Keeping Your Distance.
If you have a slide out, or maybe even a couple of slides, on your travel trailer, fifth wheel, or motor home then you know the guessing that sometimes is involved when you pull into the campground late and you just want to get setup and get the fire going.
I’ve personally had to move my RV more than once because I got a little too close to a tree or other object and didn’t MAKE SURE my slide could be fully extended. A couple simple tips…
- Always have someone watching OUTSIDE when you extend one or more of your slides. Just having a set of eyes on the situation can save you time and money on unnecessary repair bills.
- Use the idea provided by loveyourrv.com and simply use your fresh water hose or even your electrical cord by wrapping a colored piece of tape around it that equals the depth distance of your slide. When you are hooking up your electric or water you can do a quick check before putting the slide out.
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Protect Your Tech
If you haven’t yet experienced a power surge at a campground then you either don’t camp much or you’ve been extremely lucky. They are inevitable and when they occur and you are not protected, get ready to shell out mucho dollars to repair or replace your air conditioner, fridge, your laptop, and whatever else might be plugged in at the moment.
Campgrounds are notorious for power surges. It’s not the campground’s fault. It’s a part of being on the ‘the grid’ and you need to prepare ahead of time or pay later.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Do your homework and get a surge protector for your home on wheels!
Imagine the looks you might get if you had this recycled fire truck at the game on Saturday! Grilling some dogs, taking a snooze, and oh yeah …. badge of honor for having the biggest hose in the parking lot.
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