1. Check all exterior panels for damage.
Inspect the exterior walls, roof, decals, and furniture for any damage. Make sure all cables and hoses are in good condition and that there is no evidence of water leakage or damage from animals or insects.
2. Inspect the exterior lights, doors, and windows for proper operation and secure closure.
Turn on the headlights, brake lights, and turn signals to ensure they are in full working order. Also, check that all doors open and close properly with no signs of wear or tear on the hinges. Make sure all windows close properly and there is no visible damage to any window seals.
3. Verify that the generator is in good working condition.
Check the oil, fuel, and all mechanical parts of the generator to ensure there are no leaks or other malfunctions. Make sure it starts up on its own without any difficulty.
4. Test all appliances such as the stove, refrigerator, microwave, furnace, and air conditioning.
Turn on each appliance and leave running for at least five minutes to ensure they are in good working condition. Check the thermostat on the furnace and make sure it is set correctly.
5. Check interior fixtures for any signs of damage or wear.
Inspect all interior furniture, walls, and flooring for any signs of wear or tear. Look for any items that may have been overlooked during the manufacturing process.
6. Ensure all cabinet doors open easily and close securely.
Check that all cabinet doors open and close properly with no sticking or squeaking. Make sure all the hardware is in good condition and securely fastened to the door frame.
7. Inspect seams around slide-outs to ensure they are properly sealed.
Inspect the seams around slide-outs for any gaps or signs of wear. Make sure there is no evidence of water leakage.
8. Perform a thorough test drive including acceleration, braking & steering capabilities.
Take the RV for a test drive to ensure it performs properly. Check the brakes, acceleration, and steering capabilities to make sure they are all in good working order.
9. Make sure there are no leaks at water lines or fixtures throughout the RV.
Examine all water lines and fixtures for any signs of leakage. Additionally, ensure that each faucet is functioning properly.
10. Confirm that roof vents, fans and skylights operate as intended.
Check all roof vents, fans, and skylights to make sure they open and close properly. Make sure there is no visible damage or signs of wear on any of these fixtures.