Use services like the NOAA Weather Radar Live app and Weather High-Def Radar app to track inclement weather in the days before your trip and adjust your itinerary or route as needed to avoid high winds, storms, or extreme temperatures.
Plan your trip in advance with a useful online tool like RVTrip Wizard.com, which uses your RV-specific data to help you plan RV-friendly routes, find campgrounds, plan fuel stops, and track your trip budget.
Avoid maintaining consistent light pressure on the brake pedal for long periods, as it will create constant friction, which can cause your brakes to overheat and become squishy, and they won’t work properly when needed.
When you park on hot days, use window shades and/or turn your steering wheel 180 degrees so the part of the wheel you hold to drive is shielded from the sun.
Apply window tint film to your RV skylight and windows to reduce solar heat gain and UV rays while increasing privacy inside your RV.
Use external window shades on your RV’s windshield to reduce the solar heat gain streaming into your RV.