Pre-Trip Checklist PDF

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PDF: Pre-Trip Checklist for Motorhomes and Travel Trailers

Before hitting the road, every RV owner should perform a walk-around inside and outside their rig to make sure everything is disconnected, put away, and stowed properly. Forgetting simple tasks like cranking down the roof antenna, bringing in the entrance steps, or disconnecting water, sewer, or electrical connections can be embarrassing and cause damage to your RV. Here’s a checklist you can refer to each time you head out to make sure that doesn’t happen to you. Make sure to personalize it to your own rig.

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