Welcome to the Beginner’s Guide to RVing from RVtravel.com. The information we present here every Monday through Friday is for brand-new RVers – those in the market to buy their first RV and those who just purchased theirs. If you are an experienced RVer, this material may be too basic for you. This newsletter is funded primarily through advertising and voluntary subscription contributions from our readers. Thanks to all of you! Friday, December 18, 2020 If you did not get an email notifying you of this newsletter, sign up here to get one every time it is published. DID YOU MISS reading this morning’s RV Daily Tips Newsletter? Good stuff there . RVing Basics Protect your shore power plug from damage When not using your shore power plug, it’s possible your plug prongs could get bent. Tom Hart suggests this solution: “To save your plug from damage, get an adapter plug for your 30-amp or 50-amp power cord and use it when unplugging or storing your cord. These can save the plug-in end of your AC power cord from damage.” Thanks, Tom! Dump tanks at fairgrounds Looking for a place to dump your tanks? Check out county fairgrounds. Many have dump stations where you can dump inexpensively – sometimes for free. Check your tow hitch regularly Add checking your tow hitch to your walk-around-at-rest-stop inspection list. A funny noise could be a need for lubrication – or something far more sinister. Back Supporting Director Chair from Strongback Chair! The […]