From the bloggers at Vogel Talks RVing.
There are four things that absolutely kill all recreational vehicles: water damage, neglect, accidents, and severe hail.
If you are a careful owner that follows preventive maintenance guidelines and takes measures to reduce humidity in your rig you are well on the way to maintaining your RV in good condition.
That will eliminate water damage and neglect as possible destroyers. But there’s not much you can do about the forces of nature when they strike.
Most forms of weather are not a problem while in your RV. People inside who aren’t touching anything conductive are safe. Lightning can damage wiring and electronics and even burn a small hole in the skin, but that is repairable. (So if you are in your RV and lightning is crashing down around you, stay put. You’re already in a good shelter.)
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