From the bloggers at Good Life RV.
Your RV is your own little slice of heaven. When you’re there you want to be comfortable. You shouldn’t have to soak in sweat from nasty high temperatures or bundle up inside because of freezing cold conditions outside. The vents in your RV are made to help circulate air through your rig and maintain climate control inside.
Knowing how to use these and picking up on some tips and tricks along the way can help you make sure you’re safe, comfortable and saving money.
These are placed on the outside of your rig and can be opened to let air circulate through the living spaces, and they’re great for sleeping on those cool nights.
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