Whether retirement is just around the corner or you are buying a starter RV for weekend camping with the family, here are some of the most common problems new RV enthusiasts encounter and tips to fix or prevent them.
1. Don't Forget the Wheel Chocks. Nothing changes a fun filled family vacation into a not so fun time quicker than chasing your RV down the road because you forgot the wheel chocks. A sure-fire memory maker the kids (and your spouse) won't soon forget, make it a standard practice to always use wheel chocks. It will save your pride and preserve your RV insurance rates.
2. Make Sure Your Sewer Connector is Long Enough. Don't end up stumbling outside in the dark while trying to locate the sewer connector that is located 20 feet away from your RV that came with a standard 10 foot hose. A good hose is a good investment and the longer the better.
3. Adult Drivers Only. In fact, make it mandatory that all adults take an RV driving class even if they don't plan on driving the RV. If an emergency happens to arise, you want to make sure all available drivers have experience driving an RV.
The above-listed tips are for informational use only. Refer to your insurance policy contract for specific information regarding your coverages and for actual terms, conditions and exclusions. The above statements are general in nature and may or may not reflect the actual terms of your insurance policy.