From the bloggers at Motorhome.
Before you know it, old Jack Frost will be getting his grip around the Northern Hemisphere, and for the next six months, motorhome owners will either become snowbirds or prepare their rigs for winter. Now winter doesn’t necessarily mean that the motorhome must go away until spring, but regardless of whether you’re going to use your RV or not, there are some things you need to do to protect it.
The majority of RVers who stay in the northern climes from November to April put their motorhomes in storage for at least part of the winter, which means it must be protected from freezing, leaking, excessive snow loads and pests. No matter what kind of motorhome you own, it’s still a significant investment that requires care and protection, not to mention the fact that you want it available and usable when you’re ready to hit the road.
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