Even the smallest of RV mistakes can significantly impact your bank account. Some mistakes could result in you filing an insurance claim, leading to a hike in your insurance premium.
The most common problems with RVs are typically due to lack of maintenance. Water leaks often occur as a result of a lack of care.
RV repairs can be very expensive, especially if you can only get the parts directly from the manufacturer.
We want to help you keep as much money in your pocket as possible. So let’s get started looking at the RV mistakes you should avoid.
Driving with under or overinflated tires can be very dangerous. Blown tires can cause substantial damage to your RV.
Before pulling your RV out of storage or a campsite, you should research your route. Use Google Maps and its street view when necessary.