The Worst Situations RVers Have Driven Their Rigs Into

While RVing provides plenty of epic sunsets and opportunities for adventure, it’s far from perfect. Even when you’re careful, you and your RV can find yourselves in a difficult spot.

Today, we’re sharing some of the worst situations RVers have driven their rigs into. Buckle up; it’s about to get bumpy!

Make sure you use your safety chains correctly when towing a travel trailer. This situation could have turned out much differently had they not.

Hit a Railroad Track

Whether it was the mud or sand, getting stuck is no fun. Carrying the proper equipment can be extremely useful and help you avoid getting stuck.

Stuck in Mud and Sand

Multiple RVers shared that they experienced major cities like Dallas, Atlanta, and Nashville during some of the worst times. To avoid this situation, be wise about planning your route.

City Traffic

This situation spotlights the importance of being aware of your surroundings. This is especially true when navigating and maneuvering in campgrounds.

Smashed Awning on Tree

There may come a time when you have no choice but to grip the steering wheel and hit something. If you’re in this situation, hold on tight and try to keep the wheel as straight as possible.

Hitting Road Objects

Some stations have low-clearance awnings over their gas pumps. If you’re in a fifth-wheel or motorhome, you could be well over 13 feet tall and do severe damage.

Entering Gas Station

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