Proper mirror adjustment probably is the most important part of preparing to drive your motorhome. Did you know that almost 30 percent of the hazards you encounter come from the rear? This is why getting the maximum viewing area from your motorhome mirrors is so critical.
There are so many things to maintain on a motorhome, sometimes we overlook the simplest maintenance requirements. As the old saying goes, you can’t see the forest for the trees. But simple oversights can result in costly repair bills to correct the problem.
After numerous requests we finally decided to produce a motorhome driving DVD. I enlisted the help from a professional driver and book author Lorrin Walsh. I always thought I was a good driver, but even old dogs can learn new tricks.
The awnings on your motorhome will provide years of reliable, trouble-free operation if you take the time to do a little preventive maintenance and cleaning. Remember, it is much easier to prevent damage to your awning than it is to repair it.
When you put your motorhome in storage the battery(s) lose their charge over time. You should test the state of charge every month and charge any battery that is at or below an 80 percent state of charge.