Recreational vehicles require all the standard maintenance of your car, truck or SUV plus a whole lot more. After all, an RV is more than just a vehicle; it can be an office, kitchen, hotel, safe room, readers nook, vacation cottage and for many it is the place they call home. There are three basic types of maintenance for your RV: preventive maintenance, scheduled maintenance and emergency maintenance. Preventative care and maintenance can keep costly repairs to a minimum.
Since an RV is larger and heavier than your automobile, its not just the chassis you need to be concerned about, it’s your entire house sitting on top of the chassis. An RV requires more preventive maintenance than an automobile, so before you take your next trip put some time aside to perform some preventive maintenance. It could be the difference between a safe and enjoyable trip and a costly disastrous one. To help make the chore of checking out your RV a little easier, come in to Northport Spring & Brake and we will take care of it for you.
Northport Spring & Brake recommends you come in every year to change engine oil and filters, get the chassis lubed, perform generator service, and check air filters, air system, coolant & transmission oil. In addition, it is recommended that you check your brakes and tires each time you go out.