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RV102 - Preventive Maintenance

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This course RV102 – Preventive Maintenance, I will discuss the concept of what needs to be done on a regular basis. I recommend you do all of these, but I know some of you may not feel comfortable doing some of the tasks, like working on the electrical system and that is ok. Keep in mind this is for those new to RVing, so if you are a mechanic or an RV Tech this may seem very elementary to you, it is written that way intentionally, for example you will NOT find anything in here on how to lubricate wheel bearings, this is just for the newbies to get started in the beginnings of preventive maintenance.

Safety is always paramount, if you are not comfortable doing something then make sure you find (and pay if you must) someone who is comfortable and feels safe doing those checks.

You want to be able to use your RV without having to say bye to it for months at a time while it is being repaired, so doing the maintenance may help that to NOT happen.

As I’ve heard and talked to people, 80% of issues that happen in your RV can be handled by most people with a little learning and some tools.  If you’d like to be able to fix things in your RV, look at taking this self-study course from RV Tech Course, an approved course from National RV Training Academy (NRVTA): “80% of the problems we have with our RVs are Easy to Access and Easy to Fix if someone will just show us how”.  If you want to step up your RV maintenance to the next level, then take that course.