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Packing List for an RV Trip

Packing List for an RV Trip

One of the best ways to enjoy your trip is travelling in an RV. You can have everything you need with you, giving you comfort even if you’re far from home. This is one of the cheaper forms of travelling and provides more experience and engagement with nature. Read on to find some essentials you need to improve your RV packing list. 

 

Backup Generator 

Backup Generator

 

The built-in generators in most vehicles can run for days. However, it is essential to bring a backup. A lot can happen that may require you to bring a portable generator, especially if you are travelling for longer than just a long weekend. Portable generators are eco-friendly, and they ensure that you have extra power when you need it. 

 

Power Cords and WiFi

Power Cords and WiFi

 

WiFi should always count as essential wherever you travel to. It allows you to work on your PC while enjoying the road trip and to catch a movie while you’re just chilling out. Power cords are necessary and should be kept handy for charging your devices, especially when travelling with your family. 

 

Deodorant Wipes and Toilet Chemicals

 

Everyone becomes sweaty after outdoor activities and becomes concerned about any potential odour emanating from their body. Body wipes help you clean up any threats of possible scents for more comfort. The same principle applies to toilets. RV toilets are small and using cleaning gels helps keep the RV bathroom smelling fresh. 

 

Wheel Blocks and Levellers

Wheel Blocks and Levellers

 

Wheel blocks and levellers are essential to ensure you are not spending your time worrying about the state or placement of your RV. Wheel blocks will help keep the vehicle in place and minimize its shaking when moving around the cabin.

 

Levellers keep the vehicle level, which will give you a comfortable sleep. Also, if your RV is not balanced, some appliances may not function properly. 

 

Emergency Road Gear

Emergency Road Gear

 

You can’t be too prepared for a road trip. However, you should always pack gear that will be put to good use if you have an accident. Whether you travel in a car or a Recreational Vehicle, accidents are bound to occur. These include wheel punch, getting hurt in one of the activities or maybe vehicle battery issues. 

 

To prepare for such incidents, you must carry some emergency gear at all times. This gear includes jumper cables, a first-aid kit, a tire pressure gauge, a spare wheel, a water pressure regulator and any other essentials you think you may need. 

 

Motion Sickness Patch

Motion Sickness Patch

 

Motion sickness is pretty common, especially if you are on long road trips. Spending a lot of time throwing up takes the fun out of the road trip. If you are always the victim of motion sickness, these patches can help you avoid being constantly nauseated, and then you can enjoy the trip freely. 

 

Conclusion

 

Apart from the obvious necessities, such as pots and plates, people tend to forget the other essential tools they may need when travelling in an RV. On your trip, don’t forget to bring all the important gear, such as an emergency kit and medicine. Don’t forget to pack up some toilet paper and camping chairs, and pack up your camera to capture the memorable moments of your outdoor activities. 

 

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