Don’t forget to take care of your battery when storing your RV or camper long term. This video highlights some helpful ways to handle your RV or camper battery during long term storage. Removing the battery if your storage facility has no power access or cold climate is a must for keeping your battery in great condition. An alternative would be solar panels charging your battery without the need for alternative power sources. In some cases, depending on the wattage of the solar panel, you may not need to unhook the battery at all from the camper or RV system.
Did you have your RV or Camper out during some wet weather? Follow these tips to keep your RV or Camper in better condition. It’s important to dry out those areas affected by moisture to avoid mold and mildew. This might be as simple as raising your awning during a sunny day and letting your refrigerator defrost with the door cracked open. With the right care your camper or RV will be much more enjoyable to use and make those next camping trips go smoothly.