Regular RV upkeep can save you money and protect your RV investment, which is why we’re releasing our second installment of RV service videos. Subscribe to our Lazydays YouTube Channel and check back on our RV lifestyle blog for more maintenance tips.
RV TIre Maintenance tips
RV tire maintenance is incredibly important, as tire blowouts can be dangerous for drivers and can cause damage to the body of your RV. In addition to maintaining the manufacturer recommended tire pressure, you should also regularly check your tires for dry rot and curb damage.
rv fuel efficiency tips
Because of their size, RVs can use a lot of fuel, but by prioritizing fuel economy, you can save money and add years to the lifespan of your RV. The best ways to become more fuel efficient are by regularly changing your air filter, running cruise control and using overdrive as much as possible, avoiding excessive idling, maintaining tire pressure, checking oxygen sensors and driving at a lower speed.
RV FUel System Maintenance
Proper fuel system maintenance can prevent costly long-term problems. In diesel coaches, you’ll want to change the primary and secondary fuel filters once every 15,000 miles or every 12 months, whichever comes first. You can also prevent algae from clogging your filters by putting in a treatment when you’re parked for an extended amount of time, and by starting and running your RV for an hour or so every few months.
At Lazydays, our service department takes care of
, as well as interior
repairs and renovations. We have 50 RVDA-RVIA certified technicians, and our
service technicians average 14+ years of experience working on RVs, so you know
you’re in capable hands.