General - Frequently Asked Questions

While it’s possible to store your RV outdoors without a cover, it’s generally recommended to use a cover to protect it from the elements, UV rays, and potential damage. A cover helps to preserve the appearance and condition of your RV’s exterior.

Regular maintenance of the RV’s exterior involves cleaning and washing the exterior surfaces, inspecting for any damage or leaks, and applying protective coatings or sealants as recommended by the manufacturer. Regularly checking and maintaining the condition of the roof is also important.

Yes, towing a car or trailer behind an RV is possible and commonly done. This is known as “dinghy towing” or “toad towing.” However, it’s essential to ensure that your RV has the towing capacity and proper equipment to safely tow another vehicle.

Fuel efficiency can vary significantly depending on the size and type of RV. On average, larger motorhomes (Class A) have lower fuel efficiency, ranging from 6 to 10 miles per gallon (mpg), while smaller motorhomes (Class B and C) and towable RVs may achieve 10 to 18 mpg.

While RVs are designed to withstand various weather conditions, extreme temperatures or severe storms can pose challenges. Proper insulation, heating, and cooling systems, along with appropriate storm preparedness, are crucial for comfortable living in extreme weather.

Yes, you can certainly boondock or camp off-grid with an RV, and it’s a popular choice among adventurous travellers. Boondocking, also known as dry camping, involves staying in locations without traditional campground hookups, such as water, electricity, or sewer connections. Off-grid camping allows you to enjoy remote and scenic destinations, often free or at a lower cost than established campgrounds. To do this, your RV should be equipped with the necessary amenities and technology, such as solar panels, a generator, and large fresh water and wastewater tanks, to sustain you comfortably for an extended period. Boondocking locations can range from public lands like national forests and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) areas to scenic wilderness spots. It’s an excellent way to experience nature, find solitude, and escape the crowds while maintaining the comfort and convenience of your RV. However, it’s important to practice responsible and Leave No Trace camping to preserve these beautiful places for future generations.