Whether your RV is a motorized RV or a truck that is towing a trailer, it is important that it is ready for summer. Hot summer temperatures can be rough to a vehicle’s cooling system, tires, and even transmission.
If you are not well prepared for the summer temperatures, you might not make it to your destination. Some of the things that you should do include;
1. Checking your fluid levels
After you buy your RV, you will probably want to add up some upgrades and a personal touch. In the sections below, let us look at some simple upgrades for your RV.
1. Consider LED lights
LED lighting looks nice and is efficient. It can save you battery power since it uses fewer amps than fluorescent and incandescent lights. Both interior and exterior lights can be replaced with LED lights.
As an RV traveler, costs associated with this luxury can quickly multiply. However, instead of cutting out something that you love from your life, you should look for ways to lower your travel costs.
1. Travel during the off-season
You do not want to hit traffic as you travel in your RV or find an over-packed campsite. Unlike other travelers, you have all the time to yourself to travel. Why not …
There are many ways to keep your RV cool, including getting an RV air conditioner, using reflective insulation, relocating your RV to a shaded area, using LED bulbs instead of incandescent light bulbs, using a roof vent fan, and so many more. Many of these options can be done by connecting solar panels to RV batteries.
It’s a beautiful summer afternoon, and you want to have a vacation on the road with your RV camper. However, the summer heat has made the interior of your vehicle uncomfortably warm…
Maybe the story of this couple has inspired you and you have decided to give RVing full-time a trial. This can be a good adventure for you if you have a thirst for adventure and you enjoy wandering around the world. Luckily, others have paved the way for you and there are nuggets of wisdom that you can take from them.
1. RV is slow-paced
The RV lifestyle is not always a go, go and go. While you may…