From the bloggers at KOA.
Warmer weather is finally here and that means one thing—it’s time to get your RV out of hibernation and ready for the first outdoor adventure of the season. But before you leave the driveway, you need to get your RV road-ready.
“When RVs sit in storage … lots of unexpected things can happen,” says Mark Polk, KOA’s resident RV expert.
Batteries drain, tires lose pressure and pests have a nasty habit of building nests inside appliances. A little preventive maintenance, Polk says, can go a long way toward an “enjoyable and stress-free” vacation.
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