Tires are one of the most important items on an RV.
When we check our car tires we tend to only look at tire pressure and tread depth, RV tires don't go as many miles as a car so it is unlikely that the tread will worn down in the useful life of the tire, all tires have a life expectancy regardless of miles, and it is critical to check the date code of the tire and replace after 5 to 7 years.
Once a month you want to check tires for proper inflation, uneven wear, bulges and cracking.
Tires will deteriorate faster with more sunlight and lack of use, so keep tires covered and drive the RV once a month to keep the chemical compounds in the tires fresh.
when it is time to replace tires, go with a name brand with a good warranty, I have seen that Michelin tires wear out faster than any other RV tire and they cost much more than similar tires.
Rv's are machines and they need to be used from time to time.
During an inspection I can easily spot a coach that has sat for a long time and then all the inherit problems that occur because of that.
Once a month drive the RV for 15 minutes or more, run the generator and all conditioners for the same time, test and run faucets and flush toilet, raise all vent covers and turn on all fans.
Check smoke and CO detectors as well as fire extinguishers and any other safety equipment
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