Some people might say the best part of winter is knowing it will end. Winter's end brings longer days and thoughts of RV travel. Before you and your family head out, take time to prepare your RV now to avoid stress later. Here are the top 5 ways you can get ready for your spring RV adventures.
Although many of our customers at our dealership are experienced in driving while hauling a recreational vehicle behind their car or truck, they may not necessarily know how to hook and unhook a fifth wheel. Owning a fifth wheel can give you the ultimate comfort in a wilderness setting, yet before you hit the road, you need to know the intricacies of making sure that your recreational vehicle is secure for towing.
A vast majority of RVs are made from fiberglass or fiber-reinforced plastic. This is a different material from automobiles because of its weight. Fiberglass is much more lightweight; it's durable and has longevity on its side. Most people take their RVs for long-distance road trips. It would be best if you had something that is going to hold up well. If you're taking care of your RV on your own, there are some tips you'll need to follow to protect the fiberglass on your RV.