Rv checklist


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after almost 6 years of fulltiming, i am often asked for tips to help the newbie hit the road. I believe following a checklist is an important part of the process. It’s always a good idea to review safety steps no matter how many times you’ve performed them. I share things learned from my own experience (sometimes found out the "hard way"). I also had lots of good expert input from those more experienced in areas less familiar to me. An rv salesman with over 20 years experience helped with the pdi process, a long-time trailer and 5th wheel tower overlooked that section. These lists were designed to be easy to use, broken down into four stages so you can print out just exactly what you need along the way. Below is a recap of the kind of checklists included and the type of information provided.

separate detailed lists for interior and exterior elements to check out . Drive test – how’s it handle? what to watch for. Helps keep track of different ones you’ve seen and how to inspect them.

" nice job ….we’re getting a 5th wheel and…there’s so much to prepare for, especially selling everything we own. Thank you for a great check list. I put it in a plastic folder. Dm

because i am prior air force (31 years), i love working off of checklists & 150; and i really like yours and your website cs

i am in the process of shopping for a used rv, so my focus right now is on your comparison checklist for buying pre-owned. I appreciate the format an…read more detail

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