The RV Insider
5 Simple RV Security Systems to Have
Security is likely the last thing on your mind when you are RVing. Unfortunately, theft, break-ins, vehicle damage and other potential issues might occur on your RV trips. These few and affordable security items can increase the security in and around your RV.
For only $100 or so, you can get a dash cam that will record and store the footage to a card or on the cloud. It is practical to have a record of an accident or theft.
VPN for Mobile Devices
VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. Not only having a VPN helps to work on the road, but it also protects your identity and private data on your mobile device.
Indoor and Outdoor Motion Lights
Having indoor and outdoor motion lights help to keep your family and guests safe while keeping unwanted visitors away. It also can help going down the stairs and assist with night time trips to the bathroom.
You can get an inexpensive door alarm for less than $40 on Amazon that goes off as soon as the door is opened, or the lock is played with.
If you don’t have a dog, you can use a barking dog app to scare off an intruder or warn people to stay away. Most barking dog apps are free. It is quite an easy and affordable security tool!
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