RV road-tripping is becoming increasingly popular across Australia — and for a good reason. The country is massive and showcases some impressive destinations that would be difficult to access on a bus or a train. So, exploring Australia is more of a drive-your-own-vehicle affair. Moreover, being able to drive anywhere is a liberating freedom that will refresh your mind.
A recreational trip, however, is not as simple as choosing a place, getting on the first vehicle available and hoping for the best. You cannot expect a smooth vacation if you do not mix in some practicality with your wanderlust. As such, here are some things you should add to your RV prep checklist.
A Roof-Top Boat Loader
An RV road trip is, in essence, a camping trip on wheels — and what camping trip is complete without a roof-top tinny? By taking the time to prepare a boat loader, you can manage the roof top tinny more easily and create extra storage room in the process.
An RV Canopy
An RV canopy is crucial to your comfort and convenience on the road trip. It basically serves as your tent when you decide to stop at an RV camp or elsewhere. You’ll be happy to have brought it once you get the chance to enjoy the outdoor environment unobstructed by RV walls — no one’s going to be stuck lounging around in the RV on this trip!
MFI Service Bodies designs their RV canopies to harmonise with the contours of a vehicle. They also make sure that their canopies are weather and dust proof. Keep the same factors in mind for an RV canopy and you can maximise its use throughout your trip and on future ones.
A Roof-Top Sleeper
To complement your RV canopy, have a sleeper that you can quickly set up for a good night’s rest. After all, what’s the use of relaxing during your time off if you’ll just be lying miserably on a cold, hard surface at night?
A little uncertainty in your adventure is the spice of life. Before you switch to vacation mode and get started, however, take a little time to prepare what you could potentially need. It is for your own comfort and pleasure, after all.