If you are a new to the RVing lifestyle, this four-part series will help you protect your RV from the upcoming freezing elements. For the veteran RVer, you might use this as a review of your own process.
Even if you are planning winter excursions in your RV, such as skiing or ice fishing, it is best to take a few basic precautions “before the first cold snap,” said Terry Cooper (right) president of Mobile RV Academy out of Somerville, TX. “Just set aside a Saturday to go over your rig and take care of things.”
Armed with information we’ll cover in the next three posts, a couple of gallons of pink nontoxic (left) RV antifreeze (never use the poisonous green automotive antifreeze), and a few handy tools — you could save thousands of dollars in repairs next spring.
Part 2 of this 4-part series will discuss how to “protect water systems from freezing temperatures.”