We will start with our departure checklist, which should be followed before hitting the road with your RV.
Secure loose items, lock cabinets, retract the awning and close windows to avoid damaging items during transit.
Before departing the RV campground, you should dump the RV’s black and gray tanks to reduce weight while traveling.
Check your RV tires (including the spare tire ) to ensure they are in good condition and road safe.
Nest up, our set-up checklist provides a guide for what to do after arriving at the campground.
Use a ruler or yard stick to ensure there is sufficient room for your slide outs to come out without hitting anything.
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