Even the most expensive RV batteries with the highest quality components are susceptible to damage and malfunction when stored improperly. To get the most out of your investment and ensure the longest lifespan for your battery, there are a few simple rules you should follow when storing it for the winter months, and a couple things for which you should inspect when you pull it back out to hook up. In this lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg walks you through a quick demonstration on safe and correct RV battery storage.
With Dave’s help, you’ll learn how to take proper precaution in storing your RV’s batteries for hibernation. He explains what happens to a battery when it is not protected from the elements, and shows you the telltale signs of a blown battery caused by cold weather exposure. Once you understand what not to do, you’ll discover the best way to go about storing batteries in a facility that either has or doesn’t have electricity. Follow Dave’s instruction, and you can rest easy knowing your battery is safe and good to go for next year’s travels!