When taking your RV out camping or on a road trip, you’re obviously not going to bring everything you have in your house along for the ride. However, while your RVs supply inventory is always going to be a little lighter than at home, there are certain RV gadgets and supplies which you should always have on hand when driving around with your travel trailer.
First are the items which, as long as you have them on board, can turn absolute disasters into mere inconveniences. Things like a spare sewer hose, a fire extinguisher, a roadside assistance card, a first-aid kit, sprayable sealant and extra RV batteries are absolute necessities and should be staples in any travel trailer. Away from home, on the road or in the middle of the woods are not places where you want to get caught unprepared, so make sure these items are in your RV before you leave. This way if your RV blows a tire, its stove catches on fire, or any other problem arises, you’ll be able to handle it before the damage becomes too severe.
Not every need is an emergency, though. For the day-to-day upkeep of your RV, there are a number of things you may want to bring along. A small vacuum cleaner, for example, should be kept on hand, as well as a portable dehumidifier to keep the air dry and breathable. Some other important items to keep around are storage containers, a telescoping ladder, bungee cords and a high pressure hose nozzle (for cleaning the side of the RV). Let’s not forget all of the toiletry items you are going to need to bring with you, including but not limited to: toilet paper, toothbrushes/paste, soap, shampoo, conditioner, and deodorant.
Finally, to make your RV feel more like home and make it as comfortable as possible, remember to bring any items you believe will make your RV experience more pleasant. This can mean a portable grill for barbequing, folding tables, internet connectivity, a coffee maker and/or air fresheners. If you’re unsure of what to bring and what to leave behind, ask yourself how often you rely on these things at home, and if the answer is at least a couple times a week, then take them with you.
Since you have a limited amount of storage in your RV, you’re going to need to economize with your space a little more carefully than with a house or apartment; however, there are many items which you cannot be without. For more information, visit us at www.mighway.com today.