Tips to Stay Safe on Your Next RV Journey
1. SLOW DOWN
Take all turns slowly and make sure you take wider turns when turning right.
2. ALLOW SPACE
It takes longer to accelerate and stop in a motorhome, so keep a three- to four-seconds following distance between you and the vehicle ahead of you.
3. FILL ’ER UP
Inflating your tires to the recommended pressure provides better grip on the road. Check your tire pressure regularly and ensure all maintenance is up to date.
4. KNOW YOUR HEIGHT
Know your height and the maximum allowed by tunnels, bridges, parkades, and overpasses.
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