Your RV is both your home and your means of transportation. That means you have to follow home safety and vehicle safety at the same time. It may sound like a lot, but it isn’t. Keeping your RV safe is crucial to your health and security and is easier than you’d think it would be. All it takes is a little common sense.
Keeping the Burglars at Bay
Burglars operate under cover of darkness, so keep your RV well-lit. Something with a timer or motion detector would be ideal. Burglars will avoid RVs with dogs. Even a little one can make a lot of noise that can draw attention to an unwanted visitor. If you don’t want to invest in a dog, you can put up a "Beware of Dog" sign or rig up a barking motion detector. Security cameras work great for catching a burglar in the act. Even a decoy camera can make a burglar think twice before trespassing. Factory locks are a welcome mat for anyone with an easily duplicated key. Change them. Better yet, go for a keyless entry that can only be opened with a code. As always, keep your doors locked and valuables where they’re not easily seen. Keep especially vigilant at rest stops.
Plan your trip. You’re better off parking in a lot specifically for campers than squatting in a public parking lot. You’re driving an unusually heavy vehicle, so go a bit slower than you would in a car. When the RV is in motion, ensure everyone is wearing their seatbelt.
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