Check the pressure of all tires and check for dry rot. Cover any tires that will be exposed to the elements.
Remove any batteries. Store the batteries in an area that is not subjected to the elements. Periodically test and charge the batteries if needed.
Make sure to remove all perishable items from any cabinets, refrigerators, or other parts of the vehicle.
Turn off refrigerators. Verify that all power sources are off.
Turn off supply valves and appliances. Keep any vents open. If stored for an extended period, make sure to inspect your propane system before use!
Open rooftop vents to circulate air. This helps prevent mold and mildew.
Place covers over your vehicle—especially over furniture—for an added layer of protection against dust and grime.
When your RV is “Inside” RV INDOOR, it is protected against the harsh and extreme Oklahoma weather. SUN can be very DAMAGING to the roof, fiberglass gel coat, paint, tires, rubber moldings, and caulking.
No “COOKING” of your interior or damage to window treatments, tints, coverings, woods, upholstery, and fabrics due to excessive heat from the sun.