From the bloggers at Better RVing.
By Lazydays expert Ed Crowell, as told to Monica Surfaro Spigelman
How often have you overlooked the obvious? The basics are essential, yet they can be the checkpoints many people miss. Whether you are a newcomer to the world of RVing or someone who has seen it all, there’s always a lesson to be learned from the simple stuff.
All of us believe RVing is so much more satisfying when you really get to know your rig. When you’re thoroughly familiar with your coach, it’s easier to notice when things aren’t quite right. Do you see any leaks? How’s that tire pressure? It’s important to look around, inside and out.
Your owner’s manual should be your starting point; our Lazydays maintenance workshops can also help give you a deeper understanding of your rig. To ensure you’re covering the basics, I have five “no-brainer” RV checks that you should include in your five-star maintenance routine:
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