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Work Out the Bugs with a Pre-season Road Trip

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RV service centres see it all too often. It’s mid-July, a gorgeous sunny day, and an unhappy camper is pulling their RV in for an unexpected service appointment, mid-vacation.

The first trip of the year is often when issues arise, after an RV has been in storage all winter-long. So how do you prevent unexpected problems from ruining your vacation? After you’ve de-winterized and done your spring maintenance, we recommend taking a pre-season road trip.

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How to De-winterize your RV

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Depending on where you live in Canada, you may either be enjoying early blossoms or still digging out from piles of snow. Regardless of your current situation, RV season isn’t far off, and it’s time to start thinking of getting your RV ready for the upcoming season.

Pink and purple flowers blooming along interstate highway as trailer drives by

De-winterizing is an important task of reversing the winterizing process you went through in the fall, and getting your RV back in working order. You do not want to leave this to the last minute. Rushing to get it done the day before you’re set to leave can leave you frustrated and unable to travel if you run into problems. We recommend de-winterizing your RV as soon as your area’s climate allows, or at least three to four weeks before your scheduled departure. Continue reading