Monday, November 13, 2017
Your trailer sees most of the action during warmer weather in the spring and summer. With all the miles it logs on the road, it deserves some much needed rest at the end of each trip. Once you park it, however, it becomes easy for you to overlook its repair and maintenance needs, especially when it’s tucked away for the winter.
Even though your RV may not be in active useit’s still important that you keep updated on its maintenance needs. Here are some telltale signs that it’s time for you to bring it to a reliable service center for some good ol’ trailer repair.
Whether it’s an RV or any other type of vehicle, brake issues are nothing to dismiss. Even if you don’t notice anything amiss as you drive down the road on your vacation, make sure to go again for a test drive just before you lock down the RV in your garage for the winter. The sooner you figure out the problem, the sooner you can get it fixed. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2zlCgRl
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Your RV is not just a source of great pride and joy, but it is a good investment as well. It’s something that you can certainly make the most out of, especially if you’re the type to enjoy going on road trips and outdoor adventures.
For this reason, you have to make sure that your RV stays in tiptop shape all the time. This is why regular inspection and maintenance is critical. Here are some tips that can help you carry out this task.
Check for Leaks
Especially if you’ve left your RV in storage for a good while, particularly during the cold season, you may need to give it a meticulous look to make sure there’s no corrosion or rusting that may lead to leak. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2hPLw99
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Traveling the country in a private recreational vehicle is a great way to vacation, spend the holidays or even retirement. Your trip should be planned carefully, however, to avoid problems on the road. Following are a few important pointers you should follow to fully enjoy your trip.
Have Your RV Checked and Repaired
The first thing any RV owner should do before setting out on a trip is to make sure the RV is in the best possible condition. All systems should be checked inside and out for issues. If you discover an problem, a professional RV repair service from Sacramento might be needed. For RV repairs use a qualified technician who is trained and certified on how to work on RV’s. Check any visible mechanical parts you can for wear and tear and replace anything that needs to be addressed. Buying spare parts is also recommended. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2xe8Iju
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Over time, motorhome owners develop a preference for a specific vehicle class. The Class A motorhomes used to be the roomiest, but now there are small Class A and big Class C models available. There are even RV’ers who have steadily downsized over the years and now travel the country in a Class B. Folsom RV owners, as in other areas of the country, are a mixed lot when it comes to motorhome class preference. If you are in the planning stages for your first motorhome, here are some things to consider about the Class C models.
Class C Motorhome
This class of motorhome is built on a truck or van chassis, but the passenger compartment is the same in a motorhome as it would be if that chassis was a delivery truck or another vehicle. The passenger compartment, or cab, is intact from the manufacturer except the wall behind the seats and part of the roof is removed. It is sometimes referred to as a cutaway chassis. The motorhome structure is built and connected to the cab. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2gBFcRP
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
For some people, a perfect vacation involves booking a flight to some far-flung destination. If you own a trailer or RV, however, you know the pleasures of seeing the country, enjoying wide-open spaces and camping from one scenic site to another.
Of course, driving a trailer around the country not without its hitches. Just like any vehicle, a trailer is not immune to wear and tear. The wise owner must foresee potential problems their RV might encounter on the road.
A responsible owner will also identify the components of the trailer or vehicle that need pre-trip attention from an expert repair service. Maintenance and repair will be a lot cheaper around home than on some distant highway, not to mention a lot safer. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2vJ4ZZK
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
One of the best things about owning an RV is the freedom to go adventuring without leaving behind the comforts of home. After all, an RV is basically a home on wheels, complete with all the creature comforts you’ll find in a typical house, such as bedrooms, furniture, appliances, and the like.
Of course, living on the road means your RV is not connected to the power grid the same way a typical home is. Everything from the lights to the engine of your vehicle is powered by the battery.
It’s amazing that a 12-volt system is able to power so many things in your vehicle, which is why the battery is one of the most important RV parts you should pay close attention to. Here are a couple important things you should know about ideal battery upkeep. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2vrmq5S