Select as flat and level a parking site as possible, consistent with other considerations
Place the shift lever in park and set the parking brake. The automatic hydraulic leveling system will not operate unless these conditions are met
Have a person outside to place support blocks under the stabilizing jacks.
Engage the automatic hydraulic leveling system to level and stabilize the coach, with the engine running to provide alternator power
With the engine still runnin
Check all fluids (coolant, electrolyte, hydraulic, oil, power steering, transmission, windshield washer)
Check generator oil level
Disconnect city water, if applicable
Reset coach’s freshwater controls to onboard water, if applicable
Fill coach freshwater tank (add a capful of bleach), then stow the hose
Using the dump checklist, dump the waste tanks, if applicable
Ensure the propane tank is as desired
Ensure that all basement doo
It's the dreaded 7-Way RV plug that we all have come to know and love. Most new vehicles equipped with a tow package have connectors. Trailers with electric brakes need them too. The 7-Way Trailer Plug is a round 2" diameter connector that allows an additional pin for an auxiliary 12-volt power or backup lights. It is usually used for towing a heavy-duty landscaping trailer, car trailer, boat trailer, horse trailer, travel trailer, construction trailer, and larger trailers
When you get a new RV for the first time or just getting back into RV camping, its hard to know everything you need. Below is a base list of things you may need and could be used as a baseline when you are packing. Feel free to add items in the comments to keep building the list.
Electrical adapters (50amp to 30amp AND/OR 110v to 50amp)
RV-friendly toilet paper (if you use your home toilet paper
Someone asked, why don't you have RV's on your site. They have gears, fuel, oil and can be a pain in the ass to manage. I didn't have a good response so I created a section just for RV's which translates to Recreational Vehicle. Some people love there RV's and truthfully they all use similar components from other vehicles found on this website so they do belong.
For example, motor home have either the Ford V-10 or the Chevy 6.2L or the most popular option, the Chrysler Cummins Diesel whi