It is time for you to plan that RV camping trip stretching to the far ends in the U.S, leaving the scorching summer heat behind. Yes! It is fall, the nights are getting cooler and the leaves are starting to change their shades. Although fall adds comfort and color to your travel plans, getting behind the RV steering wheel without preparation can put you in a pickle! Sure, you would not want that, and neither do we. That is why we have a few easy-to-follow suggestions to make the fall RV trip the best experience you have ever had.
Rv-ing offers enough opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. And since you are planning to be as outdoorsy as you can, picking the fall season for the trip is a great idea. But, DO NOT leave behind your winter clothing. Remember that fall is the prelude to winter, and the temperature is supposed to drop as the days pass. You might be a week on the road before you feel cold, or may be just a day (depending on where you are going). So, bring those jackets, sweatshirts, gloves along and be safe for the trip.
Colder environments are not very friendly to your engines and batteries. Every time you take your RV on the fall trip, the battery has to muster up more electricity (than required in the summer) to warm up the cold engine. So, keeping your battery in an okay condition should be your priority. You can check your battery terminal, give it a thorough clean up, or take it to the professionals if need be for a safe and problem-free trip.
As the temperature starts to get chilly on the trip, you would favor staying inside your RV more and more Make it comfortable inside by hanging drapes, Styrofoam or curtains on the windows to block the cold, using rugs for keep the floor warm and hanging blankets between you and your RV cockpit to keep the warm air contained.
Your RV travel experience in the fall season would be different from the tourist-packed summer months. There would be no crowd, no queues, no more races for claiming parking spots. A setting for the perfect travel experience, right! Well, it is, but only with the right preparation. So, keep the suggestions in mind and get ready for the RV trip of your life.