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Eight Tips for Getting Ready for RV Season
• Change the transmission fluid and filter.
• Flush the water system.
• Inspect the tires. Check for cracks, worn treads and correct tire pressure.
• Check all lights. Make sure headlights, taillights, brake lights and turn signals are all functioning properly.
Prepare for a safe season. After checking all mechanical components, it’s always a good idea to inspect your safety equipment. This means installing new batteries in flashlights and smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and restocking the first-aid kit.
Check your coverage. After making these routine checks, don’t forget to review your rv insurance policy to make sure it meets your current needs. Progressive, for example, has been insuring RVers for more than 25 years and understands their needs and wants, so it has developed specialized coverages that offer true protection.
It covers more than other companies that simply add RVs onto an existing auto policy.
For more information about specialized RV insurance coverages, visit progressiveagent.com
Did You Know?
After RVers make routine checks, they should review their rv insurance policy to make sure it meets current needs. Progressive, for example, has developed specialized coverages that offer true protection, much more than other companies that simply add RVs onto an existing auto policy.