Insuring Your Traveling Home To The Fullest
The great outdoors is calling your name! However, you cannot give in to the temptation until you have given your RV the necessary attention it deserves. To get your RV ready for the open roads so that you can enjoy your next road trip with peace of mind, keep this helpful RV checklist handy:
- Start by giving your traveling home a good look-over. This means inspecting the RV for water leaks and cracks in caulking that may need some attention. Also, be sure to check your brake pads, turn signals, lights, and hitch and wires on the tow of your RV.
- While cleaning the exterior and interior of your RV is important, you must also clean the covers on your water heater and refrigerator and clean all debris from the burner units.
- Extremely important, be sure to give your RV’s sewage dump a hose to make sure wear and tear has not gotten the best of it. Once you have ensured functionality, be sure to connect to a dump station so that you can check your waste tank valves before your first road trip.
- Next, clean your RV’s battery and check to confirm it is able to hold a charge. You may need to replace your battery if you have not done so in a while.
- To ensure your devices can be life savers, make sure to replace the batteries of all smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms on your RV.
- Most importantly, get your RV insurance coverage activated! Even if you left your coverage active during the downtime, be sure to conduct a review of your policy to confirm adequate coverage.
Contact Remland Insurance in the City of Orange for all of your California RV insurance needs. We want to help you enjoy the great outdoors without a worry in the world, so allow us to help you obtain the coverage you and your traveling home deserve.