I'm a solo RV traveller. I'm used to travelling by myself. I had a job involving travel during my career, and travelled a lot by myself. I have been RV'ing for four years. What kind of "safety" precautions do solos take?
One of mine is "gut feeling." If a park just gives me the "heebie jeebies," I'll just turn around and leave.
However, I am about to take a long trip, from WA to CA. I have never driven that far before in an RV, although I have done it in a car. I'm wondering..... Should I take a "blow up dummy" with me? Something? To make it look like someone is with me? Or should I just use the same instincts I use whenever I travel alone?
Just wondering what other "solos" do to keep safe. Oh, another thing, I try not to drive more than 300 miles a day. I don't have a relief driver, so that is my "safety" thing to not get too tired.
I keep telling myself, "I've done this in a car, it shouldn't be any different in an RV."