RV maintenance is your responsibility and is generally performed by the equipment operator.
How can you get more intimate than when you are taking care of it yourself ?
You can learn quite easily the essential tasks needed to be performed. If things get too complicated with major modifications, a RV dealership would certainly be happy to offer you its service.
RV maintenance is a year round concern. You want to make sure that everything is in perfect condition. It is not just a matter of changing antifreeze, but it is part of it.
One task that you will do on a regular basis is to empty the holding tanks and fill the water tank of your Recreational Vehicle.
One other thing you will also pay regular attention to is checking the propane tank, making sure there is no gas leak that could be a serious security concern.
For example, checking the roof and sealing the joints could be a key to your rooftop longevity. Using the right products to clean your RV and getting rid of the black strikes on the sides is another task you can do when required. These are just examples.
There is more... and this is the reason why I am asking you to share with all of us RVers how you proceed yourself to guarantee the good maintenance of your Recreational Vehicle.
You have here the opportunity to describe the task involved, the reasons for doing it, the necessary tools or products needed, the cost and time involved etc... etc...
If you have photos, you can include them for a better understanding. This is your page creation. Let's be creative!
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