Wednesday, March 15, 2017

These RV Parts Should Always Be Left to a Trailer Repair Professional

It may be tempting to try to fix and maintain your own RV in hopes of saving on repair costs. You might also think that your mechanical skills and the knowledge you gained from YouTube videos are enough to complete the needed repairs. The truth, however, is that RVs are different from regular cars. Their capacity is bigger than a car, and therefore, an RV requires a certain set of skills and techniques to maintain.
More often than not, do-it-yourselfers cause more harm than good when trying to make repairs themselves. For instance, a 240v electrical system should only be worked on by a licensed electrician because it could pose serious hazards in the hands of a novice. While there are things you can do, there are parts you need to let a professional handle. Knowing your limitations will help keep your RV running safe and smooth. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2mNTYlt

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Four Rookie RV Mistakes You Should Avoid to Enjoy a Safe Ride

For many Americans, getting away on a grand, cross-country trip is what a recreational vehicle (RV) is all about. With all the amenities an RV offers, it’s akin to putting wheels on your home and hitting the road. You have your own kitchen, bathroom, and living room inside your vehicle, providing a convenience you’ll never attain from other types of vehicles.
While RVs allow you and your family to camp out wherever you want, they’re also prone to problems and accidents. Because they’re more challenging to maneuver, due to their size, weight, and blind spots, first-time users must practice extra caution and properly prepare for their trip.
There are common mistakes that many beginners make. By knowing them, your first trip with your RV will be enjoyable and free of incidents. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2nzgwuU