What is the travel rule of 3 for RVS?

By adhering to this simple rule of thumb, you can make traveling easier for your whole family. It suggests to limit your travel to no more than 300 miles in one day. Then, arrive no later than 3 p.m. Finally, stay at your destination for at least 3 days.

Do I need to skirt my camper?

Skirting your RV during freezing weather is a tried and true method of protecting the plumbing under your RV. Anyone living or camping in their RV for extended periods of time during freezing weather can benefit from the effort and expense required to skirt the RV.

Does camper dry weight include furniture?

The dry weight of an RV includes everything on the rig as shipped from the manufacturer without any passengers, cargo/belongings, liquids (including fuel, fresh water, and black/gray water), or any additional accessories or options that may have been installed by the dealer (or previous owner).

How do I know when my camper is full of water?

Most RVs come with an overflow drain that leaks water when your tank is full. Once you notice the water pouring from the overflow drain, you should shut off the water flowing into your tank. If there is no overfill and the tank is gravity filled, it might overflow out of the fill spout.


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