Ready to roll off the lot with your new RV? Here are a few accessories you’ll need to make sure your camping experience goes as well as possible:
- Stabilization Equipment—Sadly, many campsites you’ll use over the years aren’t quite level, and walking around an RV that’s not level can be pretty disorienting. Some RV’s have stabilizing jacks or auto-leveling built in. Even in that case, it’s good to have some pads under these points to spread the pressure out a bit and prevent sinking into soft ground.
- Wheel Chocks—Once you’re in place, these will make sure you stay in place.
- Surge Protection and a Water Pressure Regulator—Two different utilities that can damage your RV. The voltage and water pressure at campgrounds can vary wildly. These will ensure neither will ruin your RV’s systems.
- Water Softener—As noted above, water quality varies across different campgrounds and RV parks. This is an easy way to remove hard minerals from the water. Bonus points if you get a water filter.
- Propane Tank Monitors—Again, some RVs have this built-in. The last thing you want to happen after a long drive and set up of your camper at the campground is to realize you’re out of propane. If you’re fancy, this particular monitor uses Bluetooth.To help save some time and avoid unnecessary stops, it might be worth your while to have some extra propane tanks on hand. Feel free to check out our wide selection of RV propane tank accessories.
- Sewer Hose Kit—Not much to say here…
- RV Cover—Protect your RV from the elements (and protect its resale value at the same time)
Beyond these essentials, we have everything you need to accessorize and personalize your RV, inside and out.
Check out our Parts and Accessories site to browse our selection!