Beyond a basic hand tool kit, there are some helpful tools and gear that you don’t want to leave home without. From tools that will make tire changing quick and painless, to DIY supplies that will help you salvage your vacation and get you back to the dealership for a permanent fix, we’re sharing the specialized gear you should add to your RV tool kit. Start with a basic hand tool kit, and then add in our suggestions below.
This fall, after you’ve done your inspection, repairs, and cleaning and are ready to store your RV for the winter, the best next step is to cover it up. If your RV normally spends the season exposed to the elements, we think it’s time to explore the many benefits of investing in an RV cover.