onto a hitch to the type that fits on top of roof runners, help spread out the weight from camping necessities so they don’t all load down the RV. Vehicles that don’t have roof runners can get them easily installed to essentially double carrying capacity. Tie-downs install fast and help provide peace of mind that nothing flies away while traveling down the highway, and other accessories, like deer alarms, LED taillights, and steps make the auto safer. There’s seemingly no end to the options for a car: clutter-tackling consoles, tire change kits, bungee cords, blankets, and ratchet straps are all excellent additions to a vehicle, whether it’s being used to camp or for everyday travel.