A combination between freedom and adventure, recreational vehicle life is awesome. But there are many aspects that can be improved, to make your RV life even funnier. When we took delivery of our first RV, it came with a suitcase full of user manuals. It contained a manual for every component in the RV. There was even a manual on Michelin RV tires. We read through every manual and downloaded the online versions as a backup. Having a PDF version will make searching for a specific topic faster and easier. There were also build sheets, diagrams for each fuse box and information on roadside assistance. We referenced all the information many times throughout our first year of RV living. When a fuse goes out at 1a.m., you’ll want to know which fuse box to check. Our first RV had four fuse/breaker boxes and two of them were outside. When it’s pouring rain outside, it’s not fun to run around wondering which breaker box to check.
Before you start asking where you will get money from, you need to know the cost of being a full-time RVer. There is no specific cost for living in your RV full-time. However, the cost can be roughly around $1000-$3000 a month, but your expenses can make the figures go higher or lower. One major cost is if you will live in private parks or camp for free on public land. You can know your total costs when you make a budget. It is especially the case if you have a family or pets or both. RV security system pick : Tattletale RV Alarm: This is another advanced security alarm system designed with modern technology to give your RV great protection from burglars. It has one of the fastest cellular alarm systems on the market, powered by Verizon at no cell charges. It is easy to set up and takes only about 60 seconds, can be plugged into any outlet and has an after-charge performance of up to 20 hours. What this means is that even when it is not connected to an electric source, you can continue to enjoy efficient protection.
Take a look at the tools you use most in your kitchen. Which of these items can’t you live without? Which will you have room for in your camper? You might be surprised at what you find you need (and what you don’t) when you start living in your RV. For example, I foolishly brought along our blender when we left, assuming I’d continue to make smoothies as I did at home. I didn’t use it once and ended up donating it a couple months later. On the flip side, we bought a Crock-Pot a month into our trip because our camper didn’t have an oven, and we ended up using it three to four nights a week. We could plug it in outside and let it simmer all day. It was, surprisingly, one of our most useful kitchen tools, even though we’d rarely used one at home.
Pedata RV Sales is a locally owned, full-service recreational vehicle dealer offering recreational vehicle sales, maintenance, rentals, financing and extended warranties. In addition, Pedata is conveniently located just 5 minutes from Tucson International Airport in Arizona, making its “fly and buy” recreational vehicle sales program a quick and easy way to purchase a wide selection of new and used diesel pushers and other recreational vehicles even if you are out-of-state (outside of Arizona). Pedata offers you many RV Rentals. We have new and used recreational vehicles: motorhomes, travel trailers, fifth wheels and toy haulers for weekly or monthly rental. You can rent a comfortable and convenient recreational vehicle for a couple of days, a couple of weeks, or more. Whether for business or pleasure, Pedata has a recreational vehicle rentals to meet whatever your needs may be. See additional info on RV Dealers.
RV parking tricks : Determining what constitutes “level” inside an imperfectly constructed RV is an interesting trick. We used a carpenter’s level on our kitchen floor, in several directions, and on our table, and on the bedroom floor. Of course, none agreed! But we found a good compromise and then mounted some RV levels on the outside of the rig to give us a reasonable guess when we’re setting up.