An electric RV awning can create shade or an instant escape from the rain. Whether camping in the mountains or deserts, RV awnings can come in handy.
Many RVers with broken awnings will often delay repairs as long as possible to avoid the costly expense of repairing them.
If your electric RV awning gets damaged, you must fix or replace it. Even if it doesn’t need a complete replacement, fixing it will cost a pretty penny.
The damage often happens when RVers retract their awnings due to high winds. Wind gusts can cause resistance to the motors and any sensitive gears.
Because the arms need to be relatively lightweight, they don’t come as sturdy as manual ones. This means you need to use extra caution in the wind or rain.