Good to know ... The tires!

Before each RV trip, be sure to tighten your RV's lug nuts and measure tire pressure to ensure your safety on the road.
Check the vehicle lug nuts to make sure they have not come loose. Driving with loose lug nuts is dangerous and can result in losing a wheel on the road.
It is also important to check the tire pressure of your recreational vehicle, as over-inflated tires can explode and cause you to be in an accident on the road. Under-inflated tires are also dangerous, creating control problems and creating more resistance on the road, which affects your gas mileage. Tire pressure changes as the temperature rises and falls, so if your RV has been in storage all winter, your tire pressure will have dropped significantly, creating dangerous and inefficient driving.