If you’ve enjoyed a busy summer full of memory-making in your RV, or if you’re about to hit the road to soak up the autumn colors in your camper, there are some RV service tasks that shouldn’t be ignored this fall. Taking care of these tasks during the changing of the seasons will prevent wear and tear, as well as help to catch minor issues that can be quickly and easily corrected before they become major ones.     

To keep your RV going for years to come, make sure you follow this RV service checklist.

Winterize Your RV

If you won’t be using your RV during the winter months, then you’ll want to winterize it to ensure the pipes and RV holding tanks don’t freeze. Winterizing will also keep your battery safe and help to keep critters out.

Inspect the Roof and Entrances

Check that the door, windows, vents, seams, and roof are secure. Every nook and cranny must be looked at to make sure your RV is well sealed. This will keep moisture and chilly air outside, where it belongs.

Check the Fluid Levels

This is a great time to top off any fluids to make sure that the next time you’re ready to head out on an adventure, your RV is, too.

Trust Bayshore Ford with Your Fall RV Service Tasks

Your RV is your home away from home — a site of memories, family bonding, and fun. Let the experts at Bayshore Ford assist you in taking proper care of it for the long haul. Our expert technicians trained to perform any RV maintenance or repair you might need. Call our New Castle, DE dealership or stop by today!