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Safety, Summer -

If you want to enjoy your summer holidays without worrying about hotel expenses, your RV is a great alternative. To guarantee a safe and sound trip, be sure to take all necessary safety precautions. Here, we’ve gathered a few top tips: Electrical System A seasoned camper will tell you that RVs frequently experience power surges and sometimes total blackouts. You must be aware of a high chance of an electric shock in your RV. You may also experience under- and over-voltages in the vehicle. An electric dog bone adapter will come in handy should you experience a total power blackout....

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Prepare, Waste management -

Tips to help you practice proper waste management before your next RV Trip.

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Nothing beats the feeling of enjoying a safe and exhilarating trip with your RV, particularly with your loved ones around. Whether you're just a weekend camper or a full-time travel enthusiast, you need to do some basic RV preparations before heading out. Let's take a look: Check Your Power Supply Your camper or RV is powered by a 12 or 120-volt system. The 12-volt system is powered by your car battery, while the 120-volt system is from an external source, such as a generator. However, the complication is that these two systems have different power connection requirements. Different power receptacles have various...

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