From the bloggers at Good Life RV.
Ahh, it’s springtime! The birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and your RV is waiting for you to come get it out of storage so you can go camping again. If you’re like most people, Memorial Day weekend is one of the first primo opportunities to take the rig out camping for the first time this season. It’s likely the first time you have pulled your camper out of storage since old man winter came to stay.
For our fellow Good Life enthusiast, we’re including a short list of common things that need to be checked or taken care of to ensure that you have a successful long weekend in the campgrounds:
Camper Checklist Basics:
- Check the tires for checking, wear, and air.
- Brakes — The most often overlooked safety features. If it can’t stop it will keep going!
- Batteries — Not just the main coach battery but also the smoke detector and CO2 detector.
- Tail lights — People have to be able to see you signal and brake.
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