Beyond the essential equipment for keeping your RV rolling down the road safely, RVillage members also rely upon these tips & tools for personal & RV safety.
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Weather and wildfire safety
When traveling in an RV, watching the weather and keeping an eye out for wildfires is imperative for your safety. RVillage members share their tips & favorite tools in this RVoices post: Weather & Wildfire Safety for RVers.
See more ideas for where to keep fire extinguishers in your rig & toad.
Smoke, CO (carbon monoxide) and propane detectors: here's a suggested schedule for changing the batteries.
What's in your first aid kit? Here are some lists. Add yours!
Locks: Did you know?:
You may also want to use lock hitches.
Some RVers use security cameras:
RVillagers have a few ideas to share. Add yours!
Alarms: A couple of suggestions.
Refer to this group for more in-depth discussions on self-protection.
Safety & security while boondocking
- Safety tips for boondocking
- RVillagers discuss whether it's safe to leaving your rig parked in the boondocks while going out exploring.
Join these RVillage groups to ask questions and learn, or add your own tips!
- Protecting Yourself and Your RV
- Why Didn't I Think of That? Tips and Tricks
- RV Education 101
- Road Warnings
Safety equipment for your RV
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Disclaimer: The information gathered here is compiled from the posts and opinions of RVillagers, and not of RVillage itself. RVillage assumes no responsibility for any inaccuracies or omissions.
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