Before you set out for your first road trip in a new rig, it’s important to get to know your vehicle and to set up the cockpit for the smoothest possible travel. What does that entail? Glad you asked! RV expert Dave Solberg is here to explain what all you need to understand about your rig prior to departure. He walks you through a quick essential checklist, pointing out all the adjustments you should make for optimal safety and comfort. Incorporate Dave’s advice into your pre-trip routine, and it’ll be nothing but smooth sailing ahead!
It takes very little time to inspect your front windshield, according to this RV maintenance video – and spending the time more than pays off down the road. Taking preventive steps can reduce the need for expensive windshield and water damage repairs. During your annual RV maintenance check, examine the windshield to look for cracksWatch Now >>
The interior of your RV can get very warm during late spring and summer, especially when driving on sunny days. Running your air conditioning units to eliminate the stuffy feeling in the air can be a huge waste of electric power and money, It makes no sense to run the A/C when you’ve got aWatch Now >>
The main television in your RV is somewhere in the living room, but what about those times when you want to watch a show as you fall asleep? Having a secondary television in the bedroom takes care of those nights, as well as those when the grandkids stay over and you have different tastes inWatch Now >>
RV batteries, which run the interior lights, refrigerator, computer, and any other electrical appliance you have installed, are built to last 5-7 years, ideally. Manufacturers recommend that you remove the batteries every month and have them conditioned by a professional. This conditioning breaks up the sulfur solids and other contaminants, churning the liquid inside theWatch Now >>