Thursday, February 2, 2017

Common Signs to Look Out for to Know If Your Unit Needs RV Repair Services

If you’ve just bought an RV, you need to know when to send it to the workshop for repair or maintenance service. It’s absolutely necessary to get the most out of your RV, and best of all, it’s quite easy even for someone who has never owned an RV before.

Here are some telltale signs that can help you determine if it’s time to bring it to your trusted auto mechanic shop.

Flooring and Roofing Damage

RVs are meant to run long distances over long periods of time and with up to several people comfortably on board. If your RV is pre-owned, you need to check for damage that can put your safety as well as that of your passengers at risk.

Flooring damage can cause tears, which can then be a trip hazard, or worse, turn into holes where people or things can fall into. Roof issues, meanwhile, can affect the insulation of the vehicle. Water damage spreads quickly, so it’s best that you get it repaired promptly.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Some Helpful Tips About RV Maintenance for New Owners

An RV is not a small investment, that’s why you should be diligent about providing it the proper care it needs. Not all RV owners are familiar with the maintenance tasks required for their vehicle. In case you fall into this category, here are some signs that could tip you off that it’s time to get your RV to the shop for check-up.

Roof Seals and Seams

The RV is designed to travel while transporting practically all the basic necessities of living in the wild. It’s built to withstand different kinds of weather and temperatures, ensuring that the passengers remain comfortable. A couple of important elements to this function of the RV are the roof seals and seams. The damage does not usually result from outdoor activities, but simply because of natural wear and tear.

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