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How to Prepare Your RV for a Winter Road Trip

Posted 03-07-2019 at 10:46 AM by shaggyJJ
Updated 03-09-2019 at 06:29 PM by shaggyJJ

The winder season is one of my favorite seasons of them all. Not only I love drinking a cup of coffee and watching the NFL games on TV, but it's also the perfect time to take your trailer on the road and plan the perfect winter RV adventure.



Traveling by RV in the winter offers a fantastic opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful winter scenery that this country has to offer. Before I head out on a winter road with my pals or family, I always consider important to make sure that my RV is ready for winter weather.

With the NFL season warming up and the popularity of sports rising as several States get ready to regulate sports betting on their legislations, bookmaking is a discipline that allows me to hop into my RV, travel the country, and still be able to keep up with business.

Throughout the years I have put together a quick but important checklist that I always keep close whenever the winter months come by and I'm ready to start a little winter adventure.

I have put together these tips for preparing your RV for a winter road trip:

Inspect the Plumbing

During cold winter weather, freezing temperatures can cause damage to your RVís plumbing. Before you head out on a winter road trip, it is important to inspect and maintain your RVís plumbing system. Make sure that all of your pipes are properly insulated. By preparing your plumbing, you will prevent water from freezing in your pipes when you are out on the road.

Control Moisture

When you are parked at a campsite, is important to make sure that moisture does not enter the interior spaces of your RV. One great way to keep your RV dry during the winter is to place a tarp over the outside of your vehicle. You can also use chemical absorbents to prevent moisture from forming inside your RV.

Maintain Your Tires

During the winter months, you are likely to encounter wet or stormy conditions on the road. To ensure that your RV is prepared to tackle tough road conditions, it is important to maintain your tires. Make sure that your tires are properly inflated and rotated, and that your treads are not worn down too far.

Having a RV is something that I truly enjoy as it allows me to be a nomad, one day in one State and the next in another. It's exciting to see what the next day brings. With the NFL season approaching and the sports betting landscape quickly changing, as offshore sportsbook moving in, local agents are also turning into services and resources available to start a bookie business, (hell, even mainstream media have started adding odds into their sports broadcast); this winter season may be very well a very enjoyable one.

Cheers.
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