As RV repair service experts, we’ve seen our fair share of mishaps. Some are not preventable. Accidents happen, and we always will lend a helping hand to people who need a tune-up after a fender bender. However, one thing RV owners may not be as enthusiastic about is consistent upkeep. They may believe it costs too much or that an RV is robust enough to handle all weather. That’s just not the case. To prepare your RV for every season, follow this advice.
Luckily for us New Englanders, spring is not a time when the hazardous weather could be around any corner. It’s a relatively peaceful time of year (outside of allergies, of course). Still, the excess pollen can make your RV look unkempt. We suggest getting regular washes. Plus, since spring follows winter, it’s a good idea to take a look at your vehicle and ensure that no excess moisture from snowfall or ice is hiding in your gears.
On the other hand, summer is one of the two most active seasons New England has to offer. High temperatures cause plenty of sweat, irritation, and dryness. Thankfully, AC units provide relief in your RV. If your AC unit hasn’t been working well or if it’s been a while since you had it checked, come to Timbucktu RV for RV repair service. We’ll ensure that your AC is ready for summer and works well.
Fall is when the tides start to turn. Though taking in the foliage and experiencing fall activities can be a blast, some people aren’t fans of the dip in temperature. It’s better to be safe (and warm!) than sorry, which means your AC unit should also be able to provide warm air. As with summer, take the time to assess its condition and get it fixed before it’s too late.
Some people love it while others loathe it. Either way, winter is part of the New England package. Thanks to significant snowfall and slippery ice, the roads are especially vulnerable this time of year. Get your RV in check by ensuring the tires stay adequately inflated, keep your AC unit’s warm air close by, and buy any accessories that you feel will help you navigate the roads. We suggest tire chains and things to keep warm.
New England provides full seasons everyone can enjoy, and it’s best to stay prepared for all of them. Follow these tips, and you’ll be all set. For quality RV repair service, give Timbucktu RV a call at (508)-459-1132!