From the bloggers at Love Your RV.
We’ve all seen those horrific photos and video footage of RV fires. The way RVs are constructed, and the materials used lends them to burn and go up in smoke extremely quickly. If inside you literally have seconds to escape.
To hopefully keep that from happing to you I’ve decided to publish some common sense RV fire safety tips. Essential advice for a new RV owner to consider. It doesn’t take much effort to dramatically reduce your risk.
Change detector batteries
This one is a duh! But worth repeating. Just like in a regular home make sure your smoke, propane, and carbon monoxide detectors have fresh batteries in them at all times. A good rule of thumb is to change all the batteries every six months. I use the days we adjust our clocks for daylight savings time and back, so it’s easy to remember.
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