Things You Can do While You Wait for Your New RV

Things You Can do While You Wait for Your New RV

November 4, 2022
Things You Can do While You Wait for Your New RV

If you have recently purchased an RV or plan to soon, there are a few things you can do while you wait.


Research RV Must-Have Products

Researching for RV must-haves can be a fun way to past the time during the winter months. For recommendations on must-haves to purchase before you hit the road contact your RV dealer – Earlton RV of course ?, to see what’s included with your new RV and what are the top items you’ll need to add. We can help you find all the parts and accessories you’ll need to be ready once RV season is back on!


Get Familiar with RV Trip Planning

Planning a road trip in your RV is different than planning a regular road trip. There are many things to include on your to-do list, such as checking your RV, packing the necessities, finding a campsite, and making sure the road you are taking is RV-friendly. Thankfully, we recommend great travel destinations on our blog and there are great RV trip planning resources, such as Go RVing Canada.


Make a List of Places You Wish to Visit

This is the most fun thing to do – dreaming about the list of places you wish to visit in your RV and making them a reality! Do you want to discover your own province, or do you want to visit more of Canada? Make your list and plan your RV trips around it.


Follow Your Favourite RV Dealership for Tips

Your RV dealership is a great place to get tips from experienced and knowledgeable RV enthusiast, plus they can service, inspect, winterize, summarize, store your RV and much more!


Earlton RV is always with you, on and off the road!


On Key

Related Posts

Mother’s Day Gift ideas for RV Moms

Surprise your RV loving mom with the perfect gift this Mother’s Day. Our top picks for giftable RV parts and accessories are sure to upgrade her RVing experience. She’ll be thanking you all summer long! 

E-Bikes: A Boomer’s Guide

What’s all the fuss about E Bikes? You see them everywhere, even in high end bike shops that sell ultra-sophisticated feather-light road racers that can cost $10,000 and up.

Cookie Collection & Updated privacy commitment

We have updated our privacy commitment and are now collecting cookies to provide you with ads tailored to your interest across the internet. For more information about cookies and how to disable cookies, visit our privacy commitment. Learn more