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Top RV Camping mistakes to avoid

RV campers or Camping trailers are an amazing thing to know, especially if you love camping and regularly go out for camping trips with your friends of family. An RV Camper or Camping trailer is one of the most preferred camping equipment or items for camping lovers and is also the one which is the most practical to spend upon. But a lot of RV campers make some common mistakes which can dull the fun.  These mistakes must be avoided to make the most of your RV camping trip. This is why; we have come up with a list of the top RV camping mistakes to avoid:

Not moving the chocks of wheels

One of the most common mistakes which campers tend to make with their RVs or camping trailers is not moving the wheel chocks away from the wheels.  Ofcourse, this is an understandable mistake since who wants to remove the chock before heading out in the trailer but it is important to do so to avoid not being able to move the vehicle at all.

Being connected while trying to drive away

It is common for RV campers and camping trailer owners to connect power, water supply, sewer etc. at their camping spot but what is more common is not disconnecting these supplies before driving away.  Not only is this an embarrassing mistake but is also that can prove dangerous sometimes.

Buying a very huge RV when you don’t need it

Buying a very huge camping trailer or RV when you don’t need it is another common mistake which one must avoid.  Not only is this an expensive mistake but huge sized Camping vans etc. can be difficult to park, difficult to drive and may also weigh a lot.  Also, these may need a lot more fuel, may need more time to clean and maintain and may not prove worthy of the money you spend on it. Double D trailers come in many varieties and sizes and may just prove amazing for you.

Not using the RV enough

Well what could be a bigger RV mistake than buying it but not using it enough? A camping trailer parked a home or in the garage does not look good and may not be doing you any good. It is better not to buy such an expensive vehicle if you do not plan on using it. Try to go on atleast one camping trip every few weeks to make the most of the vehicle.

Not paying attention to safety

A camping trailer or an RV van are superb vehicles to own and may offer you a lot of fun and enjoyment but at the same time, it is very important to pay attention to your safety as well. Always make sure you carry a medical kit, a fire extinguisher and other safety items when camping on a trailer because not all camps provide these emergency items.  Carry enough water, comfortable mattresses, extra batteries and enough fuel.