The price tag of purchasing an RV is close to the price tag of buying a new home, that’s why it's not surprising that many RVers make sure their RVs are well-maintained. But aside from the upfront cost of buying an expensive vehicle, other fees need to be considered, such as gas, campground fees, and maintenance.
The same with a traditional home, living in an RV requires every owner to conduct regular maintenance. This is to ensure that everything is in place, and everything is running smoothly. A regular maintenance also prevents any expensive costs due to minor issues that are being neglected. But since many parts of an RV requires maintenance, which part should you check first?
Read on as we share the essential RV maintenance you can do by yourself to save on paying repair shops for them to do it.