Chances are that your RV is more than just a vehicle — It's likely a home, an office, kitchen, bath, and even a way of life. That makes it most likely your single most important material possession. Therefore, you should understand that routine RV Maintenance is crucial to keeping it running safe and smooth. The following is a list of three tips to keep it in optimal condition for an enjoyably long life.
Generator Maintenance – Generators need to run at about 50% power for two hours per month to remain in optimal condition. After all, it's an engine like any other, which means if it's not run at regular intervals, internal components will begin to rust and eventually render it inoperable. Generator maintenance is one of the most important things you can do for your RV because the cost of repair is obviously quite high. Keep your generator running regularly with routine oil changes and tune ups for maximum effectiveness.
Open It Up – If subjected to overly hot temperatures, interior parts of your RV such as seals, seams, flooring, coverings, and more can become extensively damaged. By opening up the inside vents, you will stimulate valuable air flow that will allow these parts to stay just cool enough in extreme temperatures to avoid serious damage. Be careful, however, to keep the outside vents closed to ensure destructive and costly moisture doesn't find its way inside your vehicle.
Cover Me – By covering your RV with a stand alone garage of some kind, you will greatly reduce costly repair problems to your RV. The roof of your RV can become significantly damaged from environmental effects like sun, snow, rain, and even wind. Find a place to store your RV under a strong roof when it's not in operation to eliminate this costly possibility from happening.
RVs allow you to travel and camp with all the comforts of home. Toy haulers take that a step further, giving you comforts of home and garage. These particular RVs can amplify your travel experience in several ways and here are a few reasons you’ll love them.
If you love to travel, camp, and ride, a toy hauler is just the type of RV for you. Perhaps you’d like to visit another state. You’ve already got the comfort of your own home in your RV, but how might you get around a city, or ride through scenic mountain roads? With a toy hauler, you can have the best of both worlds. You’ll have a home you love as well as transportation.
If you crave exciting trails and dirty off-roading, a toy hauler is a must. This nation is vast. It has countless off-road opportunities. Spend the day playing hard on a dirt bike or exploring terrain on a four-wheeler. Then come home to a meal made in your kitchen, a shower to wash off the dust, and a warm bed to ease your bones.
Sure, you can strap your toys to a trailer and tow it behind your RV. However, if you’re looking for a bit more convenience, why not consider a toy hauler. There’s no need to mess with hooking up a trailer in addition to strapping down your goods, not to mention meeting length regulations. Instead, pack your four-wheelers, dirt bikes, motorcycles, or scooters inside your RV and ditch the trailer.
Just like when living in a traditional home, you want to make sure your belongings are stored safely. After a day on the trails, in the mountains, on a scenic ride, or exploring towns and countrysides, you can feel at ease that your toys are all safe and sound. Tucked conveniently inside your RV’s in-house garage, your vehicles will be safe from the elements along with any other threats.
If you want the ultimate travel experience, if you like to get out of the campsite and play around, a toy hauler may be your best bet. Convenient for carrying and storing your motorcycles and four-wheelers, toy haulers also bring peace of mind with access to transportation as well as protection.