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A Guide To RV Service And Maintenance

Last updated 7 years ago

An RV is a big investment, and taking care of your new recreational vehicle is crucial to making the most of it. Fortunately, most motorhome sales companies also have RV service and repair. Your RV is an incredible workhorse. Carrying cargo, living space and all the amenities of home exerts extreme pressure on a vehicle. Regular service and maintenance minimizes strain to the engine and other components. Here are some things to consider:

Vehicle Maintenance

Your RV is a vehicle and needs to be maintained like any other one. This means checking the oil and other fluids, brakes, and tires. Keep up with regularly scheduled RV service as advised by your owner’s manual

Auxiliary Systems Maintenance

Your RV has a sewage (black water) tank, a generator and a separate fuel tank for cooking. These systems need to be checked periodically to make sure they function as intended and that the parts aren’t worn or broken.

Exterior Maintenance

Keeping the roof over your head watertight is also important. Inspect the roof and panel seams of your motorhome for gaps or cracks that could let in air, insects or other debris. If you find any issues, talk to your local RV service center about repair options.

You have made a huge investment in your new or used RV. Maintenance and regular service will help you get the most out of it while you own it and keep its value high if you decide to sell it in the future. If you think something may be wrong, or simply want to schedule preventative maintenance, make an appointment with your local RV service.

In Las Vegas, Johnnie Walker RV is your best choice for service and repairs. We pride ourselves on excellent service both before and after the sale. Call us at (702) 529-2194 to schedule your RV service appointment today!


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