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post Oct 2 2012, 10:35 AM
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One more trip before we close down our Class C for the winter. We have read a lot of information on "how to" and tips from charcoal to absorb moisture, drier sheets in drawers, moth balls, etc.

Looking for additional info from "seasoned" RVers like yourselves smile.gif

- We assume we have to drain everything in holding tanks (fresh water, grey & black water) and are aware of the antifreeze addition.


- Keep refrigerator doors open

- Remove ALL food ... what about dishes, sheets/blankets, etc.?

- disconnect house battery?

- anything we need to do to generator?

- amount of fuel to keep in tank? We were advised to run generator once a month for 30 min. and drive vehicle a little to prevent "flat" spots on tires

- propane in tank?

Anything else? Thank you for your help

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post Oct 2 2012, 05:29 PM
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My husbands dream is Arizona but I am still working sad.gif. Is there a particular reason people cover their RV's and tires? We really like the idea of moving it once a month to prevent the flat spots on the tires. We live in NW Ohio so sometimes our winters can be bad; except for last year when it was very mild.

REally appreciate the input so far.....keep them coming please
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