Disaster Preparedness In An RV – Part 1

Disaster Preparedness In An RV – Part 1

No one wants to think about disasters when they get on the road, especially if their trip is a long-awaited, much-anticipated vacation. But the fact of the matter is, when you’re living in an RV—be it for a limited vacation, and lengthy one, or even as a full time venture—it becomes your home for however long you’re in it. So you need to be prepared for any eventuality.

Insulating In-Deck and Under-Seat Storage

Insulating In-Deck and Under-Seat Storage

One of the things I discovered was that underneath the front deck, behind the center bench of the U-shaped dinette, is a BUNCH of wasted space. Wasted, because it’s covered beneath a permanently affixed top surface, which I first started eyeing because that surface is clearly too thin and flimsy to support much. I realize that in regular camping concepts, it wouldn’t need to support much. But in a fulltime living situation, every single space must earn its keep.