Owning an RV truly brings great pleasure in life as evidenced by the fact that there are more than nine million RV owners in the United States, according to a report published by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association in 2017. However, as any seasoned traveler would know, a smooth travel is a well-planned one.
If you intend to go on a vacation with an RV, this vehicle will be the center of your life during that time period. Failure to take care of it properly can lead to a breakdown. Then, you will be forced to spend your time having repairs done instead of vacationing.
To prevent such a scenario, here are the things you need to inspect before hitting the road.
Overinflated and underinflated tires are two of the most common defects in RVs. Unfortunately, they are also some of the most dangerous. Tire failures can cause accidents. Over inflation can cause uneven tread wear and may cause a blowout if the tires get hot. Meanwhile, under-inflation allows the tire to bend more as they spin. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2vir7ew