Since your RV doubles as your transportation and lodging during trips, an issue with any of its systems can lead to an unpleasant traveling experience. If your RV has been in even a minor collision, it’s always best to have a professional diagnose the true extent of the damage before you take it back on the road.
Have you been hesitant to bring in your RV for repairs because you don’t fully understand how a recent collision could’ve damaged certain systems? RV collisions can cause all sorts of problems that you wouldn’t necessarily expect. Remember, it’s always better to error on the side of caution, and have us check your vehicle just in case there’s a related issue.
Type A RVs are large vehicles that are tall enough without the usual air conditioner on top of them. This is why a common RV collision is running the air conditioner into low overhangs. Fortunately, an RV repair expert can fix it and help keep you cool.
When you clean your RV, do you clean the roof? The roof is susceptible to several environmental hazards, and the sun constantly beating down on it is doing you no favors. Be sure to keep the roof clean, and perhaps consider using a cover.
It’s important to remember that your RV is a large machine with lots of moving parts. Even if your recent collision was relatively minor, it’s still a good idea to bring it in for an inspection of the true extent of the damage so that we can immediately repair any damage to critical systems.