The Holiday Rambler Check-Up Checklist
Mar 12, 2021
Whether it’s your first trip after a winter at home or just your first warmer-weather adventure, don’t hit the road without making sure your Holiday Rambler is in top shape.
Use the checklist below to make sure your RV is truly ready for the road. And don’t forget you can find the nearest REV RV Service and Repair Center here.
We’re talking about all the critical components that make your coach run: belts, hoses, battery and engine fluid levels, plus your engine, transmission, and generator.
Make sure your tires are in good shape, and replace, rotate, or adjust the pressure accordingly.
Check and double-check all exterior lighting: headlamps, tail lights, brake lights, and clearance lights.
Alarms, detectors, and extinguishers
Make sure your smoke & carbon monoxide detectors are working and that your fire extinguisher doesn’t need to be replaced.
Depending on where you go, a spring adventure could start to feel like summer. You might want to have this luxury ready to go. Check for any damage to the cover and remember to replace your air filter annually.
Seals & Leaks
As we enter the thawing, rainy season, look around, above and under, your RV for obstructions or leaks. Make sure your internal seals are in top shape as well.
Speaking of water
Make sure the water you drink and clean with is safe to drink and clean with! This is a great time to check if your water filter needs to be replaced.
And remember: You don’t have to tackle this checklist alone. Find the REV RV Service and Repair Center nearest you and let our experts take care of it for you.
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