At M & R Motors in Wichita Falls, we know how important it is to ensure that your camper is always reliable and ready for action. We help you travel safely, and we are very proud to be part of the Wichita Falls Waterproofing Team because we believe that RV tips are the best way to help motorhome owners.
We have a team that ensures that your engine runs smoothly by checking oil, brake fluid and transmission fluid to ensure they are all filled and ready for use. We repair and maintain petrol and diesel (large and small) Rv's, we have the team on site to repair, maintain and replace tires so you know when they need to be replaced again. Light monitors are not the first thing you think of before you travel with a motorhome, but they usually contain a good amount of oil and brake fluids as well as gear fluids and oil.
Bring your motorhome to M & R Motors for all repair and maintenance needs and make an appointment to have it serviced before you leave. If you have any questions, just come to the store and call us at (713) 888 - 567 - 4357 or call our office. Getting into a scuffle is a holiday adventure, and if it's a rolling one, don't risk a detour on your next holiday.
We recommend that you follow our procedures for the maintenance of your motorhome and take it to M & R Motors in Wichita Falls for the winter. Our team of professionals will do everything in our power to keep your RV off the road and feel comfortable on the way to your next destination. If you are using your trailer to a significant extent, its brakes should be checked and serviced before departure.
The wiring should ensure that all wiring is clean and protected from moisture, as well as all electrical wiring and sockets and switches.
All connection points should be lubricated periodically to allow free movement of the coupling and couplings. Check that all couplings remain attached to the trailer and that the coupling between the rev counter and the camper, as well as all couplings and their connections, are secured. Check all emergency kits in the camper to make sure you have a well-stocked first aid kit, a working fire extinguisher and an emergency kit that should contain at least a pair of gloves and a water bottle, as well as a small amount of water. Make sure you have a LP monitor (warning system) that warns you if there is a gas leak in your camper.
Find the right tyre pressure for your motorhome or motorhome and make sure you tow safety including a spare tyre. All tyres should be of the same type, size and design and should not mix preload with radial tyres.
Exposing yourself to the icy weather without preparation can be detrimental to the camper, but if you take care of it, it is little to no problem. The only way to deter breakdowns on the road is to service your motorhome with high-quality spare parts from professional mechanics. These are some basic tips to provide you with a safe camper or camper.
In fact, some devices work with both electricity and gas, so you can switch back and forth. Since the racing season is primarily the warmest months and the oven is not used very well, you can use a LP system to light the refrigerator, stove, oven and water heater. The gas is sold in liquid form and stored in a storage tank in your coach in special compartments accessible only to you, but not to other motorhome owners.
You can expect to use a few gallons of LP per week for heating, cooking, cooling, heating when it is cold, and operating the oven. To raise awareness, I have decided to add a link to a great article about LP and its use in camper heating and cooling.
When driving on the motorway, always stick to the speed limit and keep a good distance from your vehicle, your camper needs more space to brake. When you come off an off-ramp, slow down to a standstill as soon as you reach it, to avoid having to brake suddenly. Vehicles and campers are less prone to skidding than cars due to their lower centre of gravity, but are much harder to control when they skidded. A breakdown in a car, truck or SUV is no fun and can be a nightmare.