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Your RV travel to-do list

Your RV travel to-do list

We’re lucky to live in a country filled with spectacular landscapes, towering mountain ranges, rugged coastlines, lakes, beaches and more. And travelling cross-country in an RV is one of the best ways to see everything Canada has to offer.

Read our checklist before you head out on your RV adventure, so you’ll be all set for a smooth ride.

1. Make sure you have the right coverage

Depending on the type of RV, it may be insured under your home insurance or your auto insurance. Check with your insurance agent before you hit the road to make sure you’re properly protected.

2. Do a little planning

Outline some of the places you want to visit, explore and eat as you travel from point A to point B. It’s nice to have the freedom to switch things up as needed—but having a general plan means you can relax and enjoy your trip without missing a thing. GoRVing.ca is a great resource to help you find Canadian campsites with the right water, sewer, and power hookups.

3. Bring along the comforts of home

Pack everyday items, so you don’t have to buy them along the way. Here are some of the basics:

  • Dishes
  • Cookware and kitchen tools
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Non-perishable food items
  • RV toilet paper
  • Linens and a first-aid kit
  • Batteries and flashlights

4. Keep up with regular maintenance

Don’t forget your RV maintenance—the last thing you want is to breakdown on your trip. Clean the air conditioning filters regularly, drain the air from air brake tanks, change the engine and generator oil, have the brakes adjusted, check the air, fuel, coolant and hydraulic filters and more. Be sure to wash and inspect the exterior of the RV and check the tire pressure, brakes, and battery fluid levels before you head out.

For more information

RV trip planning
Quarterly RV maintenance
Great family camping destinations across Canada

Desjardins Insurance recommends using caution and consulting with experts with respect to the proper use, installation and storage of any products referred to herein. It is also recommended that you always consult the owner's manual and follow the manufacturer's instructions and guidelines with respect to the use, installation and storage of such products.

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