The Various Types of RV Roof Vents

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Whether you’re spending a weekend in the woods or traveling cross country, a functional RV roof vent is essential for a pleasant trip. A roof vent in both the bathroom and main compartment are highly recommended for letting out unwanted fumes and drawing in fresh air. In recent years, manufacturers have developed new forms of roof vents that allow RVers to upgrade their vents from basic, manual models to higher-tech smart models.

If you’re in the market for an upgrade to your RV roof vent, you should know what’s available before you pick your next unit. So in this lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you about the various types of roof vents you can buy for your rig. You’ll discover the most common models, from standard hand-crank vents to those that close automatically when they sense rain. With Dave’s help, you can find the right vent for your needs!

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