After 26 months of being full-time RVers exploring the country, we have been noticing some of our everyday items we not only use but also need have begun to wear and tear. We personally have gone through quite a few sewer hoses due to so much use. One huge tip after full timing we can share is to have extra supplies of your most used items for emergencies.
It does not matter if you are a new RVer, full-time RVer like us or a weekend warrior. Nothing worse than something breaking down while you are out adventuring (trust me we know)! Although some campgrounds might have a convenience store their prices are usually double or even worst the campground doesn’t have a convenience store and the closest store with RV parts is not very close.
Traveling with extra supplies will give you peace of mind because you will always feel prepared. We are super excited to share with you what we have found to be perfect for us at literally the perfect time! Road & Home put together a GREAT Ready For The Road Checklist make sure to check out all the items on their list. If you are a new RVer this is something I wish I would have had when we began our journey!
Make sure you also check out the video below showing you everything in our new Road & Home backpack and Luis even gives us a quick demo on where and how to use the parts. If you are new in the RV world you will find this video very useful!
Something super awesome about Road & Home products is that you can pick them up at Lowe’s, Menards or order off Amazon! They have a whole line of products make sure you check them out right here. Something we learned and we had no idea about was the 90-degree elbow adapter. We could have saved ourselves several water hoses if we had used one of these when we first purchased our RV!
We are extremely impressed with this checklist and highly recommend checking it out no matter if you are a newbie or a seasoned RVer!
Do not forget to check out our unboxing and Luis’s demos below:
1st Class RV Adventures want to extend a huge thanks to Jones Stephens for sponsoring this blog post and sending us a backpack of supplies including most of the items from their Ready for the Road Checklist. Our review and endorsement of these products are entirely our own.