1. Check tire pressure and tread depth.
Proper tire maintenance is crucial for safety. Check the tire pressure regularly, including the spare tire, and ensure they have adequate tread depth for safe driving.
2. Inspect and clean the roof.
Regularly inspect your camper's roof for cracks, damage, or leaks. Clean it to prevent the accumulation of dirt and debris that can lead to water damage.
3. Test all electrical systems.
Ensure that all interior and exterior lights, outlets, and appliances are functioning correctly. Replace any faulty components.
4. Examine the brakes and wheel bearings.
Inspect the brakes for wear and tear, and ensure the wheel bearings are properly lubricated to prevent overheating and damage.
5. Lubricate hinges, locks, and sliders.
Apply lubricant to hinges, locks, and sliders to prevent rust and ensure smooth operation.
6. Inspect and seal windows and doors.
Check for any gaps or cracks around windows and doors and repair or reseal as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
7. Check for water leaks.
Inspect the interior for signs of water damage, such as stains or soft spots, and trace the source of any leaks to repair them promptly.
8. Clean and sanitize the freshwater system.
Regularly clean and sanitize the freshwater tank, pipes, and fixtures to ensure the water remains safe for consumption.
9. Test and service the propane system.
Inspect propane lines and connections for leaks and ensure all propane appliances are working correctly. Service the system as needed.
10. Inspect and clean the furnace and air conditioner.
Check the furnace for proper operation and clean or replace filters as required. Clean and maintain the air conditioner to ensure efficient cooling.