Savvy Travels – 6 Essentials To Equip Your RV With Before Hitting The Road

When packing for your next road trip, make sure you don’t miss any of the essentials. If you are taking an RV, you have to plan everything you pack to ensure it’s comfortably organized. Check out these tips on how to maximize your space with clever equipment.

Travel Cooking Sets

We consider space to be a “happy limitation” when RV-ing. With this in mind, don’t take your bulky home cooking set. Instead, invest in the best cookware sets that can be packed tightly in your RV kitchen cabinets. These come in many durable forms, including cast iron that you can use on an outdoor fire as well as on a cooktop. Versatility is king.

Parking Essentials

As unglamorous as this sounds, you need to plan where to park your RV. You can’t set up shop anywhere, and you need to be able to fit into many different sized parking spaces. Make sure you practice safe maneuvering skills before you set off. Then pack your leveling blocks. If your RV isn’t level, many things won’t work or will operate out of ideal parameters. There’s no fun in that!

Storage

Modern technology has brought us thousands of innovative products that contribute to safer and more convenient off-road experiences. The problem is: where do you put all that gear? The last thing you want is a ton of junk flying around your vehicle when you’re off the blacktop, so ensuring you have the right storage solutions in place is a must. From sophisticated roof-mountable storage pods to a simple length of piping secured with lockable PVC end caps, there’s no end to the inventive methods you can use to keep your stuff safe and secure.

Prepare For Emergencies

Although you can’t rent a mechanic to be on call for your road trip, you can make sure you pack your RV with basic tools, and your brain with an understanding of how to use them. This will be invaluable if something unexpected happens. Here are some things to pack in your emergency kit: a whistle, flashlight, tire pressure gauge, extension cords, and jumper cables. Consider adding extra insurance that offers roadside assistance if you feel your mechanical knowledge leaves a lot to be desired.

First Aid Kits

On the topic of emergencies, you also need to ensure you have a fully stocked first aid kit to take care of any injuries that occur on the road. If you are out in the desert or deep in the woods, a doctor may not be readily accessible. Pack extra flashlights and chargers so if you need to call for help, you’re ready. Flares and pylons are also necessary to help rescuers see you if you are in an isolated area.

Food and Water

If you are going to pack all of your food rather than buy it on the way, making a meal plan is crucial. Arming yourself with pre-planned recipes will eliminate the guessing game of what to cook on the road. Water is just as critical. If you are heading to a campsite that doesn’t have running water, make sure you fill up before you leave. For extra credit, keep an airtight container filled with non-perishable items such as beef jerky, trail mix, and protein bars in case an emergency sees you stuck in the wild for longer than intended.

Wherever you decide to go on your next RV trip, check your essentials to ensure you get to enjoy a more streamlined adventure. The less complicated your routine, the better your trip will be.

 

 

 

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