The 6 Most Important Issues You Can Do To Winterize Your Vehicle
As April approaches, the calls to me begin stacking up from concerned RVers. I’m a mobile RV Tech and every spring I encounter the same question from RVers across the country – “What can I do to get my unit ready for camping season?” So I want to pass on some RV information and a few simple tips to, hopefully, save you some time and money and help you get your rig ready to roll!
You can roll on a liner or you can spray on a coating. We used a roller and you can’t tell it wasn’t sprayed on. Get some paint cleaner for preparation. You’ll need sand paper. You’ll need masking tape. You’ll need rollers and some disposable brushes. Then you’re ready for the paint itself.
If you warm your car up for five minutes when you start and you do that twice a day, that is 10 minutes of idling. If you do that 6 days a week it is equal to an hour of idling per week. Over the course of the winter, four months, it would be the equivalent of running your car for 16 hours. Can you ever imagine, letting your car idle for 16 hours?
I have found myself buying this timing gear set twice because of a mistake. Even though I was not ripped off by this scam, if I had been, I would be sitting here trying to get $38.00 for another gear set.
Study financial statements and see where your money is going. Compare months and years and look for seasonal changes. Try and make reasonably intelligent guesses as to future sales and expenses.
For generic car wraps, you can visit different additional info store and choose from hundreds of pre-designed graphics. Of course, you can also try your luck at sign shops or vehicle wrapping companies, as these establishments can help you create custom vinyl wraps that feature special designs to suit your preferences.
To the Islands! Okay, time to splurge. Go all out and book that early February vacation to Paradise. You know you will need it by time that the 17th measurable snowstorm plasters your driveway. Oh, by the way, no matter how much she thinks that the kids should come along, make arrangements with your parents to come and spend the week at your house. If the kiddies come down with the flu at least they will be in a familiar environment with adults who will spoil them rotten!
Well, there you have it – a few easy-to-do tasks that may well save you big bucks at the repair shop. So, strike out for the RV vacation you’ve always dreamed of and – HAVE FUN OUT THERE!