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Waking up to ‘drip…drip…drip’ from your RV roof onto your bed is an awful feeling. Water leaks are one of the most destructive things that can happen to an RV.
Michelle and Laurie take their Lance 1575 way up North to Vermontville, NY. Why? There was a small leak somewhere on their RV roof. Since their 1575 has a non-weight bearing roof, they didn’t want to damage it. They just didn’t have the confidence to try and fix it themselves.
I’m Mark Polk with RV Education 101. Understanding your water heater bypass system in your RV is important, especially during cold weather to prevent damage to your hot water heater.
You can put your RV hitch inside your trailer storage compartment or your truck…. OR… here is a new idea. The new EZStorHitch gives you a nice place to put these items. Watch as Jeff shows you this very handy item!
Not only are new RV sales way up, but also are sales of pre-owned units, from small camping trailers to large class A motorhomes. An RV, like a home, is a personal thing, and many RV buyers purchase one with the intention of remodeling, upgrading, and outfitting it to fit their own lifestyle and needs.