Seven Boneheaded RVing Mistakes Made

Take a look at some of these mistakes made by RVers… In this video I share some of my newbie RVing mistakes I made hoping to help others avoid them when they are starting out. We all make mistakes RVing.
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Fulltime RVing A few beginning mistakes and life at an RV park.Coming from mostly boondocking, I had a few things to learn about being hooked up without filling my water tank, etc.

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Do you have any tips for NEW RVers? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. I always leave the water regulator attached to the hose.
    I also leave the Y attached to the water regulator and hose.
    I have left a Y at the campground.
    I keep the fresh water hose in one compartment and the sewer flush hose in another compartment.
    My first trailer had 3 dump valves.
    The current trailer has only 2.
    I generally close the valves, but have left the cover dangling…
    Keep the trailer closed to keep campfire smoke out, too. No carpet! Roll vinyl flooring throughout-
    I always leave the refrigerator and freezer doors open when the trailer is stored.
    I have a travel trailer and a tonneau cover on the truck bed.
    The original fuse for the tongue jack on my trailer was a 30A 250VAC slow blow fuse. I could not find this fuse anywhere- no parts house- no internet source- so I called the jack manufacturer and they sent me 3 of the correct fuse at no charge. That is good customer service/exceeding the customer’s expectations. I would have gladly bought the fuses.

    • And no water dripping inside the storage compartment. Also don’t have to worry about little “critters” crawling inside the hose if they get into your storage compartment.

  2. I use 2 shorter RV water hoses with the regulator in the middle, that way I wont forget it when I disconnect the hose.

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