Summer is in full swing, and that means road trips in your RV to enjoy the season. Below are a few tips to make sure you’re prepared for your road-tripping fun.
Before you go anywhere, check that your RV is in tip-top shape with this maintenance checklist:
1. Check your RV’s batteries to ensure they are fully charged
2. Check appliances and tires (including the spare) and inspect all seals
3. Check engine and generator fluids and change as necessary
4. Flush and refill the water system
5. Do a full safety check
6. Thoroughly clean the inside of the coach and freshen up toiletries
What to pack:
For an RV trip, pack what you’d need for a regular trip (clothes, shoes, accessories, and the like), but also pack as if you’re furnishing a home. Include items such as towels (bath and kitchen), plates and mugs, cups, silverware, cooking pots and utensils, sheets and pillows, cleaning supplies, and anything else that makes you feel at home.
What to do if you break down:
Breaking down happens to even the most experienced RV owner. The important thing is to have a plan that you follow. Make sure you have phone numbers you need to call for emergency and accident services. Have our office’s number handy, too, and be sure to share your itinerary with a relative or friend so someone knows where you are.
Not all RVing is the same. Before you hit the open road, contact us to discuss your travel plans and how to properly protect your RV so there’s nothing to worry about.