You have to be organized in order to stay in an RV. There isn’t an abundance of space and weight is a factor to watch, too. Most RVers keep checklists of things to remember to do and things to always have packed and at the ready. We found some useful checklists you may like to take a look at.
First Aid Supplies
You’ll need to be prepared for everything from burns to poison ivy when you are camping. This list is very inclusive and should cover just about everything you’ll need.
Trailer Equipment Needs
This list covers essentials such as an ax, fuses, fire extinguisher, pocket knife, tire pressure gauge, and wheel chocks. It is a long list and should prove to be very helpful.
This involves checking your windows, steps, and stabilizers. There are other things such as checking vehicle lights and checking for weight distribution.
These are the steps you need to take in order to get set-up the right way. It reminds you about the parking break, rear stabilizer jacks, and turning on the propane.
You want your tool box to be complete but you are also trying to keep extra weight down. This list is very detailed and usefull. It will be a big help to RVers.
There are lots of other lists to choose from. Check them out at:
RV Travel Checklists from Good Sam