The day for your big RV trip is just around the corner and it’s time to start getting react of work and heading out dy for the road. Check the tires and brakes, check all the fluids, flush and fill the portable water, make sure all the appliances work, give the RV a good wash and cleaning so it’s ready to roll, pack and set the alarm to get up very early to get on the highway before morning traffic. Navigating city streets to get to the freeway adds even more to the “things to do” list.
A road trip is exciting but getting it ready is a lot of work and heading out not completely rested and stressed is no way to start a vacation. Sometime, especially if you store your RV in the driveway or on a pad in the back yard, you can’t even do all the preparations at home. If you have neighborhood restrictions about what you can and can’t do. You’ll have to drive somewhere else to get ready.