From the writers at Post Independent.
With frost starting to glaze the grass in the morning, snow up high on the peaks and campgrounds shutting down for the winter, it’s probably time to get your RV ready for its long winter hibernation.
Parking your RV for the winter requires some special procedures so you’ll be able to use it next spring. You’ll also be glad you did it when you don’t have to make expensive repairs due to freezing pipes or water damage.
You can pay someone to winterize your camper, or you can save a bundle of money and do it yourself. Here’s a simple checklist to help you get ready for the upcoming months of cold.
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